Often times field manager of CSz Seattle, Jekeva gets things done correctly and on time. You know when she's hosting, it will be a tight ship. Also she's a big nerd.
Facts about Jekeva
Jekeva runs a literary 'zine called Word Lit Zine.
She knows episode specific details about both Star Trek (TOS) and The X-Files.
Visit the website for her 'zine at http://wordlitzine.com/wp/
No live events this week so we thought we'd update you on what a few of our alumni are up to in the near future. What's Mandy Price doing with a bunch of alumni, including some of our hosts? What's author Raven Oak doing? Windowpane is in Maryland right now, so we aren't discussing them. Also, what ever happened to Jonathan Tweet? Is he debating someone about something? All those questions and more will be answered in this bite size episode.
At the Bibliophilia Storytelling Festival's first night we had an audio drama from our good friends at Sci-Fi Commons/Reality's Edge. The story was called "Drafted" and we thought you might want to be reminded of what a modern audio drama can be. Bibliophilia was directed by our very own, Jekeva Phillips.
One of our very own hosts is now the guest as we talk with Jekeva Phillips. She talks about Word Lit Zine, Bibliophilia and how stupid book reports are.
Julia Y, the art lead on Astronaut:The Best came to talk to us about the game you can contribute to on Kickstarter until October 21st.
Our match game contestants had some epic beards for the evening. Our guest was voice over artist, actress and podcaster Kris Keppeler. Our points were scored by halves this week, but the best beard won.
Kris talked with us after the match game about the new horror film that she was in, a sci-fi audio drama she's working on and how many hours it takes to narrate a whole book.
It's SET's 5th anniversary so Jeannine and Samantha joined us again. We got some new insight into all their shows. We also got an exclusive secret told on our show about their show "The Journal" that they are bringing back for 2016.
Artist Mike Cressy joined us to talk art, art, art. We also had a special guest on the panel, from KIRO radio, Rachel Belle. We played Drink! for the second time and luckily we all made it through the night.
Brother and sister bandmates, Dan and Liz Teisan, from the band Late September Dogs joined us for one of our last episode of 2015. We had a rockin' good time, starting with the match game. Jay Smith was supposed to be at the podcast but went a little to far with his birthday extravaganza and couldn't make it. Listen to what we said behind his back and what stories we just made up out of nothing. The LSD Orchestra Project is still happening. Where is it? What's taking so long? Anything amazing happen along the way? It's all answered inside so have a listen.