Listen: the Six-Pack podcast goes punk with Richard Cabut

Richard Cabut is my guest on episode 15 of The Schenectady Six-Pack, the podcast where we apply the golden rule of writing to the question writers dread.

You can stream the episode now on Soundcloud or Mixcloud, or subscribe to the podcast feed to get new episodes delivered automatically.

We talk all around Richard’s varied career, drawing parallels between his work covering punk rock at the NME and his current interest in short plays (the most punk dramatic format around?), all kicked into gear by prompts from @toasted_cheese, @HollyCortelyou, @KLMwriter and @RachaelCMarek on Twitter.

Phil Boothman from episode 7 also pops in for a cameo; he needs your backing for The Superhero Initiative, the successor to So You’re A Superhero (which he talked about on the episode). It’s a busy week for Schenectady Six-Pack alumni – Duncan Gates from episode 11 is hosting Blackshaw’s Scare Slam this Wednesday above the Horse and Stables pub in Lambeth, London. I’ll be there trying my hand at live storytelling for the first time – come along if you’re in town!



Episode notes

Keep up with Richard on Twitter @richardcabut.

Affinity – an anthology (67 Press): http://www.amazon.com/dp/B013D46FS0/

Zer0 Books (soon to publish Modernity Killed Every Night): http://www.zero-books.net/


About M. J. Starling

Writer, and host of the Schenectady Six-Pack podcast. Gave William Hope Hodgson's ghost-finder, Carnacki, his stage debut.


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