Episode 3: Samuel Snoek-Brown, Badass Women & Whiskey

 

featuring Tacoma-based author and educator Samuel Snoek-Brown. Sam is the author of the new short story collection There Is No Other Way to Worship Themthe Civil War novel Hagridden and short-fiction chapbooks Where There Is Ruin and Box Cutters. He also serves as production editor for Jersey Devil Press.

Pour yourself a glass of whiskey and listen-in as Sam and Christina get progressively sassy over bourbon and scotch. Sam admits his nerdiest habits, chats about bad-ass women in his life and gets real about tattoos. Three whiskeys later, we go down a literary rabbit hole you don’t want to miss (involving a vehement defense of Ozzy Ozbourne, fan-girling over James Franco Review and an introduction to “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Motherfucker at the Club” by Robert Lashley).

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Episode 2: Kellie Richardson on the Mic

featuring Tacoma Poet Laureate, educator, writer and collage artist Kellie Richardson. Kellie is also the badass creator and blogger of Brown Betty and author of What Us Is

Grab your headphones and listen as Kellie Richardson talks about her artistry and explains the importance of bringing your true self to the stage. And yeah, we gripe about changing neighborhoods and community dynamics in Tacoma, too … doesn’t everyone?

Episode 1: The Sh*t You Don’t Know About Creative Colloquy 

featuring Creative Colloquy founder, professional booze-slinger and freelance writer Jackie Casella.

Listen in as we set the record straight about how Creative Colloquy got its start, dive into who (in the hell) Jackie Casella really is, and put a few people on blast. Oh, don’t think we forgot about all the rad CC events coming your way this summer and fall, either.