Nicholas B. Morris is the author of two short-story collections, Tapeworm and The Boy in the Well, both available from Monkey Puzzle Press. He teaches humanities and literature at the Community College of Denver, and is one of the founders of the F-Bomb Reading Series that takes place the third Tuesday of every month at the Mercury Café.
Ann Lamparski is an online English tutor from Lansing, Illinois. She works from her home office and was a newspaper editor and reporter in the past. Her work has appeared in Mash Stories, Inner Sins, Wild Violet Literary Magazine, and Nite-Writer’s International Literary Arts Journal.
Philip Kuan is an aspiring Californian writer with a healthy interest in befuddling readers. Some of his favorite authors include Charles Dickens, Tolkien, and Franz Kafka, among others. He has been published in several short story magazines, and is always looking for constructive feedback at http://philkuan.wordpress.com/
Timothy Boudreau is a New Hampshire native, and currently lives in Sugar Hill with his wife, Judy. He has published fiction in various journals and anthologies, and has recently completed a short story collection.
Annelise Altman is a writer from the UK and besides working on her novel, she also writes short stories, flash fiction and poetry. Most recently her writing has appeared online at Ad Hoc and 101 words and she has had several pieces of short fiction accepted elsewhere for publication later in the year, including Spelk Fiction.
Amitabh Vikram Dwivedi is a university faculty and assistant professor of linguistics at Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, India; and author of two books on lesser known Indian languages: A Grammar of Hadoti and A Grammar of Bhadarwahi.
As a poet, he has published around fifty poems in different anthologies, journals, and magazines worldwide.
A flash fiction piece from Joseph Johnston, a short story from Jim Defilippi and a flash creative non-fiction piece from Gabrielle Montesanti. And then Stelth Ulvang brings his musical madness to your ears.
From degenerate juggalo to standup citizen, Sam Silva tells us true tales from behind the scenes as a 911 operator and from behind the curtains of his regular life as an odd experience collector. Max Winne chimes in to fill in details and corroborate events. Thematic music by Brian Goetzinger.
Rocky Mountain Revival was asked to team up for a Forum Stories event for any awesome night of storytelling. This is a live recording of a fullcast audio production of three flash fiction stories written by Levi Andrew Noe. Music from Electric Thinking Machine.
In the final installation of this flash fiction trifecta Denver's best and brightest flash-stars read for F-Bomb's open mic. Readers include but are not limited to: Nancy Stohlman, Kona Morris, Nick Morris, Jack C. Buck, Steven Dunn, Kathy Fish, Roseanna Frechette, Nora Cox, and many more.
Part 2 of a live recording of this month's F-Bomb, national flash fiction event. Paul Beckman and Meg Tuite certainly know how to tell a flash tale. Prepare to be amazed, inspired, morbidly curious, and maybe a little weirded out.
Denver F-Bomb hosts a national flash fiction event, and we recorded it live at the Mercury Cafe. It was so great and so awesome we had to air it in small doses so as not to F-Bomb our listeners death. This is part 1 with flash fiction masters Robert Vaughan and Karen Stefano. Our host for the evening was Nancy Stohlman.
Four flash-fictioneers on this episode reading their works under 1,000 words. We have B. Mitchell Cator, Jacqueline Kharouf, John Grabski and Forest York. Our extra special musical guest is Anna Vanessa.
Two Michigonian artists on this episode. Matthew Moffett reads 7 poems for us and Andrew Neal sings a song. And Levi Andrew Noe offends some other states, for which he apologizes.
Patrick Shannon Cross tells us a true story as we sit around the campfire. Shamanistic gardening during the Village Building Convergence. Just another typical day in Portland, Oregon.
"Dying is easy, comedy is hard." Ain't it the truth. This episode features the uproarious Bill Dixon, the comedy radiodrama spoof "Dog Walk Empire" and flash fiction from Nancy Stohlman and Kona Morris.
This episode is all about one terribly talented writer, musician and artist. You will hear the Fox saga from Nancy Stohlman's flash fiction collection The Vixen Scream and Other Bible Stories. To top things off, Kinky Mink, Nancy's 80's metal hair band lounge group, will serenade you with "Go to Hell My Love".
Flash fiction is the novel condensed into a poem; it is the left jab of literature. This episode features flash fiction from Nancy Stohlman, Kona Morris, Jack C. Buck and the host Levi Andrew Noe. Our musical guest is the one, the only Eye and the Arrow, with members of Paper Bird. They're a psychedlic rock, country-blues, indie-rock infused trio, and just you try and define them.
Poetry, Poetry and more poetry. Poets include: Sean Michael Wilson, Nancy Stohlman, Joshua Robert Long, Abigail Mott and Tovio Roberts. The music weaving this episode together is The Way Birds Are from the album Lava Lava. A very special musical treat will be revealed at the end, which may or may not be the new Rocky Mountain Revival theme song. We're not giving anything away...
In which Griffith James Snyder of up and coming band Inner Oceans discusses his long, fruitful, and sometimes toilsome musical history. We listen to four songs from different eras of Griff's music, we talk about the muse and the harnessing of that great, ghastly "ghost" of art and inspiration. Lots of name dropping occurs. Griff consumes 1.5 beers and Levi partakes of 2 fermented beverages.
"Yume" written by Levi Andrew Noe is a speculative fiction thriller of revenge, destiny and the reality of one man's dream. Set in a near-future Tokyo, "Yume" will keep you on the edge of your seat and may or may not leave you with a hankering for green tea ice cream.
Born in Denver, realized in Tokyo, Shibuya Terminal is the obsessive outpouring of music from Pierce Murphy. With a voice steeped in pounk and indie rock but educated by the jazz tradition, he creates a passionate sound with sharp lyrics and intricate arrangements.
teeped in punk and indie rock but educated by the jazz tradition, he creates a passionate sound with sharp lyrics and intricate arrangements.
A short story by JC Hemphill about a close, almost, encounter. A raw, rootsy song from singer/songwriter and road dog, Slum Pickns.
A short story from writer and poet, River Wharton. A song from alt-folk band King Cardinal.
The very first poetry episode from Rocky Mountain Revival. We have poems from Tameca Coleman, Eleanor Perry-Smith, Dwight Vernon Forcey, Kathleen Cain, Deb Carpenter-Nolting, Nahshon Cook and Levi Andrew Noe. Ridiculously special musical guest is musician and composer Tom Hagerman, best known for his multi-instrumentalist works with Devotchka. This is an episode you will not want to miss.
Cadence is a surreal, dreamy, in betweeny kind of short story by Levi Andrew Noe. It dives deep into the blurry lines between the conscious and unconscious, dreaming and lucidity and one woman's struggle for freedom. Salads and Sunbeams will give you something to groove to. They have a style that will remind you that rock and roll is not dead, it just traveled into other dimensions to find itself again.