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So Let's Get To The Point

@TheKennEdwards talks to whoever he needs to to get out whatever he needs to say, and finds out way more from them than he ever knew. What started as an uncertain experiment has grown to a plunge through the self-masturbatory nature of a man who fell in love with his own show. Follow Kenn Edwards through life as he struggles as an amateur artist, trying to find his way. Forget structure - the only regular thing you can expect is a general aura of positivity. Other than that - subject matter, release frequency, episode length - anything goes, all dependent on what each episode calls for. The trek is a familiar one, but I've made the story my own. Come follow along.
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Now displaying: March, 2014
Mar 21, 2014

It's the 2-year anniversary episode! Kenn visits Jay & Silent Bob's Secret Stash in Red Bank, NJ to record an intro with Walt Flanagan, Ming Chen, and Mike Zapcic from Kenn's favorite podcast Tell 'Em Steve-Dave & AMC's Comic Book Men, then sits down with four previous SLGttP guests to walk down memory lane, play games, and celebrate in general hilarity together. The headlining podcast guests are: Christian Cooke - going out with a bang on his last show before moving out of Virginia, Tom & Rosy Wagoner - reprising their roles as excellent cohosts and cohorts as deemed in last year's anniversary episode, and Darryl Anthony James Jr. in his most candid appearance on the podcast yet. Much fun is had. Then! As a bonus, Kenn brings on a surprise mystery guest for his podcast outro to reveal plans they have for an upcoming project...

Mar 13, 2014

Kenn drove to Pittsburgh to talk to writer/friend Eric Sipple about the struggles of artistic pursuit, the writing process, LOST, and his YA novel, Broken Magic! 

Mar 1, 2014

Though it acts as the closing chapter of a podcast trilogy, this episode works well as a stand-alone, too! Kenn has one of the deepest discussions on the podcast yet, as regulars Christian Cooke and Tom & Rosy Wagoner explore deep down the rabbit hole of existentialism with him. PLUS! Hear Rosy's second ever open-mic set, and the first comedy set Kenn has ever felt totally awesome about! 

This is one of the good ones, guys. Strap in.

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