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The Zinester Podcasts are free mp3 audio files regularly produced and published by [[Fall_of_Autumn_Distro|Fall of Autumn]], and intended for download and playback through a personal computer or a portable mp3 player. Characteristically taking the format of short radio segments, episodes in the series each feature one writer's presentation of a selection from her/his work. Common to the show format is a soundrack mainly featuring independent artists, though some shows instead rely on soundscapes related to the piece being read, like the radio dramas of the 40s and 50s.
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The Zinester Podcasts are free mp3 audio files regularly produced and published by [[Fall_of_Autumn_Distro|Fall of Autumn]], and intended for download and playback through a personal computer or a portable mp3 player. Characteristically taking the format of short radio segments, episodes in the series each feature one writer's presentation of a selection from her/his work. Common to the show format is a soundtrack mainly featuring independent artists, though some shows instead rely on soundscapes related to the piece being read, like the radio dramas of the 40s and 50s.
== 2006 Episode Archive ==
== 2006 Episode Archive ==

Revision as of 16:24, 2 July 2006

The Zinester Podcasts are free mp3 audio files regularly produced and published by Fall of Autumn, and intended for download and playback through a personal computer or a portable mp3 player. Characteristically taking the format of short radio segments, episodes in the series each feature one writer's presentation of a selection from her/his work. Common to the show format is a soundtrack mainly featuring independent artists, though some shows instead rely on soundscapes related to the piece being read, like the radio dramas of the 40s and 50s.

2006 Episode Archive

  • "Fire" by Emerson Dameron (Wherewithal) (June 2006) (f/ Kyle Bravo)
  • "Goosestepping to Safety" by Aaron Cynic (Diatribe) (June 2006)
  • "Cat Faeries" by Kate Sandler (Brainiac) (June 2006)
  • "Galatea's Pants" by Lauren Eggert-Crowe (Galatea's Pants) (June 2006) (f/ Wax & Wane)
  • "Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric" by Sarah R. (Tazewell's Favorite Eccentric) (May 2006)
  • "Word Math" by Katie (La La Theory) (May 2006)
  • "Cartography For Beginners" by April (Cartography for Beginners) (April 2006)
  • "Broken Records" by Jessica Haidon (Broken Records) (April 2006)
  • "Brainscan #21" by Alex Wrekk (Brainscan) (April 2006) (f/ Late Night Sleep TV)
  • "Ms. Films DIY Guide to Film & Video" by Niku Arbabi (director of Ms. Films) (March 2006)
  • "I Want a Mom that will Last Forever" by April Paul (March 2006)
  • "He Who Cannot, Teaches" by Andrew Laties (Rebel Bookseller) (March 2006)
  • "Relationshit" by Jennifer Darling (Gretchen) (February 2006) (f/ Joy Division)
  • "Cymbalta 60 mg Once A Day" by Samantha Castillo (What's Her Deal?) (February 2006)
  • "She Handed Me Her Diary" by Alan Lastufka (Pressed Between The Pages) (January 2006)
  • "Four Star Daydream" by Fawne DeRosia (Four Star Daydream) (January 2006)
  • "The Stain" by Chella Quint (Adventures in Menstruating) (January 2006)
  • "Me And The Big Fella" by Emerson Dameron (Wherewithal) (January 2006)

2005 Episode Archive

  • "Technicolor Polkadot" by Hannah D. Forman (Technicolor Polkadot) (December 2005)
  • "I Must Have Been There, But Left Before You Arrived" by Nicole Introvert (Introvert) (December 2005) (f/ The Influents)
  • "Tattooed Memoirs" by Sage Adderley (Tattooed Memoirs) (December 2005)
  • "Interview with Joe Biel" by Alan Lastufka & Joe Biel (Microcosm Publishing) (December 2005) (f/ Lifter Puller)

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