Tag: Chip Ellis

Say Wha?! The Podcast – Episode 42 Chip Ellis Shares the Poetry of Leonard Nimoy

Say Wha?! The Podcast shares recordings from the comedy show Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing in Vancouver, BC, Canada. This episode features a reading from the poetry month edition of the show by the always funny and charming Chip Ellis. Warning: singing and slightly bad audio quality. Listen

FINALLY! Say Wha?! The Podcast is back!

Dudes, I FINALLY got my life together enough to start doing the Say Wha?! podcast again. Yay!!! Thanks for all your complaints about wanting more that got me back on this train. I’ve got a great Marc Maron-y intro before the wonderful Say Wha?! reading so feel free to skip

Say Wha?! The Podcast Episode 21

FINALLY! A new episode is up! This one features the very funny, very Say Wha?! Chip Ellis. Listen to the podcast on iTunes, RSS feed, or just stream it HERE:

Say Wha?! The Podcast – 12

Say Wha?! The Podcast shares recordings from the comedy show Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing in Vancouver, BC, Canada. In this episode comedian Chip Ellis shares a children’s story. This recording is from the 2012 Vancouver Fringe Festival where Say Wha?! was featured at the Fringe Bar. The

Podcast Reviews

Thanks to everyone who has downloaded the podcast and subscribed on iTunes! It really means a lot to me. Two episodes are up. One with a reading by me and the other is from the always funny Chip Ellis. Go and listen today!    

Say Wha?! March Recap

I shared two books that have been on my Say Wha?! book shelf for ages now. Stories from the Playboy Mansion about how disgusting the carpets are and how Hugh Hefner makes his girlfriends ask for their $1000/week allowance.  Sliding into Home and Bunny Tales.   Gary Jones shared 365

October Say Wha?! Recap Post

Better late than never. Here’s what you missed at the October show. I’d previously read from the Google Book version of this self-help book, but I had to download the Kindle edition to realize it’s full craziness. I’m working on a review of the book for a blog post, so

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