In the Time Zone

with Victor Enns

TIME ZONE COMING SOON

This is a trailer for my first podcast. I plan to post the entire ten-minute video with a link on Wednesday July 22nd.

ENVOI* (Podcast) Productions launches Episode A on JULY 22nd.

Envoi is is coming back! Have decided to retrieve the name and use it for whatever I do that’s outside of the pages of a book or magazine. We are within hours of completing our first 10 minute podcast.  Sue Foley Deborah Coleman and Roxanne Potvin have a wicked instrumental which is our  theme music (with permission) called “Time Bomb; and used for the thirty second opening animation by Murray Toews and the very short film by Nikkel’s “Killing Time” at the end.

Murray also provides still graphic images, and I’ve worked with Murray before. He supplied this imagine based on a dream I had. I have imagined, created, written, the words, and I do get screen time.

The filmmakers are Kevin Nikkel (Camera) and Cayden Nikkel, who is starting out looking for archival film to use and handling the recording and editing. I’ve known Kevin since my days at the Winnipeg Film Group, but I haven’t worked with him before.

We’ve discovered one thing, I am fussy about details after all.

The first podcast will be free and the ones following will depend a lot on finding some money to keep doing the other letters of the alphabet. People should see what it is that I’m doing when I am thinking outside the box. Then I’ll ask for support. As I said this one’s free! There will be a link on Facebook and on this page which will take you to the video. I’m thinking Instagram (which currently says that my account has been closed because I have violated standards, funny thing I haven’t posted on anything on Instagram ever. At least not that I can remember. I opened  an account, with the best intentions to use it. But there is only so much Time for optional striving.. But it will easily easily found and viewed and found. Relish is provide the website support.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* anybody remember the envoy poetry festival. It’s unlikely that you do because very few people came. It is a humbling experience. But a wonderful 60th birthday present. It cost me. 

 

Victor Enns reads and writes poetry and fiction. Afghanistan Confessions, poems in the voice of Canadian soldiers, was published in 2014, boy in 2012. Lucky Man (2005) was nominated for the McNally Robinson Manitoba Book of the Year award.