The Scrambler- Bloggystyle
March 1, 2008
February 28, 2008
March Issue 16
A few days early, but the March Issue 16 is online featuring poetry, audio and an interview with Sandra Beasley, art and an interview with Patricia Deese, a poem by Aaron Dailey, art by Valado Mori and our monthly Playlist.
Use this link: http://thescrambler.com/mar08.html
February 24, 2008
February 12, 2008
Just a quick update as The Scrambler has some good news to share. One of our contributors, Ada Limón and her poem "The First" from our May 2007 Issue 10 was a finalist in the second annual
Best of the Net 2007 competition just released today (scroll down a bit after opening that link).
Congrats Ada, you deserve it.
February 2, 2008
February Issue 15 of The Scrambler magazine now online
The new issue of The Scrambler with a few new features is out. We have started an audio archive of some of our writers reading their poems and stories. We have only added 1 author so far, but be on the lookout as each month now we will be adding the files as MP3's so that means you can not only read their stories and poems, but now you can listen to or download the files to playback on your I-Pod or MP3 player.
The February Issue features poetry and audio by Trevor Calvert, a movie review of The Great Debaters by Heather Craig, ruminations by Stuart Napshaw, artwork by Aaron Dailey and our Playlist of recommended songs by Melanie Uyeda.
Thanks and enjoy.
Click on this link for the issue: http://www.thescrambler.com/feb08.html
January 28, 2008
The blog is back...
Even though it has always been here, now I am back in the blogosphere. I will not be blogging all of the time but will be enough so that there will be a new post often, at least weekly. So add us to your RSS feeder or bookmark the page because new content is coming soon. Also The Scrambler zine has many new issues since last time you probably checked. Also for 2008, we will be adding many new features to the magazine.
May 1, 2007
New Scrambler Issue featuring Ada Limón
Go to www.thescrambler.com to check out the new May issue featuring an interview with and the poetry of Ada Limón. Also a drawing by Chris Wilson.
March 28, 2007
Last night we saw Brazilian musician and Minister of Culture Gilberto Gil. The show was outstanding, he played for almost 2 hours. He mainly sang in Portuguese and played music from Brazil including his famous Aquele Abraco. But he also played a Beatles song and 2 Bob Marley songs. At least half of the audience was Brazilian and had very good energy. He encouraged everyone to sing and Gil interacted well with the crowd. It was a great time and I highly recommend seeing this legend in person for yourself if you have the chance. Enjoy the 2 pics.