Hi There, Thanks a lot for visiting, I hope you’re doing well. I just wanted to take a second to say that I’m really excited about this summer and what I’m hoping to do with it. Drastic changes & improvements are heading to this site very soon, please stay tuned. Until then, I just wanted to highlight a few things you might be interested in:
--This Sunday 5/19: Grandma’s: The Basement Mixtape Vol. 2 8:30 at Grandma’s Basement Comedy Club in the Fenway. This is the 2nd edition of the monthly mixed-arts show I curate. This time around we've got stand-up from Jenny Zigrino & Nick Chambers, sketch comedy from Friends of Gertrude, Poet Ed Wilkinson, & a musical set from hip-hop artist Clinical. Try it, you'll like it.
--Tuesday 5/28 at Club Oberon in Cambridge Kick-Ass Art Party: Artists Collect for the One Fund This is going to be an amazing show in an amazing venue with a crazy roster of talented performers, and best of all, all of the proceeds go to a great charity benefiting those most affected by last month's events at the Marathon. Come out, be entertained, do some good. Everybody wins!
--WZBC 90.3FM Summer schedule is out. You can hear me on-air spinning new and exciting cuts plus old favorites all summer long. Mondays 5-7PM AND Tuesdays 3-5PM. My show isPhoton Pitch and I'm super psyched for my 3rd Boston summer in the studio. Check it.
In the meantime, please check out:
My Twitter: Where I Tweet Things (sometimes for laughs, sometimes to share cool stuff, often to avoid making direct eye contact with strangers in grocery store lines).
My Tumblr: Where I share and talk about things I find in books and on the Internet.
The Photon Pitch site: Dedicated to my weekly music radio show on WZBC Photon Pitch.
If you visited WesHazard.com intentionally (and I by no means take that for granted) these items might also be of interest to you:
Here's a video of me doing stand-up.
Here's me being interviewed for the Missouri Review's blog about poetry, publishing, and my recent chapbook A Month of Sundays.[
Here's me featured in The Boston Globe as one of 5 Boston Comedians to Watch (while making the same face I make when I find that there's free pizza in the break room).
Hey, fun news. My poetry chapbook Month of Sundays is available at the Grolier Poetry Book Shop in Harvard Sq. If you're in Cambridge, Massachusetts and at all interested in poetry about cyborgs, Hell, & relationships I'd say definitely check it out. It will set you back all of $2!
That's probably about enough me for now.
Thanks again for dropping by.