Zoe Stegosaurus and Joshua Idehen chat about chicken, Black Lives Matter and the miniature Rufus Wainwright in Josh’s head. Swinging from the sublime to the ridiculous, not necessarily in that order, this episode kind of has it all…
Produced by Zoe Stegosaurus and Alexandra Quinn.
Refusing To Implode Politely interviews musician Kate Epps. Zoe and Kate discuss film, feminism and bedroom pop, and Kate’s forthcoming EP (which, as you’ll hear, is likely to be called ‘Valentines’, but that may change…). Featuring the songs Smile, Pandora, Fire and Ice and Spin.
Zoe Stegosaurus interviews poet Tim Kiely about his work and his relationship to the spoken word scene in London. They discuss the themes of his writing, his poetic inspirations and the role of London writing communities in shaping his ideas. He performs: After, Reasons For Learning and Chanting The Suttas, I Am Trying To Make Something Live, We Now Return To Your Regularly Scheduled Programming.
Spoken Word Slam Poet Felix, who wraps words beautifully around the weird, the wonderful and the ordinary, talks with Zoe Stegosaurus about performance, about what its like identify as a poet, other poets he appreciates or is influenced by and the role of publishing versus performance
If the Sky Were Orange
Ultimate Compression Tri-top Chestbinder Size Medium – A Love Story
An Apology to His Best Friend
To The People Who Count