A Q&A of sorts with jazz saxophonist Chris Potter.
My uncut review of the Spokane Civic Theatre’s studio production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. The mysterious “Hatcher” of the print version explained.
A Q&A with artist and musician Tobin Sprout of Guided by Voices fame.
A Q&A with the author William T. Vollmann.
Another extended theater review — this one of Interplayers’ Barrymore — preciously saved from the savagery of a cursor moving in reverse.
A more prolix version of my Inlander review of Lake City Playhouse’s Little Women: The Musical. Now with 30% more words.
The hosting company FatCow held out the prospect of a $25 account credit for honestly blogging my experience with their services. I obliged.
A transcribed telephone interview with poet Major Jackson on March 26, 2013 in anticipation of his appearance at the 2013 Get Lit! literary festival in Spokane, WA.
To prevent the full responses — replete with context and digressions — of various authors, poets, musicians, playwrights and others I’ve interviewed in the course of my journalism work from being relegated to a digital audio file archived in a sub-subfolder on my home server, I’m attempting to revive the “salvaged” tag.
In anticipation of an upcoming performance with the Spokane Symphony, classical guitarist Jason Vieaux discusses the ‘small-townification’ of classical music and learning how to adapt.