This week the TCGS community shall come together and write a book – an entire book – in one hour! And we’re calling in some authorities on the subject to help make it happen, including authors D.C. Pierson (The Boy Who Couldn’t Sleep and Never Had To, the upcoming Crap Kingdom), Dave Hill (Tasteful Nudes) and the legendary R.L. Stine (Goosebumps, the soon to be released adult horror novel Red Rain).
The past two weeks of time travel based episodes have been super fun, but man am I glad to be back in 2012. Thanks to standout characters 40 Year Old Goosey and Keeper of the Battledome for helping me violate the laws of the space-time continuum. And thanks to the So So Glos, who were so awesome last week!
This week, our regular panelists will be joined by the authors I mentioned above as we invite you, the TCGS community, to help us write a book in one hour. Please, call us at 212-757-1393 and tell us all the things you want to see in a book. The first caller of the night will get to tell us the name of the book. Other callers can give us the names of characters, plot twists they want to see, anything you can dream of, and we’ll be typing it all up live on the air. They say a book needs time. They say a book needs more than one draft. I disagree. We’ll have at least FOUR published authors of note on panel, and that means it should move exponentially quicker. I want us to write a whole book live on the air with your help!
Between our authors as well as our panelists, I’m sure there will be more than enough creative energy present in the studio to write an entire book in one hour. I bet we can bang out two or three if we hustle hard enough.
On top of all of that, we are very psyched to welcome DISPOSABLE ROCKET BAND to the studio. I have viewed DRB’s videos and I am quite impressed. Rather than try to describe them myself, I’d like to quote one of our venerable music bookers, Zane Van Dusen, who sums it up with great enthusiasm: “To me, this guy is the epitome of the Albany/Troy scene – where anything goes, people don’t flinch at weird stuff, and nothing is ironic. Weird people being weird because they don’t know how else to be – no one ends up in the capital region because they are cool. It’s a really special place. OK – enough Troy love…this guy is a spaceman who plays bad-ass dance music with hacked electronic, guitars and dancers.”
Tickets for this week’s live show are already sold out. Please do call us up at 212-757-1393 and help us bring into creation what I am certain will be a best selling and award winning piece of literature.