The Very Serious Writing Show
This podcast is so serious. You cannot even begin to comprehend how serious it is.
It is so infused with seriousness, that by merely hearing the opening intro, you will be endowed with a greater grasp of serious topics. You will be able to converse seriously with serious people. Serious facial expressions will come naturally, and your eyebrows will darken and straighten in a most serious manner. You voice will carry in a deep, soothing, serious tone. And your wardrobe will instantly change on a molecular level to forms more befitting your own newfound seriousness.
To represent this seriousness, I chose a painting of such complete, utter seriousness that it is almost unfathomable.
On this show, I bring forth only the most serious individuals in the literary field to discuss with me their seriousness. I have had the pleasure of interviewing Ezra Wilkinson, Isaiah Douglas Gray, and Sarah Spradlin, as well as some lesser individuals like Bryan Davis and Wayne Thomas Batson. The titles of the episodes reflect the serious nature thereof: The Ultimate Canadian Love Story, Allegories and Alien Noah’s Ark, Migmar Goes Poof and Fred the Sword, and so on.
Episodes premier weekly on Mondays.
Those of you desiring to respond with serious feedback may conduct yourself to the “Hangout” section of this website, and therein express your serious opinions in a matter most serious, thus promoting serious conversation to ensure.
The Very Serious Writing Show. The most serious writing show of all the writing show that are serious. Seriously.
That Guy With the Hat
Yeah. That’s me. I’m referred to as “That Guy with the Hat” or “Hat Guy” or even “Plaid Hat Guy” in some circles. I have spent many hours pondering why this might be, and have formed the tentative hypothesis that it is due to the fact that I am rarely, if ever, seen without my hat. Yeah. I’m 45% sure that’s the reason.
The one thing you need to know about me, besides my intrinsic love of stories, movies, books, OUR MUTUAL LORD AND SAVIOR, and very serious writing shows, is this: I believe there is innate value in the ridiculous.
And that about sums it up right there.
Welcome to my website.
Have a Willy Wonka gif.