SAY SOMETHING, ANYTHING with Michael Klam (and his multiple personalities)
Have you heard the latest episode of SAY SOMETHING, ANYTHING? In it, Michael Klam, who wrote Emma and the Buddah Frog, answers the age old question: What if you could just hold a Chihuahua and have fifty bouts of multiple orgasms?
He also emphasizes that your art is important and that it is important to actually do it. He says this through some wise words:
“It is work, it does take some effort, and sometimes it can even be an ordeal, but the fruit of your labor is that you create something.”
And through some poetry:
Michael organizes the Poetry & Art series at Balboa Park’s Museum of the Living Artist. The events have a big slam / spoken word component to them and as Michael says, you can get people spitting rhyme, hip-hop, a poet with a guitarist or a visual component. In summation: You don’t know what you’re going to get. It’s a free speech thing. There aren’t necessarily any rules anymore.
Listen to the episode above, or on SoundCloud below, or download it on iTunes and take it with you to go.
Poems in this episode:
- An argument for reincarnation into a yelping dog
- Bad Puppet Shows: A Field Guide for Young Poets in Job Interviews
- hence the poetry
- Sheep Eat Cow Spine Sheep Go Mad
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