Tag: Eric Fell

Five Local Artists Totally Destroy Published Books At Say Wha?! Show

Like my clickbait headline? Sorry, I had to do it. I’m just so excited to tell you about the awesome Say Wha?! show I produced last week. The show featured: Emma Cooper! TJ Dawe! LeeAnn Kepel! AND Eric Fell! (Oh yeah, me too.) A student from Langara College was there on

Special Guest Host Eric Fell, Say Wha?!

  Have you ever read a poorly written novel and thought to yourself, who publishes this crap? Or come across a hilariously out of date self-help book in a thrift store? Perhaps you flipped through Sarah Palin’s/ Justin Beiber’s/ R. Kelly’s etc. autobiography and guffawed at her/his life story. Well,

Psychic Say Wha?! Recap

  Here’s a recap of last night’s Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing The book I chose last week to read at Say Wha?! has been on my Say Wha?! bookshelf for about 6 months now. (I keep my good books separated from my terrible ones). I don’t know

Say Wha?! Podcast Episode 17

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, actor, and improviser Eric Fell reads from The Night of the Crabs. Listen to the podcast on iTunes, RSS feed, or just stream it HERE:

Say Wha?! The Podcast with Eric Fell

Episode eight of Say Wha?! The Podcast is out. I’ve been terrible about letting you blog followers know when new ones are released. I’m sorry. Will you forgive me? I’m super happy to share this episode with you because it features Eric Fell, the craziest romance novel plot I’ve ever

Three Years of Say Wha?!

On June 19 you are invited to come and celebrate the fact that three years ago I  moved back to Vancouver and started another literary/comedy show about bad writing. WHAT IS SAY WHA?! READINGS OF DELICIOUSLY ROTTEN WRITING? Have you ever read a poorly written novel and thought to yourself,

Say Wha?! December 2012

It’s that time again! The third Wednesday of the month is approaching, that means it’s time for Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing.  Have you ever read a poorly written novel and thought to yourself, who publishes this crap? Or come across a hilariously out of date self-help book in a

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