Jason interviews Rich Mackin, Poet, and Author of Dear Mr. Mackin, and contributing author/artist of Border-X on Buddhism, Book Stores, Covid 19, thriving while social distancing, and of course Lever 2000 all while Rich multi-tasks and builds a bookshelf. This cast will amuse all 2000 parts of your body, especially your funny bone. Tune in.
Join me, Jason Wright of Oddball Magazine and Michelle Hammer of Schizophrenic.NYC the hippest clothing brand in NYC. Live and in color. What happens when you put two people like Michelle and I in a room together? Pure podcasting magic. The conversation flows and time flies in this episode of the Oddball Show.
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Join Jason Wright of Oddball Magazine and Voices of Poetry's Neil Silberblatt in a flowing and spirited conversation on Poetry, Poetry events in New England (and beyond), a discussion of the best and the not-so-best poets from the past and present, and a celebration of our dear Friend of Oddball Magazine Joe Gouveia, his book Saudades, his battle with cancer, the mark he left on the poetry community and his lasting legacy. Bitt...
On this episode, Gabe Howard sits down with me to talk just why Mental Illness is an Asshole, why he is Not Crazy, and why these are all Needful Things to be. Yes, those are three things talked about in this podcast. Tune in to Gabe Howard, the man behind the juggernaut book Mental Illness is an Asshole, one of the voices behind the Not Crazy podcast and Psych Central Podcast, and a Star Wars and Stephen King fan, which I very much...
I am joined by Adam Levon Brown, fantastic human being, Oregonian poet and publisher, and author of Break: Poems on Mental Illness. We talk his press Madness Muse, our chance meeting on Linked In, and my dog Obi loses his ball half way through the second segment. I barter for gear, Adam shares his poetry, and we discuss trauma, healing, and how writing helps us get through it. Oh, and we discuss Printful, E-Commerce, but only for ...
The first cast sans Dr. Prof Esquire, and its a doozy. Jason interviews Raquel Lyons and learns more about her Recovery inspired projects, Recovery to Wellness, her work as a NAMI In Our Own Voice speaker, and her project Unmasked Potential. What is Unmasked Potential? Tune in to find out!
The long goodbye interview continues as we finish up with long time co-host of the Oddball Show and good friend Dr. Prof Esquire. We talk List of Ten, and some more of that Oddball Isht you have grown to love.
Season 4 continues with Part 2 of our long goodbye conversation with the one and only Dr. Prof Esquire. We talk Jason's new project the Train of Thought Audio Experience and Prof's alt-hiphop duo Blind Rhino. Prof goes batty over how bad the DC Universe is.
Hey everyone, welcome back to the Oddball Show! Season 4 starts with a somber note as we say goodbye to long standing Oddball Show cohost Dr. Prof Esquire. We had a long run, and a fun one. Join us as we talk next steps for Prof, his band Blind Rhino, and look back on the last 5 years of the Oddball Show.
So long Prof, thanks for everything!
Prof and Jason talk with guest Cecilia McGough about pulsars, her life as the founder of Students with Schizophrenia, her TED Talk #IAMNOTAMONSTER, and Prof ponders the age old question could the Marvel Universe happen in real life? Tune in to this excellent episode with advocate, activist and astrophysicist Cecilia McGough.
This week Prof and Jason talk about Jason's recent speech at the NAMI Walk in Boston and Jason's new book "Train of Thought, Poems from the Red Line".
Prof and Jason talk with James Boomhower, about his life as a Med Flight Paramedic, his work as an advocate, a public figure and the voice behind Fit for Duty.
Prof and Jason Wright are back for a new season of The Oddball Show! This time we are using FB Live to interview Colgan B. Johnson, Boston Artist, Educator, and Influencer. Unscripted and Uncensored, This is the Oddball Show.
On this edition Prof and Jason are joined by poet and author Jake Tringali, whose book 'Poetry for the Neon Apocalypse' is available now on Amazon.