Sight & Sound

Here’s Jeff’s recent interview on the Toronto Jay Show, on (April 9, 2010), in which he discusses Grouch on a Couch, the local poetry scene and the mysterious presence of multiple hats.

Jeff is on starting at about 12:40, until about 23:10.

Here’s Jeff’s first interview with New York City-based host Eric L. Jones on (August 19, 2007), in which he talks about Guilt Pasta and dares to compare Brampton to Albany. There are also a few tracks from his first CD (Cracktastic!) on the show, along with some funky music:

And here’s a link to Jeff’s interview with Robin Vaughan-Williams on the Spoken Word Antics radio show on Sheffield Live!, in Sheffield, England (recorded March 13, 2007; aired the following April 5 and May 31), in which he talks about the limitations of slam poetry, explains the Perpetual Motion Roadshow and insults a much-loved Ottawa writer:

Spoken Word Antics

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Words, words, words

Here are a few examples of stuff written about Jeff (rather than by him)…

Lipstik Indie Reviews raved the chapbook edition of Grouch on a Couch in their April 2012 issue.
Here it be.

Dreadful Tales posted a review of the Fall 2011 Burning Effigy launch party on November 30, 2011, mentioning Jeff and featuring a video of him performing a scene from Grouch on a Couch.
Click here to see it.

Jeff got a complimentary mention in the November 24, 2011 blog entry by British poet Rob Hindle — a review of Skype Me!, a part-broadcast poetry event in Sheffield, England, in which Jeff took part.
Read it. mentioned Grouch on a Couch in their “Urban Planner” for July 26, 2010, which spotlighted the Bad Dog Theatre Short Play Festival.
Check it out here.

EYE WEEKLY, for which Jeff has written theatre and film reviews in the past, chose the Bad Dog festival as one of its Arts “Best Bets” for the week of July 22-28, 2010 — and mentioned “a certain unnamed TV grouch”…
Here’s the proof.

VIEW, Hamilton’s alternative weekly, mentioned Jeff and Grouch on a Couch in their July 8, 2010 Fringe preview by festival president Brian Morton. The print version of the article even included a photo of Jeff.
Here’s the online version.

Here’s Gary 17′s preview piece for Jeff’s second CD, Clown with a Coat Hanger:

“Guilty? Fiver? Sat it?”
How Yah Doon?, September 21, 2008

“Interview with Jeff Cottrill about Guilt Pasta, November 1, 2007

Review of Guilt Pasta
Lipstik Indie Reviews
, September 2007
(scroll down near the bottom)

“Travellin’ Satire”
The Montreal Mirror, June 15, 2006
(scroll down)