Audiobook- The Incunabula Papers: Ong’s Hat and Other Gateways to New Dimensions

Above image used with permission of the artist.  Courtesy of James Koehnline : http://www.koehnline.com/ Available now: iTunes Amazon  Audible A professional version of The Incunabula Papers: Ong’s Hat and Other Gateways to … Continue reading Audiobook- The Incunabula Papers: Ong’s Hat and Other Gateways to New Dimensions

Podcast 297 – “A Tribute to Robert Anton Wilson”

The featured audio that I play in this podcast is part of a two-CD collectionproduced by Joe Matheny and given to the salon to podcast by the distributor, The Original Falcon Press, which you can find via originalfalcon.com. The voices you will here are those of: Douglas Rushkoff, Antero Alli, Tiffany Lee Brown, and Joseph Matheny.

Special Psychedelic Salon: Excerpts from “Lost Studio Sessions”

Lorenzo over at the Psychedelic Salon has (with my permission) put together a podcast of excerpts from the CD I produced, Robert Anton Wilson: The Lost Studio Sessions. I hope you enjoy and if you do, remember you ca get your own copy at Original Falcon (on CD) or as a digital download form any number of download services.

Cup of TNB: Episode 6: Jonathan Evison

Cup of TNB host Joseph Matheny talks to TNB editor and author Jonathan Evison.
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JONATHAN EVISON is the author of All About Lulu, which won the 2009 Washington State Book Award, as well as the forthcoming novels, West of Here, and The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving. In 2009, he received a fellowship from the Christopher Isherwood Foundation. He is the Executive Editor of The Nervous Breakdown, and an advisory editor at Knock. He blogs at Three Guys, One Book. He especially likes rabbits and beer.

Robert Anton Wilson: The Lost Studio Session and other titles

First recorded in Chicago in 1994, this previously unreleased audio session with the renowned Robert Anton Wilson has been stored away for fifteen years…and almost lost entirely. If Bob knew how many synchronicities surround the rediscovery and release of this “lost” studio session, he would be chuckling in that half jolly, half mischievous way of his. If you believe in any kind of afterlife, maybe you can imagine him laughing right now. I like that image: Bob the laughing Buddha, still having one over on us from the great beyond.

GSpot- Falcon, Falcon, Burning Bright?

Joseph Matheny talks to Nick Thacher and Linda Miller about Falcon Press and why there appears to be two Falcon’s selling virtually the same catalogs since the death of Dr. … Continue reading GSpot- Falcon, Falcon, Burning Bright?