Featuring an updated cover by Nathan Caro Fréchette (based on the original by Jeff Minkevics) this 6 x 9 jacketed case laminate edition also features a gloss cover finish, slightly updated text, and a full index.
It’s available in several marketplaces online, but for the moment is featured best at Barnes & Noble. (Update: it’s now up on Amazon as well.)
The softcover edition is also available from Barnes & Noble and other online retailers.
And the ebook and audiobook editions are still out there as well. Happy reading!
What do a thief, wizards, a platypus, ghosts, soft drink salesmen, God, the devil, and a spaceman all have in common? Together they will make you laugh, think, sleep better, open your mind, spark your imagination, and quite possibly improve your complexion* as Joe Mahoney brings them all vividly to life in this humorous and thoughtful collection of seven tales of the fantastic.
Whenever I was responsible for an on-air radio production fault, I was required to fill out a form called a Trouble Report Follow-up. Here’s one for an issue I was responsible for on Stuart McLean‘s The Vinyl Cafe. As you will see, the consequences of making such a mistake on air were quite dire.
Please answer the following questions providing as much detail as you can.
PART A – Forthe person responsible.
Which fault are you reporting on?
Saturday May 15/04 9:05 out of Toronto MCR The Vinyl Cafe
What caused the fault? Please be specific.
The Toronto MCR tech considered the show levels a tad low, maybe 2dB low I believe he said. He boosted the levels using an analog DA before the show aired.
Have you experienced a similar fault recently? What was the cause?
Is the supervisor aware of the fault?
I expect so.
What can be done to correct the cause of this fault?
I will ensure that future show levels are a tad hotter. Also, as punishment, the boys in master control will not allow me to consume any master control cake for the week of the fault.