Welcome to Anomalous, where we look at events and circumstances in a world that doesn't always make sense. firstname.lastname@example.org
We end our series at what has been called "the weirdest place on the planet" and boy does it live up to its name. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anomalous/message
We take a trip to Arizona this week to learn about one of the most strange homesteads in America with some of the most wild stories you'll here in a scenario like this. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anomalous/message
The boys take a look at one of the most bizarre construction projects in America. www.facebook.com/groups/anomalouspodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anomalous/message
A brief jaunt into a few of the worlds most perplexing mental disorders --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anomalous/message
One of the most intriguing events we've run across in a long time. 11 bodies, 11 diaries, 11 pipes, and one "closed" case that is still baffling people. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anomalous/message
We go over some quick space mysteries then handle some exciting housekeeping. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anomalous/message
We had a little fun with this one to get into the swing of podcasting. Again for me, the first time for Matt. Enjoy these ridiculous theories as we prepare to maybe do a show properly next time. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anomalous/message
Technical difficulties --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anomalous/message
After a long time and a lot of insanity, Anomalous is back with a format change and some fresh eyes. Welcome back. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anomalous/message
Poetry by Oswald del Noce and poetry by Dagmara Kraus in translation by Joshua Daniel Edwin.
Mary Wilson's three poems First Permission, Sam, and Tom; Lindsay Merbaum's The Giver.
Leigh Phillips reads her poem Involuntary Memory Sequence and Phillip Erfan's untitled story is read by an Anomalous editor.
Memoir-in-verse by Rebecca Ansorge and an essay by Valerie Arvidson.
David Shook reads his poems Fourth Tenochitlan and Like Asterisks and Jamie Olson reads his translations of Irina Yevsa's poems Don't White, Just Eat Your Soup, South Station and How are things in Eden?
Kyle Hemmings reads his poems Bedbugs and Gross Fable 2 and Kari Larsen reads her short fiction work Van's Friend in the City.
Poetry by Chris Siteman and short fiction by M. Lewis.
Hai-Dang Phan translating from Vietnamese the poetry of Phan Nhiên H?o and a short story by Dana P. Diehl.
Poetry by D.E. Steward & Melanie Notel read by the authors.
Short fiction by Melissa Bobe and poetry by David Shook and Donald Dunbar, read by the authors.
Mad lib poems by Russell Jaffe and short creative nonfiction by Kendra Greene, read by the authors.
Inaugural issue of Anomalous Press with readings of fiction by Sarah Tourjee, nonfiction by Kendra Greene and poetry by Patrick Swaney.