‘Zounds! scene two availabe

Greetings Bard Brawlers.

For those eagerly awaiting the arrival of Act III of Richard II, fear not; it will soon ring out on podcast speakers around the globe.

In the meantime, you can purchase the journal that has occupied so much of our lives for the past month as ‘Zounds! Act I, scene ii is now available:

Click the button and let 'Zounds! be yours.
Click the button and let ‘Zounds! be yours.

Special thanks to the staff at Brutopia for hosting the launch, and to Andre Simoneau and Brendt Thomas Diabo for playing.

Brendt Thomas Diabo playing the 'Zounds Launch.
Brendt Thomas Diabo playing the ‘Zounds Launch.
CCCCEO Eric Jean going over the finer points of Shakespeare
CCCCEO Eric Jean going over the finer points of Shakespeare
Poet and singer/songwriter Andre Simoneau takes the mic
Poet and singer/songwriter Andre Simoneau takes the mic
'Zounds! scene ii described by someone as "the greatest follow up to anything anywhere since Italy's 1938 World Cup run."
‘Zounds! scene ii described by someone as “the greatest follow up to anything anywhere since Italy’s 1938 World Cup run.”
Matching and dashing are Brawlers Jay Reid and Amrit Sanger.
Matching and dashing are Brawlers Jay Reid and Amrit Sanger.

 

Brutopia Brew Pub - 1219 rue Crescent, Montreal, Quebec H3G 2B1.
Brutopia Brew Pub – 1219 rue Crescent, Montreal, Quebec H3G 2B1.

BB: Short Poems, sonnets 1-17 Complete

Artwork - Leigh Macrae
Artwork – Leigh Macrae

This podcast did not upload to iTunes originally. I’m reposting in the hopes that I’ve corrected the problem. Apologies from the Bard Brawl.

– DJR.

A special treat today for those who like their poetry commentary-free: we’ve gathered up the first 17 sonnets together into one recording. If you haven’t had a chance to listen to these sonnets in order, here’s your chance!

Listen to or download Shakespeare’s first 17 sonnets.

 

For further discussion of the sonnets, visit past podcasts/blog posts below:

Sonnets 1-5

Sonnets 6-11

Sonnets 12-17

Next week: back to our regularly scheduled program when we start one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays.

But you’ll have to tune in to find out which one!

artwork - Leigh McRae
Artwork – Leigh Macrae

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