Author Archives: Hypermark

Washing the Stress Away at Ojo Caliente

Two days punishing our bodies on the exhilarating slopes at Taos ski village. Another day traversing the Rio Grande Gorge from Pilar to the Gorge Bridge on mountain bikes. Nearly 40 miles for a round-trip of muscle-straining cycling.  And finally, a day of white-water rafting the Rio Grande from Razorblades to The Box to to […]

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A Midsummer’s Night Picnic

While the date may vary slightly from year to year, the summer solstice, also known as midsummer, officially marks the first day of the summer season. The summer solstice occurs when the orbit and axial tilt of the planet positions our hemisphere closer to the sun than at any other point during our yearly trek […]

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I, Biscuit

In this podcast, Hyperliterature Presents “I, Biscuit,” which is the audio version of a short story I wrote several months ago. You can download it from iTunes here. This short story was inspired by a couple of things. First, it’s obviously a play on Isaac Asimov’s classic I, Robot, and the story does make use of Asimov’s […]

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A Night With The Homegrown Revival: Food, Conversation, & Community

Leigh and I have been attending The Homegrown Revival’s dinners for nearly two years now. We’ve only missed a couple during that time, and I start to get a little antsy if too many days tick by without seeing The Homegrown Revival Team and the Revivalists. The friends. The food. The conversations. Breaking bread and […]

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Tales from the GAM: Little Bucky Edition

In this podcast, Hyperliterature Presents Tales from the GAM Little Bucky Edition. Click here to download it from iTunes. During Tales from the GAM episodes I sit down with old friends, and we discuss what it was like growing up in Gholson and Aquilla, two small Texas towns. Returning this episode is Jason Olson, whom […]

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Tim Braun & Fusebox Wrap-up

In this podcast, Hyperliterature Presents Tim Braun and a Fusebox Festival Wrap-up. Tim Braun is the Editor-in-Chief of New and Social Media for the Fusebox Festival. We recorded this podcast on the last day of the the festival after having eaten a bag full of breakfast tacos, and we spend this podcast discussing Fusebox Festival and […]

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Highway to Hell?

Now that charges have officially been filed against Dzohkhar Tsarnaev, I’m sure that we’ll soon be overwhelmed with the many arguments regarding his future punishment. Since the federal government intends to try him for the use of a weapon of mass destruction and the malicious destruction of property resulting in a death, there’s certainly the […]

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Hank Cathey

In this podcast episode Hyperliterature Presents Hank Cathey from The Fusebox Festival’s Digestible Feats. Hank is the Culinary Arts Coordinator for the culinary branch of The Fusebox Festival, and I’ve wanted to have him on the podcast since I started this little venture. Hank is such a fun guy, and we mostly discuss The Fusebox […]

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The Homegrown Revival

In this podcast episode Hyperliterature Presents The Homegrown Revival, click here to subscribe in iTunes, I had the pleasure of talking with Sonya Cote, executive chef at Hillside Farmacy and the executive chef and owner of the upcoming Eden East restaurant. She’s such a lovely, amazing woman. And talented. She’s crazy talented. We talk about […]

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Discussions on Gender

In my newest podcast episode Hyperliterature Presents Discussions on Gender, I sit down with four lovely ladies to discuss gender in the 21st century. I learned many things about my female compatriots, not least of which was that I am overly sensitive to gender. Guess I should limit the number of Buffy marathon sessions. Enjoy.

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