KNYO FM

Listen to my Tales Over the Airwaves! Hosted by Marco Angelo McClean, out of Ft. Bragg, Mendocino County, California, every Friday evening. As of March 3rd 2017, I am honored to have him read one of my gay tales, poems, essays or letters, maybe as frequently as every week…who knows? Or at least until he grows tired of my delusionary fits of literary twaddle.

KNYO is an independent radio station, free of government or corporate intrusion. Mr. McClean’s weekly show, “Memo of the Air” is an award winning (at least it should be, in my surmisal) eclectic presentation of readings interspersed with musical interludes of a most unique brand. He narrates select news articles, local community comments and essays, along with original works by clever authors, most of whom are unknown.

I highly recommend you tune in to his show every Friday night, via live streaming audio. Or listen later at your convenience, to the podcast version of any previous show. That is: if you truly enjoy intelligent, thought provoking and quintessentially stellar broadcasting.

But if you’d rather skip right to my own authorial braggadocio so expertly narrated by one Marco Angelo McClean, scroll down below the KNYO logo. There you’ll find a growing list of clips featuring yours truly, and no one else. Click on any link that arouses you.

December 8, 2017: Listen to me read my tale of the gay underdog, “Down & Out in San Franshitsco,” followed by the usual bull-shooting with Marco. 30 minutes. Click here to listen.

December 1, 2017: Hear me read my very first tale from my growing collection, “Parables of the 21st Century,” entitled “The Little Angel Who Wouldn’t Fly.” Followed by some badinage with Marco (mostly my ranting on about society’s ills). 34 minutes. Click here to listen.

November 17, 2017: Hear me read my secret interviews of Vietnam Veteran patients back in 1985, when I visited gay Nam Vet hero and (later) anti-war activist, Randolph Louis Taylor at the VA hospital in D.C., after he shot himself in front of The Wall, and survived. It’s titled “VAMC Letters,” and is preceded by a brief chapter that sets the scene, called “Latest Gift.” 46 minutes. Click here to listen.

November 3, 2017: Listen to me read my futuristic fable, “Parable of the Laptop Billionaire,” then chat about this and that with Marco. The horrific current news, street people and homophobia are the main topics. 30 minutes. Click here to listen.

October 27, 2017: Marco narrates my spooky/poignant, medieval Welsh fable, ”Brian & the Werewolf.” 6 minutes. Click here to listen.

October 20, 2017: Marco reads my Halloweeny, real-life horror tale, ”The Calls from County Jail.” 13 minutes of pure terror. Click here to listen.

October 13, 2017: Another of my real life horror tales, ”The Screaming Machete,” read by Marco. 13 minutes. Click here to listen.

October 6, 2017: Hear me narrate my real life horror tale, ”Skin in the Box” (not for the faint of heart) followed by some airwave chat with Marco. 24 minutes. Click here to listen.

September 29, 2017: Listen to Marco give voice to my naughty spoof, ”I Love Gay Mecca.” 6 minutes of ear-popping queer debauchery. Click here to listen.

September 22, 2017: Hear me read my cosmic Native American tale, ”Grandfather & Grandson,” plus chatting with Marco about my homeless friend Zach, and other matters. 24 minutes. Click here to listen.

September15, 2017: Listen to Marco narrate my racy restaurant rollick, ”Cruising Howard’s.” 7 minutes. Click here to listen.

September 8, 2017: Hear me read my tale, ”Hilarious Respite,” wherein you learn of my many legends of the blue rose. And much more, much much more. 27 minutes. Click here to listen.

September 1, 2017: Marco narrates my uber-futuristic gay tale, ”Zeke is a Cookie Named Misfortune.” 11 minutes. Click here to listen.

August 25, 2017: Listen to me read my disgruntled essay, ”Down With The Rainbow Flag,” followed by amusing late-night banter with Marco. 35 minutes. Click here to listen.

August 18, 2017: Marco narrates part 2 of “Angus Mac Og’s Bounty,” a chapter from my self-published novel, “Free Me From This Bond” (11 minutes). Plus some funny comments about my authorial talents (1 minute). 12 minutes total. Click here to listen.

August 11, 2017: Hear me read the first part of “Angus Mac Og’s Bounty,” a chapter from my self-published novel, “Free Me From This Bond.” 6 minutes. Click here to listen.

August 4, 2017: Marco reads “The Phone Call,’” a chapter from my self-published novel, “Free Me From This Bond.” 20 minutes. Click here to listen.

July 28, 2017: Hear me narrate my prophetic sci-fi tale, “The Future Belongs to ‘Moi,’” plus some silly dialogue w/Marco before and after. 24 minutes. Click here to listen.

July 21, 2017: Hear Marco read my lip smackingly tasty indigenous fable, “A Native Breakfast.” 15 minutes. Click here to listen.

July 14, 2017: Hear me read my queer cyberpunk tale, “The Mighty Mouse Virus,” followed by my yammering about aimlessly, while Marco patiently abides my megalomaniac drivel. 48 minutes. Click here to listen.

July 7, 2017: Hear Marco read my latest true tale from the Castro, “Rays of Emerald.” 11 minutes. Click here to listen.

June 30, 2017: Hear me read one of my true tales from the Castro, “Birthday Magic,” preceded and followed by some silly badinage with Marco. 27 minutes. Click here to listen.

June 23, 2017: Hear Marco read my recent email, then part 2 of my latest Larkin adventure, “Hug of the Century.” 22 minutes. Click here to listen.

June 16, 2017: Listen to me narrate part 1 of my latest Larkin adventure, “Hug of the Century” (21 minutes.) Then I shoot the bull with Marco for the next 14 minutes, a chunk of which includes reading my gay Native American trickster tale, “My Best Friend Yote.” 33 minutes total. Click here to listen.

June 9, 2017: Marco reads part 2 of my outrageous tale of global, gay conquest, “The Mask of Horus.” 16 minutes. Click here to listen.

June 2, 2017: Marco reads part 1 my outrageous tale of global, gay conquest, “The Mask of Horus.” 12 minutes. Click here to listen.

May 26, 2017: Marco reads my biblical queer-revelatory chapter, “Dragon Prophecy.” 16 minutes. Click here to listen.

May 19, 2017: Marco reads my mythological Greek romp , “How I Acquired the Cloak of Invisibility, and the First Thing I Did With It.” 12 minutes. Click here to listen.

May 12, 2017: Marco reads my true tale of gay police puppy love and hilarity, “A Quiet Night at Mission Station.” 16 minutes. Click here to listen.

May 5, 2017: Marco reads my sci-fi spoof of intergalactic gay conquest and tomfoolery, “Don’t Mess With My Buddy!” 6 minutes. Click here to listen.

April 28, 2017: Marco reads my tale of romantic, gay fluffery, “But It Won’t Make Me Happy.” 8 minutes. Click here to listen.

April 21, 2017: First, Marco reads an uproarious critique of LGBT’s by a misguided Catholic woman, then he reads my essay, “The New GOP Meme.” 12 minutes. Click here to listen.

April 14, 2017: Marco reads my Medi-Cal rant, then my queer dystopian bathroom essay, “It’s the Restrooms, Stupid.” 7 minutes. Click here to listen.

April 7, 2017: Marco reads parts 3-6 of my time-travel adventure, “Zeke’s Last Supper.” 19 minutes. Click here to listen.

March 31, 2017: Marco reads parts 1 & 2 of my time-travel adventure, “Zeke’s Last Supper.” 22 minutes. Click here to listen.

March 24, 2017: Marco reads my uni-corny tale, “The Exalted Land of Andor.” 9 minutes. Click here to listen.

March 17, 2017: Marco reads my Luciferian fable, “The Origin of Evil.” 6 minutes. Click here to listen.

March 10, 2017: Marco interviews me over the telly. 38 minutes. Click here to listen.

March 3, 2017: Marco reads from chapter 1 of my book, “Free Me From This Bond.” 21 minutes. Click here to listen.

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