Archives for November 2017

Episode 58: Deathrock Jubilee

For this episode goth DJ, record label founder, and accountant Erica Moulinier stops by to talk death, rock, deathrock, accounting, and the importance of creating an infrastructure for the things you love.

Along the way, we talk punk culture, the philosophy of Ernst Cassirer, being addicted to the joy of discovery, and fond memories of counting change at grandma’s house.  Oh, and we also chat about why Morrissey makes us sadder now than ever.

Erica is a DJ for the Second Skin, a regular goth dance series at Brillobox in Pittsburgh.  Erica also has started a record label called Play Alone Records, that is poised to take over the world in 2018.  She is also offers accounting services for dreamers and misanthropes at her business Moulin Consulting.

And as always, I can’t help but say the F-word.

Episode 57: Nasty Women and Bad Hombres

For this episode, editors Deena November and Nina Padolf stop by to discuss their new anthology of poetry entitled Nasty Women and Bad Hombres.  During the course of our conversation we discuss what it means to have community at this moment in history and why it is important for poetry and the arts to confront our contemporary crisis in democracy.  One can get a copy of this great collection of poems through Amazon after November 9, 2017, or better yet message Denna and Neena through the Nasty Women and Bad Hombres Facebook page to get a copy right from the source. One can also pick up a copy of the Nasty Women and Bad Hombres book release party at the Tiki Lounge on the South Side of Pittsburgh on November 9, 2017 at 7PM.  Deena is also the curator of the Staghorn Poetry Series at Staghorn Coffee in Greenfield.

Features strong language and a baby fart.