We always wonder if the silly ways we work make any sense, so this Tweet by Claire Vaye Watkins made me feel much better about myself, as I am currently doing a lot of this:
Every week the Wisconsin State Journal runs “Roughneck Grace,” a weekly column written by Mike (many of the columns will be adapted from Mike’s Tent Show Radio monologues). Today’s column, “Small-town literature” can be seen online here.
If you’re within range of one of these stations tomorrow (Saturday, September 24th) we hope you’ll join Mike as he hosts another edition of Tent Show Radio from Big Top Chautauqua. Information on streaming the show here.
In this episode’s monologue – delivered from the backstage dressing room with the one lonely little lightbulb burnin’ – Mike tells a story about cats and dogs and blood and trouble.
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REMINDER: Most of this year’s previous Tent Show Radio episodes available for streaming anytime – just click here.
Join Mike for the release of Roughneck Grace at 7pm on Saturday, Oct. 1, in The Volume One Gallery (205 N. Dewey Street, Eau Claire). Perry will read from it and sign copies. All day, Local Store shoppers can get 15 percent off their entire purchase when buying the book.