The 50th episode of this storied franchise has Ramin Nazer back for part two of the chat about life, creativity, art, culture, and staying productive. They share more Gallagher from June Lake Brewing.
Comedian and artist Ramin Nazer, author of Strippy Comics, drops by to share some beer from June Lake Brewing and chat about being creative, what inspires, and how to stay productive. A call to Matt (@badwolf408) kicks things off.
Mike Wiebe (@mikewiebe) is back to share more Trooper from Iron Maiden and continue the conversation about life, art, creativity, music, and everything. We tip our caps to Merle Haggard by playing Big City at the end of the episode.
Artist Brett Kern (@brettkernart) returns to talk more about art, his life, ceramics, and we share more Winter Solstice from Anderson Valley Brewing. Part three of the Ambrose call starts things off.
Brett will be displaying his work at the Box Gallery in Kansas City, MO from the 14th-27th as part of Dino-Might, and he will be at the opening reception March 18th at 6:30pm. Go and say hello!
Kyle McGinn is back to talk more about Poetry, his process, how you define poetry, and what makes it good. We also read a bit of poetry and discuss what we enjoy about the genre while we drink more Moose Drool from Big Sky Brewing. It’s a relaxed, mellow vibe this week with just a few ghosts walking around above the basement. A call to Ira (@wemetintheair) gets it going.
The music at the end of this episode is Sirens from The Pack A.D.
Kyle McGinn writes poetry, and he is also cancer-free after going through treatment recently. He was nice enough to bring over some Moose Drool from Big Sky Brewing while I was in Minneapolis, and we sat in a basement and chatted about poetry, life, art, creativity, and how you move on after beating cancer. The final episode of 2015 is a positive one. Grab some Moose Drool and join in. A call to Zeke (@ironmanmode) starts it off.
There is a now a page for artwork submitted by listeners and guests. If you have anything you’d like to add, feel free to send it along. Thanks to Katie, Heather, and Sean for these initial pieces.