The second leg of Daedalus Howell's guest-hosting gig on KSRO's The Drive with Steve Jaxon. Will the station still be standing? Will the FCC storm the gates? Tune in to 103.5 FM or 1350 AM.
Daedalus Howell guest-hosts KSRO's The Drive with Steve Jaxon while Mr. Jaxon and producer Mike DeWald go on their annual East Coast adventure. Hijinks will ensue. Tune in to 103.5 FM or 1350 AM.
Spring was an annual inspiration for poet e.e. cummings, Daedalus Howell will read a cycle of cumming's Spring-themed poetry at the precise moment of the Vernal Equinox in California time.
In light of President Trump’s recent attempt to implement a “travel ban,” conceptual artists Daedalus Howell and Karen Hell are hosting “Airport Bar.” A participatory public performance, “Airport Bar” invites the public to acknowledge what it means to be trapped in the bureaucratic purgatory of international travel in the only place where humanity still feels as one when traveling – the airport bar.
We know what stories are and we know the essence of how they’re produced – but we haven’t explored the “why” of story – why it works, why it’s used and why it’s one of the salient features of being human…
Once again, one of my favorite ways to spend an afternoon in Sonoma County – keeping the seat warm for host and pal Steve Jaxon his popular afternoon drive-time radio show. Featuring the Thursday Brew-Ha-Ha and others.
Your favorite author will be guesting at this auspicious North Bay event. Details to come.
A step by step guide to getting your podcast out of your mind and into the earbuds of the world. Led by Daedalus Howell of the Culture Dept. podcast, this brass tacks, no frills, survey of microphones, remote interviews, recording, editing and hosting, is designed to get you on iTunes and beyond with minimal hassle.
Author Daedalus Howell leads fiction writers through a candid exploration of where their work and lives intersect and how best to tell their stories and not have to split town.
Write Who You Know: How to Use Your Personal Life in Your Fiction Without Ruining Your Relationships
From the roman à clef to so-called “autobiographical fiction," authors are often tempted to use their own autobiographies in their work. As Anne Lamott writes, “If people wanted you to write warmly about them, they should have behaved better.” That said, what are the possible pitfalls, legal concerns, and the inevitable joys of pursuing your artistic truth despite friends, family and facts? Author Daedalus Howell leads fiction writers through a candid exploration of where their work and lives intersect and how best to tell their stories and not have to split town.
Daedalus Howell will appear at the upcoming second annual Sonoma County Local Author Showcase & Symposium is set for Saturday, April 2, 2016 at the Forum Room of the Rohnert Park-Cotati Regional Library. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is free and open to the public.
Daedalus Howell returns as the host the 2016 North Bay Bohemian "Best Of" Awards gala.
The Five-Minute Film Festival is a countywide event that provides an opportunity for K-12 students to demonstrate learning in a 21st century context and showcase their work in front of a community audience.
Sonoma County author and media entrepreneur Daedalus Howell will present a keynote on civic engagement at the 2nd Annual Civics Camp, an annual opportunity for North Bay youth to connect with community leaders, hosted by California State Assemblymember Marc Levine. Howell will explore civic engagement as an act of individuation that goes beyond merely clicking something on social media.
Author Daedalus Howell reads and sign paperbacks of his sci-fi crime novel, Quantum Deadline, at Marin County's beloved literary landmark Depot Bookstore and Cafe. Located in an historic train stop in downtown Mill Valley, "The Depot" was a second home for Howell when he briefly lived on Mt. Tamalpais in the Summer of 2000. Q&A to follow. Visit DepotBookstore.com for more information.
17th century playwright William Congreve's play Love for Love is all but forgotten but a particular turn of phrase endures. Mr. Tattle (described in the dramatis personae as a "half-witted beau, vain of his amours, yet valuing himself for secrecy") planted one on Ms. Prue ("a silly, awkward country girl") who subsequently shared news of the smooch (with her mom!). His immortal admonition thereafter? "O fie, Miss, you must not kiss and tell."
The Sonoma Writers Workshop, celebrates the notion of being indiscrete about one's indiscretions on the eve of Valentine's Day at BUMP Cellars. They not only kiss and tell, they write poetry and fiction about it as part of their standing-room-only series of wine country readings.
As always, members of the local literary community are invited to share original work that aligns with the theme following the performance. A limited-edition collectible anthology will be available with purchase of a glass of wine at the venue. Sharing the bill are writers AJ Petersen, Stacey Tuel, Lisa Summers, Jonah Raskin and Daedalus Howell, who will also host the event.
Writer Daedalus Howell joins California College of the Arts assistant professor Graham Plumb to explore how story informs interaction design using a variety of narrative tools in an intimate seminar setting.
Daedalus Howell returns to his old haunt, Sonoma, CA, (the subject of his award-winning essay collection I Heart Sonoma), to introduce his latest novel, Quantum Deadline, to Wine Country. As per tradition, there will be a wine reception followed by a reading, Q&A and signing. Come share a glass and a laugh with Sonoma's vintage author.
Author Daedalus Howell pays a visit to the Outer Planes – not the intangible realms of esoteric philosophy and forgotten gods – but Sonoma County's beloved comics and games emporium. Howell will read and sign copies of Quantum Deadline for fellow travelers in speculative fiction, parallel universes and the dark places that lay between.
With Halloween, Dios De Los Muertas and Witchie Poo lurking on the autumnal horizon, your favorite local writers have harvested a haunt of new works to delight, fright and enlight for one night only.
Members of the local literary community are invited to share their similarly themed works following the performance. A limited-edition collectible anthology will be available with purchase of a glass of wine at the venue. Sharing the bill are writers AJ Petersen, Stacey Tuel, Lisa Summers, Jonah Raskin and Daedalus Howell, who will also host the event.
Petaluma's own Daedalus Howell will read from, answer questions about, and generally entertain us all by discussing his new book, Quantum Deadline, a noir science fiction genre-bender. Always entertaining on paper, Howell is just as fun in person – truly one of our most inspiring local authors!