S02E04 CLX – Jessie Rommelt, Lillian Denhardt, Phyllis Kim

Today I talk to the founders of the Creative Labor Exchange, Jessie Rommelt, Lillian Denhardt and Phyllis Kim

Come to the launch party on September 5th, 2014, at Bunker Projects (5106 Penn Ave).

Visit their website: [http://www.clxpgh.org/]

Join the Facebook group: [https://www.facebook.com/groups/creativelaborexchange/]

Read the essay by Casey Droege that I quoted in the monologue.

Find out more about Bunker Projects, another endeavor co-founded by Jessie Rommelt.

You can get your own cricket cookies here, and there are energy bars made with cricket flour out there as well. And maybe someday you won’t think eating bugs is gross. Until then, Jessie recommends the movie Snowpiercer, where they evidently make some kind of gross sounding plum jelly out of bugs for the “other half” to eat.

Your reading assignment about James Rhodes, the pianist Phyllis brought up towards the end. Book Club!

If you still haven’t, subscribe to the podcast on iTunes (link opens in iTunes)

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