Please take a moment and browse the work of some partners, colleagues, and friends.
Alchemy Review (http://www.alchemyreview.com)
Welcome to the home of the Alchemy Review. The aim of this venture,
undertaken in association with the Creative Alchemy Alliance, is to
produce a print magazine that will provide a balance of critical and
Amateur Scientist (http://www.amateurscientist.org)
The AmateurScientist is Brian Thompson, a gentleman who has been able
to read and write for over seventeen years. On the weekly Amateur
Scientist Podcast, Brian Thompson and Richard Peacock
(skepticaldigest.com) discuss issues relating to science, religion,
pseudoscience, politics, and the paranormal. Then we make fun of them.
A San Francisco Bay Area reading series produced by James Warner and Ransom Stevens, voted BEST NEW READING SERIES by SF Weekly.
Litquake, San Francisco's Literary Festival (http://www.litquake.org/)
Litquake is a San Francisco literary festival with heart, guts and a taste for the wilder side of the literary world.
New Orleans Review (http://www.loyno.edu/~noreview)
Orleans Review, an international journal of contemporary poetry,
fiction, nonfiction, art, photography, film, and book reviews, founded
in 1968 at Loyola University in New Orleans, has published an eclectic
variety of contemporary writing by established and emerging writers.
San Francisco Writers Workshop (http://sanfranciscowritersworkshop.com)
The San Francisco Writers Workshop provides a forum for writers in any
genre to share their work-in-progress and receive constructive
critiques from other writers. The workshop was founded in 1946 and met
for many years at the San Francisco Public Library. Since 1997, the
Meridian Gallery has generously given space to the workshop for its
Skeptical Digest (http://www.skepticaldigest.com)
If it's an obscure story, and unbelievable, it's here.
Washington Square Review (http://cwp.fas.nyu.edu/page/wsr)
Washington Square is an innovative, nationally-distributed literary
journal publishing fiction and poetry by emerging and established
writers. Edited and produced biannually by the students of the NYU
Graduate Creative Writing Program.
was formed by Billy Franklin and while building a following in New
Orleans the band boasted a cast of New Orleans best young musicians.
The lineup solidified when the group took to the road and the band has
been touring steadily since. The members of EOE were scattered by
Hurricane Katrina, but the band stayed focused and has only gained
momentum. Since the hurricane, EOE has embarked on 4 successful tours
and finished their second album, Fortune and Circumstance. The members
of EOE are all professional musicians in their own right, have various
college degrees in Jazz Studies, and have played and studied with many
notable people including the Marsalis family, the Neville Brothers,
Steve Bowman (http://www.stevethedrummer.com)
to bang out rhythms on coffee cans and pillows, Steve Bowman fell in
love with the first drum set he laid eyes on. He owes his early
education partially to the local juvenile hall, where his father worked
and collected the unwanted records from kids thirsty for funk and soul.
Accompanying the sounds of Bad Company, Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, ELO,
BTO and Earth, Wind, and Fire, he taught himself to play, and by age
23, set out on his first tour with the S.F. Band, The Looters. .
Steve’s time with Counting Crows saw the release of August and
Everything After, which sold over 7 million copies, performances on
David Letterman, Saturday Night Live, and a spot on the Rolling Stones’
Voodoo Lounge tour.
Holden Young (http://www.holdenyoungmusic.com)
Young is a new artist performing in the Colorado, Arizona, and Wyoming
mountain area. Combining rock, reggae, funk & world music with his
original lyrics Holden Young captivates listeners and propels dancers.
Growing up in Maine, Holden Young knew the world as a beautiful
place, meant to be preserved. He has since moved through Boston
(where he graduated from Berklee College of Music), Nashville (recorded
first album in 2005, Not Much & Everything) &
currently resides in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Returning to
this country life once more he is shedding his layers and receiving
great enthusiasm from the Mountain area.
Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes (http://www.johnnysketch.com)
Rock band from New Orleans. Classically trained and schooled in making
the house ROCK! From a calm, funky groove to a full blown frenzy at the
drop of a hat. JSDN rocks the house, every time, all the time.
Theatre Flamenco (http://www.theatreflamenco.org)
Theatre Flamenco was the first American resident dance company to stage
full Productions of Spanish dance in the United States, Thirty-five
years old this year, the only dance company in San Francisco that is
older than Theatre Flamenco is the San Francisco Ballet.
SF Flamenco (http://www.sfflamenco.com)
Your resource for all things flamenco in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Fast Atmosphere (http://www.fastatmosphere.com)
Area web designers with artists clients from Jon Cleary to Nora Jones.
Their services go far outside of plain old web design, however, and as
they'ved told me, they want to keep it fun. Those are refreshing words.
Athena Web Services (http://athena.ws/)
For all those technical needs, see friend and colleague Richard Peacock
for whatever programming requirement might enter your life.
Digi-Nosy Movies (http://www.digi-nosy.com)
Contributor and co founder of the Woozy Review,
the numerous films from Richard Peacock. Richard has unique approach to
film making, in that there is no idea not worthy of spending a little
time and digitial video tape on. These films range from in-depth
mockumentaries, to hand puppet melodrama, to plots conceived entirely
for the use of a special effect. Richard is a long time partner and
creative collaborator of mine, since the days when Last Chapter
Productions was known under a multitude of names and titles.
copyright 2007. last chapter productions.