Geeking Out, interview with Geek & Sundry vlogger Becca Canote

We’ve had several of the Geek & Sundry vloggers on the show and Becca Canote was another fun interview.  She hosts a show on the Geek & Sundry YouTube channel called Geeking Out. About Geeking Out: Hear about our favorite queer characters, past and present, in the latest installment of LGBT vlog, Geeking Out! From super powered teens to characters […]

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Crazy Bitches, interview with director Jane Clark

Director Jane Clark chats with us about her movie, Crazy Bitches which is now available on DVD and streaming. About Crazy Bitches: Filled with laughs, suspense, and well-crafted gore CRAZY BITCHES is a deep slasher that knows it’s roots and excels in the lavish world of horror”- Travis Brown, Horror Movies Uncut Check out the official website for all of […]

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Bringing It Home, interview with filmmaker Linda Booker

Still from Bringing It Home

Another film from the recently held SIFF 2014 was Bringing It Home.  We had filmmaker Linda Booker on to tell us all about it. About Bringing It Home: BRINGING IT HOME explores the question of why a crop with so many widespread benefits cannot be farmed in the United States by illustrating its history, current industries and talking to both […]

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The Polish Ambassador, interview with singer/songwriter Ayla Nereo

Ayla Nereo

A long time ago, I interviewed Ayla on Mornings in Sonoma when I discovered the band she created with her brother, Beatbeat Whisper.  This time we talked to her about her solo projects, as well as her new group project, Polish Ambassador. About Ayla: Ayla Nereo‘s voice hits straight to the heart. With an array of loop-pedals by her side, […]

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New Album, interview with singer/songwriter Natalie Gelman

Natalie Gelman

We love having Natalie on the show.  This time she called to chat with us about the Kickstarter for her newest album. About Natalie: …somewhere between Carole King and Sheryl Crow. Her voice is really damn powerful. To hear, see, and purchase her music, go to Natalie’s official website.  You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter. Here is […]

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The Thirteenth Child, interview with author David Dean

David Dean

Author David Dean called in to talk about his new release, The Thirteenth Child. About the 13th Child: Police Chief Nick Catesby has been haunted for seven years by the unsolved disappearance of a young boy from his peaceful New Jersey town seven years before. When Megan Guthrie goes missing from her school playground, followed quickly by two teenage boys, […]

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VOICE2014, interview with organizers Penny Abshire & James Alburger

This was to be my second journey to VOICE (this year’s VOICE2014): The Voiceover International Creative Experience.  I was excited to reconnect with Penny and James, the founders and organizers of the event, and to have them tell my listeners all about the convention. About VOICE: Voiceover talent from around the world came to Anaheim, CA in August 2014 to […]

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Crazy4ComicCon, interview 2 with SDCC blogger Tony B Kim

If you go to SDCC yearly you are probably familiar with @crazy4comiccon on Twitter.  If not and you’re interested in going, you should definitely be looking for him.  This time around, we chatted with him about multi cultural comics and his tips for a successful Comic Con. About Tony: Growing up in Texas, I had always heard of the mythical […]

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Better Nate Than Ever, interview with author Tim Federle

Better Nate Than Ever

Broadway books for kids?  You had me at hello.  We chatted with Tim Federle about his “Nate” series of books and his real life on Broadway.  We also touched on his adult beverage series beginning with Gone With the Gin. About Better Nate… Ages 9-14. A New York Times Notable Book of the Year, Better Nate Than Ever is about a small-town teen […]

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Tell Me You’re Sorry, interview with author Kevin O’Brian

Author Kevin O’Brian called to tell us about the release of his book, Tell Me You’re Sorry. About Tell Me… A family is wiped out after a burglary gone wrong. An executive accused of embezzling kills himself and his loved ones. A house fire claims the lives of all its inhabitants. Separate incidents with two common threads—a first wife who […]

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