“Games like poker are no longer being defined by the table.”
TRAGEDY QUEENS is an anthology of stories inspired by two of my favorite muses. I have always been drawn to dark feminine archetypes.
Meet the authors that rocked my world. They will rock yours too.
Being on Get Lit is like talking to the cool girl in the bar bathroom, only you’re talking about literature and other awesome shit instead of crying about something.
“One of the best rockabilly singles from this decade is from Kesha’s last album, Rainbow.”
“Tiamat is like Marilyn Manson for metalheads.”
Christoph Paul gives you recording tips and shares his experience of awesome, horrible, and bad recording sessions.
“I Will Buy You a New Life” is the most moving rock song of the 1990s about desperation and relationships.
A compare and contrast of Miley Cyrus’ Malibu and Chelesa Wolfe’s Spun
“After bathing in the blood of several children.”
“Roswell drops her beautiful, angelic, vocals into songs of grace, and then lifts them when the blistering vibe is needed.”
This is awesome!
He’s reconciled the misanthrope and the romantic in a way that doesn’t feel uneven.
I enjoyed rambling through a wide range of topics.
LET’S GET WITCHY!
“This movie is OUT THERE. It is dark and funny and to top it all, it is a musical.”
“Shared weirdness in a damp Necon hotel room.”
“Mad Max: Fury Road level survival intensified by the worst Burning Man acid trip.”
“TRAGEDY QUEENS is an anthology that brings together two powerful muses.”
“I don’t know if Josh is still sober, but it sounds like he’s getting a good high playing this song.”
“Politics and punk go hand and hand.”
“Easily the most bizarre conversation I’ve ever been a part of.”
“Aliens don’t give a fuck about you.”
“She is not scared of owning her badness or her goodness.”
“Sorry KatyCats, I think I might have just switched alliances.”
“How cool would it be if you actually got Cher to do a poetry zine for one of the Ladybox releases?”
“Then somebody, I don’t remember who, started playing “I Wanna Be Your Dog” by The Stooges.”
Take a trip to the METAL side of LIT
“Being on this podcast made me feel like I fell into some weird Loony Tunes wormhole.”
“I was a religious little boy and thought Guns N’ Roses were nothing but sinners and going to hell.”
“I can’t untangle my queerness from my politics or my magickal practice.”
“Bet it feels good to smash up a toilet.”
“Kathleen Hanna never stops. She can’t be kept down.”
“You can probably read the book faster than an acid trip lasts .”
“I try to meditate on talking bats and planets made of chocolate as much as possible, so that my ratio of bizarre to boring will tip further into the strange.”
“The Swedish Academy is full of elderly individuals who are apparently too tired to read thick novels.”
“In the mid 1970s, record stores and radio stations around the country started receiving copies of a 12-inch single.”
“CLASH wants your creepy stories!”
“Hey, so I was wonderin’, do you think I can maybe get backstage?”
“I know what you’re thinking: why Kid Rock? Why not Limp Bizkit or Uncle Kracker or some other horrible nü-metal band scraped out of the armpit of the late 90s?”
“I haven’t actually heard the album but, wait. Don’t stop there?”
“Shit… I’m exhausted from listening to this record.”