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A Podcast of Poetry and the Arts. A creative variety show centered around poetry, both literary and performance-based. The Graveyard Cowboy and Clint Sabom share listener poems, offer abstract commentary, and read from the classics on this carnival-sideshow-themed poetry podcast.

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A very brief and spontaneous field interview with our fashion correspondent Kyle "Mangey" Washam. The Graveyard Cowboy Poetry Show is an ongoing podcast and publication of the Arts. Its sideshow versions feature comedic, absurdist... more

An interview with Young Adult Writer Alexander Mori. The Graveyard Cowboy Poetry Show is an ongoing podcast, publication, and live theater act. For more information and the chance to participate yourself, please visit,... more

This is an interview episode of The Graveyard Cowboy Poetry Show where Clint interviews novelist and blogger Mark Hull, talks about self-publishing, blogging, and the new world of fiction and book-promoting. The interview is candid and... more

Clint and Graveyard do reading and commentary on Gertrude Stein and Nathaniel Mackey. Graveyard tells a story of when Clint met poet and mythologist Robert Bly. Also, a listener email is read on air and a W.B. Yeats poem gets The... more

Clint and The Graveyard Cowboy read listener poems, share audio clips, and talk about the new home studio. Graveyard tells a story about Clint's adventures in London, and he gives updates from the astral plane about the good... more

A live broadcast on BlogTalkRadio, the sidshow continues. New sequences involve listener participation, and a feature on the Unabomber during our 'Controversy On The Carousel' segment. The Graveyard Cowboy and Clint host... more

This episode was recorded live at ATL WEB RADIO, in an attempt to get better sound quality and commence a more crowd-stimulating series of podcasts. The Graveyard Cowboy Radio Show is an ongoing podcast. A Radio Carnival... more

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