The Vigilante Project, interview with creator Chris Dickens

Frame from the Vigilante Project

In August, we talked to Chris Dickens, creator of the Vigilante Project, of which there were many things to discuss.  A lawsuit had just been filed to protect the comic so we discussed how important it is not only to protect your work, but to make sure you give credit where credit is due.  Also, SDCC had just come and gone where […]

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Actor. Writer. Whatever., interview with author Mellini Kantayya

Mellani Kantayya.Credit_Deborah_Lopez

I was passed on the book, Actor Writer Whatever by Mellini Kantayya by the folks at the morning show.  They thought she would be a good fit for our show, and she most certainly was!  I can’t tell you how much I love this book and would recommend it to anyone who is even the least bit creative. About Actor. […]

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Supernatural Law, interview with creator Batton Lash

Supernatural Law

Cat met Batton Lash while doing interviews for the Geek Girl Project.  He was such a character, that after his Kickstarter for his new book, the Monsters Meet on Court Street, we invited him on the show to talk about it.  He also called in to talk about another book, The Werewolf of New York.  Both are part of his series, […]

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Warm Bodies, interview with author Isaac Marion

author Isaac Marion

One of my favorite books in 2013 was called Warm Bodies, which was also turned into a major motion picture.  It is a zombie love story.  Isaac Marion, author of the book, called in to talk about the story, what’s coming, and how he feels about having his novel turned into film. About Warm Bodies: “Scary, funny, and surprisingly poignant, […]

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Voice Acting for Dummies, interview with author Stephanie Cicarelli

Stephanie Ciccarelli

Stephanie Ciccarelli and her husband are the co-founders of Voices.com and co-wrote Voice Acting for Dummies together.  She called in to talk about the book, Voices.com, the current trends in voiceovers, and her background.  We had a really great chat. About Voice Acting for Dummies: “With step-by-step explanations and an abundance of examples, Voice Acting For Dummies is the ultimate […]

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Spit and Passion, interview with author Cristy C Road

We had  Cristy C Road on to talk about her graphic novel, Spit and Passion.  The story is autobiographical about her life growing up lesbian, Cuban, and her connection the band Greenday.  Her band, the Homewreckers, was also a topic of discussion.  About Cristy C Road: “Cristy C. Road is floating in a pool of her own blood, sweat, and occasional tears. […]

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Marbles, Interview with author Ellen Forney

Ellen Forney

Author Ellen Forney called in to discuss her graphic memoir, “Marbles. Mania, Depression, Michaelangelo, and Me.”  Entertainment Weekly called the book, “Visually radiant and vividly told…” About Marbles: “Darkly funny, intensely personal, and visually dynamic, Forney’s graphic memoir provides a visceral glimpse into the effects of a mood disorder on the artist’s work. Her story seeks the answer to this […]

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Lola & Lucy’s Big Adventure, interview with developer Jane Jensen

Lola & Lucy's Big Adventure

Jane Jensen, half of the husband/wife creative team behind Pinkerton Road called in to talk about their latest app, Lola & Lucy’s Big Adventure.  It’s an interactive story for iPad: “This is the first release from Pinkerton Road, a new game development studio based in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. The studio is run by a husband and wife team, Robert Holmes and […]

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Silver Circle Movie, Interview with marketing manager Megan Duffield

Silver Circle Movie

Show number one and our very first guest was Megan Duffield from the Silver Circle Movie [HD]. According to their website Megan is: “Megan is the all-powerful Marketing Manager. She’s an event plannin’, bloggin, tweetin, facebookin’ ninja…not to mention a defender of liberty who rocks the dance floor. She’s a threat.” Silver Circle is a movie that looks like a comic […]

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