Over the years while writing, directing, and acting at radio theater workshops and in the Mark Time Radio Show performances at Minneapolis' CONvergence science fiction conventions, Brian Price and Jerry Stearns found that they shared a love for classic Beat poetry, Lord Buckley, and prose poems, so they started doing some of their own. This is a collection of their unique hybrid of humor, music, character, and performance. "Closed Mouths and Narrow Necks" (The Yellow House - West Plains, MO, May 29, 2002) - Bass: Thom Hoglen, Sax: Eric Elder "Cart 437" (or "The Long Way Around") (CONvergence 2006 - July 7, 2006) "The Collapse of the 20th Century Was So Gradual" (Minicon 32 - March 28, 1997) - Piano: David Emerson "Clones Day Parade" (CONvergence 2001 - July 6, 2001) - Piano: Mike Wheaton "Unrelated Cliffhanger Theater" (CONvergence 2006 - July 7, 2006) with Windy Bowlsby, Tim Wick, Charlie Meitzner, Preston Ossman, Eleanor Price, and David Ossman "Your Mileage May Vary" (CONvergence 2002 - July 5, 2002) with Richard Fish; Music by Eleanor Price "A Cure for Science" (CONvergence 2004 - July 2, 2004) - Trombone: Jim ten Bensel "The Tiniest Souls" (CONvergence 2007 - July 6, 2007) "Under the Broken Tree Bridge" (CONvergence 2008 - July 3, 2008) with Eleanor Price; Piano: Keith Spears "Cart 437: Part Two" (Hear Now Festival - Kansas City, MO, June 9, 2016) "You Can't Handle the Truth" (CONvergence 2007 - July 6, 2007) with Wally Wingert, Windy Bowlsby, Tim Wick, Preston Ossman, Eleanor Price, and David Ossman 1. Language: English. Narrator: David Ossman, full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/010527/bk_blak_010527_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Great fishing in great settings with great people and great food, too! Where else can you catch tarpon, eat authentic jambalaya, and dance to zydeco, all in one day? This is the first, and definitive, guide to saltwater fly fishing in Louisiana-inshore, coastal, and offshore. This where-to, how-to guide's coverage begins on the western edge of Cajun Country, in the Lake Charles region, and extends east to the Mississippi River Delta. Louisiana harbors an amazing range of fish: redfish, specks, flounder, tripletail, cobia, tarpon, crevalle jacks, and Spanish mackerel, even largemouth bass, and the author cues you in to what gear to bring, from rod to fly, and provides essential information on local guides; marinas; sporting goods; outfitters; suggestions for sightseeing on your fishing down time; accommodations, from motels to plantation beds; and venues for authentic regional 'good eating' and music. Many of Louisiana's year-round saltwater opportunities, both offshore and inshore, were developed in the past 10 years. In that time, there's been a growth of fly fishing in the state, and catch-and-release has replaced the ice-chest as a measure of fishing success. Whether you're sight-casting, blind-casting, surfcasting, or casting from your 'mud-boat,' here's your chance to hook into your biggest fish ever. Conventioneers and revelers alike in the Big Easy-pack your rod for your next trip, and get out and fish!