Thu 10 Nov 2011 - Filed under: Not a Journal., Julie Day, Karen Chacek, LCRW, michael Deluca, Podcastery, small beer podcast, The Hour of the Fireflies, Three Messages and a Warning | 3 Comments| Posted by: Julie
I’m thrilled to be back from wilds of Western Connecticut where I was billeted after the recent Nor’easter. Small Beer headquarters feels like a book-filled Shangri-La. I can’t believe I’ve returned.
In Episode Three of our Small Beer podcast, Michael J. DeLuca and I talk about yarrow-infused beer, medieval brewing, his fiction and why Small Beer’s ebook portal, Weightless Books, is a bibliophile’s dream. Not content to leave it at that, in part two of the podcast Michael reads “The Hour of the Fireflies” by Karen Chacek. It’s part of our upcoming Three Messages and a Warning anthology and I don’t know how you couldn’t love it. It comes out in December.
Episode 3: Michael J. DeLuca, Head Brewer and CTO along with Julie Day and Three Messages and a Warning.
Oh, and if you’d like, go listen to Michael’s story, “The Eater,” on Pseudopod.
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Next week Mike, Gavin and I will be hosting the very first Small Beer Press, multi-state, chili-beer tasting, and it’s all going to be captured on audio for episode 4 of the Small Beer podcast.
The fabulous Tru Beer here in Easthampton donated a few bottles of Left Hand Brewing’s Fade to Black Pepper Porter. It’s brewed with Serrano, Chipolte and Ancho chili peppers. I, personally, am more than a little afraid. Let’s be honest here; I’m terrified.
To go with the beer, I’m also picking up some Day of the Dead bread from Bread Euphoria. Love your local businesses is our motto here at Small Beer Press. And, really, how could we not when they create bread people with folded arms and little raisin eyes?
All this and some fine Mexican fiction. Episode 4 is going to be fantastic. With luck, we’ll have pictures to post along with the podcast.