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Two days ago I found out Michael had passed away in mid-July–so two months ago already. There have been local tributes to him on radio, and this obituary. But I missed it all. I probably hadn’t seen him in two years before he died. I spoke to him on the phone around this time last … More Memories of Michael Marinelli in no Particular Order, Part 1
My short story, “Lay Out,” was just published as a runner up in a contest hosted by Jerry Jazz Musician. Enjoy, share; thanks. https://jerryjazzmusician.com/2018/08/lay-out-a-short-story-by-barnaby-hazen/
“The artist and the politician stand at opposite poles. The artist enhances life by his prolonged concentration on it, while the politician emphasizes the impersonal aspect of life by his attempts to fit men into groups. The artist’s enhancement of life may emphasize, at certain times, those aspects that a politician can use. But the … More Richard Wright, on Art and Politics
I was visiting a friend on his set. They were working on the TV series, Goliath, (Season 2)–in Glendale. There was a bit of a joke to this: I stayed with him in Glendale in the early 90s when he was getting his start; Glendale, California was a bit whitewashed at the time, with a … More How I Went Back to Jail
HERE is an interview with the hilarious cast of Alligator Farm. This show can be heard on Mondays (technically Tuesdays but then again, by my clock it isn’t the next day until I go to sleep), 1am MST: http://www.truetaosradio.com
My latest book, Misfortunes of T-Funk, just took home its second award! Beverly Hills Book Awards, Music Category!
Check out this new first chapter reading and interview with author and host, Demethius Jackson! http://ch1podcast.com/2017/11/05/ep31-misfortunes-of-t-funk/