Literary audio, video crit, and live web chats, plus an occasional literary essay. As fun as can be.
By Frank Marcopolos
Keith talks long form improvisation with included lessons, tips, thoughts, quotes, interviews, and more! Keith Saltojanes has been improvising since 2004, and has performed in over 200 shows around the country at such places as the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, IO West, The Chicago Improv Festival, The World\'s Largest Hard Rock Live, and more. He was a founding member of the critically-acclaimed troupe, The Derelict Toys (called \"One of the best improv troupes from around the country\" by the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater), and currently performs with the popular group, English Speaking Moose; another group he founded. Keith has studied with the Improv Olympic, Second City, and is a student of Miles Stroth (Del Close\'s \"Warchief\" and member of The Family). He loves all things improvisation, and enjoys the ever-evolving world of the art. He currently resides, performs, and teaches in Los Angeles, CA.
By Improv LA
The Carousel is a weekly podcast dedicated to the geek arts, such as video games, comics, movies, and music. We talk about video games about every other week and keep a rotating cast of characters for your listening enjoyment but will always come back to the main three hosts. A big goal of the podcast is to create friendly discussion and banter to make the listener feel like one of the gang. The podcast was started when John conned Justyn and Scott into doing an episode over the Halo: Reach beta. Now the trio is dedicated to bringing you listening enjoyment as well as pwning opinions. Yes I went there. The Carousel Podcast also features original music from MusiM (listentomusim.com) and MusiM's friends and colleagues.
Jeremy Tobin and Eric Young have an ongoing discussion in which they covers topics such as Time Travel, Nazis, Communist, Monkeys, Soccer, Comic Books, Genitalia, Jet Packs, and much, much more. Frequently there is swearing. Sometimes there are funny articles. Often there is yelling.
By Jeremy Tobin and Eric Young
By Douglas Lain