Monday, November 20, 2006

Shameless Self-Promotion

Tis the season for shameless self-promotion, no?

Actually, I'm under deadline to get two texts written and have to process my scouting in Chicago this past weekend, so today's post will be a short pointer to
this interview with yours truly with the immensely talented New York arts write Shane McAdams for the local paper Chelsea Now. Much of it is stuff you've read here before, but some might be new...

Regular posting to resume tomorrow.



Anonymous bambino said...

Congradulations EW

11/20/2006 10:57:00 AM  
Blogger onesock said...

Very cool! Hey I also saw your article in the latest CAA newsletter. It was about artist resumes and was taken from a former post of yours. How cool is that?
Have fun in the Windy City. Go heckle those Bad At Sports guys!

11/20/2006 12:03:00 PM  
Blogger jafabrit said...

enjoyed your self promotion ;), seriously great interview and great blog.

11/20/2006 12:33:00 PM  
Anonymous David said...

1.) Edward Winkleman

Glad you mentioned the sheep's eyes, EW. It adds to your street cred :)

11/20/2006 01:08:00 PM  
Anonymous bambino said...

I couldn't believed that when I read it. I guess you are going to stick with that story till our next trip back, so you can try horse this time :P

11/20/2006 01:36:00 PM  
Blogger Edward_ said...

what do you mean "stick with that story"?

That implies it might not be true, which you know it is, because you ate the other half of the eyeball, askim...

Do you mean, am I going to keep repeating that story? Because if that's the question...then the answer is "yes"'s much better than any other story I have in my repetoire at the moment, until the horse, that is...

I know it seems fairly normal for you, bambino, but for me, I would have guessed "no" if anyone had asked me 5 years ago if I would ever find myself eating sheep eyes, let alone in Kyrgyzstan.

Thanks for all the kind responses to the interview, btw...David're making me, wait, that's just wind burn from Chicago.

11/20/2006 02:00:00 PM  
Anonymous David said...

Bambino, it's probably best not to tell us that stuff now. Wait 'til EW is really famous, and then sell your shocking expose to the highest bidder :)

11/20/2006 04:46:00 PM  
Blogger carla said...

Now David is making me blush.

11/20/2006 06:55:00 PM  
Anonymous David said...

Carla, before you jump to that conclusion, check and see if you're in Chicago.

11/20/2006 07:09:00 PM  
Blogger Nancy Baker, aka Rebel Belle said...

Loved the article. Shame McAdams mentioned me in it.

Now that's SHAMELESS self-promotion!

11/20/2006 08:47:00 PM  
Blogger onesock said...

Holy Honey Smacks! If I had read CAREFULLY yesterday I would have seen that Ed WENT to Chicago! Im such a putz.

WHat was that saying again?
Reading is Fun and Gentle?
or was it
Reading is Gun and Lentle?
or was it
Reading is Hun and Yentle?
or was it
Reading is Pun and Genital?

I give up.

11/21/2006 09:13:00 AM  
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Thank you,

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12/23/2006 03:58:00 PM  

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