We all have ASS-pirations.
We’re baaaack. It’s been over a month since the AWP (Associated Writers and Writing Programs) Conference was here in Minneapolis, so naturally we wanted to do a writers’ episode. Also naturally, it took over a month to get to editing it.
Skip your English class and watch this video! Just kidding, there’s time for both. In this episode, we discuss Shakespeare’s son Hamnet (well, actually, just his name), Books, Fonts, Robert Frost, and Emily Dickinson.
End Music: “8bit Dungeon Boss” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Or, how Brett fooled an entire town.
One woman’s Blake Lively is another woman’s Leelee Sobieski.
Keiko Agena: making the rest of us feel old since the year 2000.
Pop Tarts, tie-dye, and six degrees of Amber Tamblyn.
We used excerpts from the following songs in this video:
“I’m Just a Girl” covered by Alix Chicopi: https://soundcloud.com/alicechoe/im-just-a-girl-cover
“Where You Lead” covered by Hayley Rathburn and Emily Rathburn with instruments by Josh Wittmier: https://soundcloud.com/thenorthwesterner/where-you-lead
“Desert Bus” was part of an unreleased video game collection called “Penn & Teller’s Smoke and Mirrors,” scheduled for release in 1995. I liken its creation story to sticking your tongue out and blowing a raspberry at The Man.
Outtake from Episode 43.