Blasted into the air by a hydrogen-based chemical accident at the Stake of the Imagination, I e-girly a-weight the answer to the question: Will I, Neal Romanek (of the clan Romanek) be the first man in orbit to have eaten Triceratops steak?
← Episode 7 of the Imagination | Episode 9 of the Imagination →
- Flying Triceratops Steaks!
- Guy Swimware’s Pocket Space Suit
- Can’t Get No Satisfaction
- Also Sprach Nealathustra
Dropped into the middle of a modern Stone Age village by the Quetzalcoatlus of the Imagination, I am burned at the stake, fed fresh Triceratops meat, and am party to the Eye Socketeers’ first – and last – chemistry lesson. Possibly the most inane episode yet!
← Episode 6 of the Imagination | Episode 8 of the Imagination →
- Burned at the stake
- Savage primitive savages
- Burned and some steak (Triceratops)
- Elemental language
- Chemistry lesson
Dear Miss Manners of the Imagination,
I was recently saved from a fatal fall off the Mountain of the Imagination by a friendly prehistoric flying reptile. I am grateful for his kindness, but his massive fish-hook talons are digging into my skull. What is the proper etiquette in this situation? I want to avoid serious brain injury, yet I don’t want to hurt the leathery critter’s feelings.
“Scrambled in the Skies”
← Episode 5 of the Imagination | Episode 7 of the Imagination →
- Flying reptiles of yore / Quetzalcoatlus
- Green clouds below
- Volcanic upwellings
- Pounding headache
Unable to evade the terrible Terrible Lizards lurking outside my Tunnel of the Imagination, I decide to take an alternate route across Eye Sockets Island – the treacherous mountain route.
Treacherous it is. And mountainous.
Did I mention it was treacherous?
← Episode 4 of the Imagination | Episode 6 of the Imagination →
- Again with the Terrible Lizards
- Mountain climbing handbook
- The heights of idiocy
- I’m a Mountain Man
Marooned on the mysterious Eye Sockets Island, I seek safety in a tunnel while fanged Terrible Lizards lurk outside. The cave is damp and darkish and scrawled with the most upsetting graffiti imaginable. Fortunately, I have brought my Jude The Obscure series of action-adventure novels.
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- Terrible Lizards
- “Jude The Obscure” series of action-adventure tales
- Caving & claustrophobia-phobia
- Lascaux & the depressed Neanderthal
← Episode 3 of the Imagination | Episode 5 of the Imagination →
After days adrift on the Debris Raft of the Imagination I finally wade ashore onto Eye Sockets Island.
Come with me as I trek across the -pede infested jungle in search of a fruit, companionship, and a way home while avoiding and evading cute octopussies and coconut crabs.
to listen. If you dare.
← Episode 2 of the Imagination | Episode 4 of the Imagination →
“After the tragic downing of the Dirigible of the Imagination, I drifted, clinging to the wreckage, for I know not how long. Night and day melded together into one gray continuum – a continuum I came to call “naghy”.
“At length, ‘pon the horizon, an island did appear, of most singular and foreboding character. The reef-racked currents ushered my flotsam sanctuary shoreward until the island’s mighty rocky outcroppings outcropped above me outcroppingly.
“And so I began to podcast …”
← Episode 1 of the Imagination | Episode 3 of the Imagination →
- Somewhere between Argentina & Kamchatka
- Mysterious rock outcroppings
- Lieutenant Guy Swimware & “Jude The Obscure”
- Shark vs. Scotsman
- It’s a SKULL!
A brief, live interview with Steve Zavattero calling us live from the Coachella Music & Arts Festival as Depeche Mode takes the stage. Live.
photo by attack cat
Who doesn’t love rigid airships?
I sure do love them.
This week’s rabbit + crow podcast is the first in a 12-part series powerfully entitled …
… THE WRETCHED GOO OF THE IMAGINATION.
Our first episode features a flight aboard my very own dirigible. I bid you join me for a cozy chat high above the clouds. I will tell you all kinds things about me. All kinds of things. And you will tremble.
This weekend is the Scriptwriters Showcase
, 3 days of seminars, panels, and guest speakers at the Universal Sheraton here in Los Angeles. I will be moderating the panel called “The Videogame Generation” (hence this week’s gaming theme).
Tickets are still available. It’s $149 for the whole 3 days – unless you are a student, in which case it’s $99 – or unless you have the SECRET DISCOUNT CODE.
Using the SECRET DISCOUNT CODE will get the regular admission fee down from $149 to $129. But, per Warren: “If you search around on the net, you’ll likely find a code that gets it down to $99, as many organizations have offered codes in the past.”
Recorded in the Fortress of Destitude, high below the Hollywood Hills, here is a fine podcast in which I discourse upon the Scriptwriters Showcase as well as – what else? – the President and the Cat Situation …
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