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Revision as of 18:45, 14 April 2021

The Joe Frank Wiki is a collaborative knowledge base dedicated to the work of pioneering radio artist Joe Frank.

This is a fan-maintained page, and as such is not directly affiliated with Joe Frank or joefrank.com. We welcome anyone who would like to participate.

To listen to Joe's material, visit joefrank.com. Numerous shows are available for free streaming. Site membership provides access to all of Joe's programs. Individual shows and series can also be purchased on CD and mp3 download. They make thoughtful gifts.

This site currently hosts 475 articles.

Programs by Type

Absurd Monologue (120 shows)

Serious Monologue (61 shows)

Improv Actors (57 shows)

Scripted Actors (46 shows)

Narrative Monologue (43 shows)

Karma Style (41 shows)

Real People (33 shows)

Panel Discussion (17 shows)

View all 19 types

Programs by Cast Member[1]

Arthur Miller (80 shows)

Larry Block (81 shows)

David Rapkin (62 shows)

Tim Jerome (40 shows)

Jack Kornfield (34 shows)

Lester Nafzger (21 shows)

Paul Mantell (21 shows)

Debi Mae West (20 shows)

View all 115 cast members

New Book: Joe Frank: Ascent

In this book, Jason Novak has adapted Frank’s sonic work for the page by providing a fresh stack of images representing the endless, hilarious, troubling details that Frank used to ground his most outlandish stories.

White Moon

Available now on YouTube: White Moon from Somewhere Out There, 1996

External links

  • The Joe Frank Index is a handy launchpad for exploring all Joe Frank shows by date, name, series, or type, with show-specific links to JoeFrank.com and the other resources including this Wiki, the FAQ, and the discussion groups.
  • Joe was interviewed by Terry Gross on Fresh Air


    1. This is a work in progress; we continue to update and finalize cast listings.