Thu 8 Mar 2012 - Filed under: Not a Journal., After the Apocalypse, Geoff Noble, Jennifer Abeles, Julie Day, Maureen F. McHugh, Michael J DeLuca, podcast, Podcastery, Small Beer on Beer, small beer podcast, The Naturalist | 1 Comment| Posted by: Julie
Here at the Small Beer studios we find there’s nothing like a great book and some damn fine beers to really get the conversation flowing. We’d already read Maureen F. McHugh’s zombie story “The Naturalist” (read | listen) and with the help of Tru Beer in Easthampton, Massachusetts, we happened upon three beers that go perfectly with just about any zombie apocalypse.
The result? This week’s Small Beer on Beer episode, a podcasting love letter to “The Naturalist,” all things zombie and some very unusual beers.
Episode 7: In which we talk of beer, Reynard the Fox & Maureen F. McHugh’s “The Naturalist.”
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It turns out the gestation period for this podcast is somewhere between that of a lion and a wolf. At the beginning of November, Michael J. DeLuca, Gavin and I recorded the first ever Small Beer beer tasting. Then we recorded two, yes two, stories from our latest anthology Three Messages and a Warning, a collection of the Mexican fantastic.
This podcast was something akin to a seventies concept album, think The Allen Parsons Project or Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon. I seem to remember a intense discussion with the proprietor of the fabulous craft beer store, Tru Beer, in Easthampton, Massachusetts. A rapid convert, he donated a few beers to the cause. From Bread Euphoria, we acquired Day of the Dead bread. And then, like so many concept albums, the production requirements along with the obligatory aviator sunglasses and hair mousse almost brought the entire project to a screeching halt.
We are absolutely thrilled we’ve finally got our act together enough to finish this particular podcast.
Episode 5: Julie Day, Gavin Grant, Michael J. DeLuca and Three Messages and a Warning.
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