Links

Ashley Inguanta is simply amazing.

Bachelor Pad Magazine, the ultimate retro home for burlesque, pin ups, liquor, and outré writing.

Burrow Press, an independent publisher and patron of the Orlando literary scene.

Darin Strauss, author of Chang and Eng, The Real McCoy, More Than It Hurts You, and Half a Life.

Darin Strauss’s Notes on Narrative

David Foley–playwright, fiction writer, and friend of the show–has his website here.

The Intoxicators, the best surf rock band to ever exist.

Lisa Claire Roney’s Joyous Crybaby

The New International Center is a wonderful resource in NYC for instruction in English for foreign speakers.  Writers in NYC are encouraged to volunteer to teach a class or three.

The New Pages Guide to Literary Magazines, one of the best resources on the web for writers.

New York Classical Theatre, which performs panoramic theater in public locations in New York.  I heartily recommend you chase after them, especially in Central Park.

Olivia Kate Cerrone, author and show contributor.

Orlando Shakespeare Theater, an incredibly talented troupe located amidst the squishiness of touristy squalor.

Palm Beach Shakespeare Festival, offering fine Shakespearean fare every July for free, at Carlin Park in Jupiter, Florida.

Palooka, a most scrappy, new literary magazine.

Pamela Skjolsvik is The Death Writer.

Poets & Writers, the most classic resource for writers.

Reprobate Rag

Rudolph Delson, one of this podcast’s favorite writers, is called Rudy by his friends, and Benjamin by his government.  He alternately maintains and neglects his website, which we recommend, even when he neglects it.

The Rumpus has some of the best content on the web, with regular features by Rick Moody and Cheryl Strayed.

Scott Hoffman holds a Ph.D. in American Studies from Purdue University and lives in Austin, Texas.  In 2008, he was nominated for a Lone Star Emmy for his script for The World, the War and Texas. He assists the Austin History Center in compiling a bibliography of it’s LGBT holdings and his currently revising his manuscript, Haloed by the Nation: Popular Martyrdom in Contemporary America.

The Tequila Worms are the best surf rock in Southern Cali.

The Tikiyaki Orchestra is the swankest in contemporary exotica music.

Urban ReThink is our favorite reading venue in Orlando, Florida.

Vanessa Blakeslee, author and show contributor.

VIDA, the feminist organization that does the count, and keeps the feminist conversation going, has its website here.

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