All Episodes

Interview with Andrew Shanahan, author of Before and After

Oct. 23, 2020

London-based author, Andrew Shanahan, discusses his brilliant dystopian fiction novel, Before and After , featuring an isolated protagonist and his dog with an eerie premise that written a year before COVID-19. Andrew is also the founder of the organization, MAN V FAT , and shares how his own perso…

Interview with Scott Milne, author of Win The War On COVID-19: Virus Defense Strategies for Home and Business

Oct. 16, 2020

Scott Milne discusses his professional career as the founder of Rocky Mountain Efficiency and now the author of an essential book on implementing crucial measures to fight off COVID-19 in homes and businesses titled Win The War On COVID-19: Virus Defense Strategies for Home and Business . Scott als…

Interview with Datta Groover, author of Different

Oct. 16, 2020

Colorado-based writer, Datta Groover, is the author of the multi award-winning novel called Different . This touching story about a family in Oregon dealing with both domestic and external conflicts is a wonderful debut. Datta discusses his professional background as an inspirational public speaker…

Interview with Angel B. Jimenez, author of Age of the Kings

Oct. 16, 2020

Teenage author, Angel B. Jimenez, recently published the first part of a series of fantasy novels called Age of the Kings , out now through Newman Springs Publishing. He discusses his literary inspirations and plans to become a full-time writer. Angel also hosts a podcast called The Athenaeum .

Interview with Ja'Quintin Means, author of Willie

Sept. 17, 2020

Ja'Quintin Means is the author of a new historical fiction novel about life on a plantation in Arkansas. Willie features conflicted and passionate characters who battle the master of the slaves and those who plot to escape the clutches of human cruelty. Ja'Quintin plans to further expand the story …

Interview with Maggie Dwyer, author of What The Living Do

Sept. 11, 2020

Canadian writer, Maggie Dwyer, is the author of the novel, What The Living Do , which covers the murder of a young woman whose adoptive family is Jewish and biological family is from the Cree tribe.


Interview with Richard Kiers, Author of Swindled by Faith

Aug. 17, 2020

Richard Kiers' book, Swindled by Faith , details growing up as a member of the cult, The Move , and escaping it as a teenager. He discusses being subjected to and witnessing various forms of abuse within the cult; and eventually moving on to become a prolific writer of many genres. In addition, Ric…


Interview with Brenden Kumarasamy, Communication Expert and Founder of MasterTalk

Aug. 13, 2020

Brenden Kumarasamy discusses his inspirations and passion for sharing the technique of mastering public speaking to everyone. He has produced hundreds of speeches to corporations, nonprofits, startups and universities. In addition, Brenden has couched business owners and individuals to strengthen t…


Interview with Jan McInnis, Corporate Comedian and Keynote Speaker

Aug. 7, 2020

Jan McInnis is a unique comedian, who uses clean humor to showcase the power of comedy in the workplace by speaking at company events throughout the United States. She has written books on her experiences as a standup comedian and how the corporate world should adapt to using humor to elevate their…


Interview with Paz Ellis, author of Plantains And The Seven Plagues

July 27, 2020

Paz Ellis is the author of a very touching memoir about her family called Plantains And The Seven Plagues . She discusses growing up with a Cuban father and Dominican mother, cultural differences, conflicts with obtaining an American identity and her writing career.


Interview with Nir Bashan, author of The Creator Mindset

July 24, 2020

Nir Bashan discusses his book, The Creator Mindset , which is out on August 4 through McGraw-Hill Education; and background of consulting brands, celebrities and entrepreneurs.


Interview with Caleb Harris, author of Suffering in Silence: August 15th, 2003

July 20, 2020

Caleb Harris is an emerging writer from Connecticut and author of the harrowing new novel, Suffering in Silence: August 15th, 2003. He discusses the inspirations behind the book and topical essays from his blog, Unpopular opinions .


Interview with Jonesy, Comedian and Podcaster of Weird AF News and Free Your F'N' Mind

July 15, 2020

Jonesy is a very unique and hilarious comedian who hosts several podcasts including Weird AF News and Free Your F'N' Mind. He also appears in many videos displaying his satiric skill of sharing bizarre stories from America and beyond. For this podcast, Jonesy discusses a wide range of topics includ…

Actors Films

Interview with Pamela Enz and Alexandra Guerineaud discussing their upcoming film project, Airtime

July 1, 2020

Playwright/screenwriter/producer, Pamela Enz and actor/writer/producer, Alexandra Guerineaud, discuss their latest project in development, Airtime, an epic film spanning from 1968 to 1988. This film will take place in both France and the US; and it will cover many historical events such as The Pari…

Artists Arts Books

Interview with journalist/founder of the Center for Contemporary Political Art, Charles Krause, and artist/archivist/chronicler of the Lower East Side, Clayton Patterson

June 30, 2020

Washington D.C.-based, Charles Krause, and Clayton Patterson from the Lower East Side have a lengthy discussion about surviving Jonestown, Trump's dangerous narcissism, the upcoming election, the recent protests, political unrest, the Lower East Side, gentrification and much more.

Artists Arts Books Plays

Interview with Pamela Enz, Julian Voloj, Clayton Patterson and Charles Krause discussing collaborations in theater, graphic novels and political art

June 29, 2020

This episode features brief appearances from playwright, Pamela Enz, and graphic novel author, Julian Voloj, before artist/archivist/chronicler of the Lower East Side, Clayton Patterson, and journalist/founder of the Center for Contemporary Political Art, Charles Krause, have a lengthy one-on-one d…

Artists Arts

Interview with Carlos Walker, a self-taught artist whose exhibition of race reversal paintings at the Center for Contemporary Political Art is a must see

June 26, 2020

Carlos Walker discusses his exhibition of 48 race reversal paintings at the Center for Contemporary Political Art in Washington D.C., titled What If? The Prison Drawings of Carlos Walker , which is open to the public until Sunday, July 5. He also mentions artistic, historic and political influences…


Interview with Sarah Relyea, author of the powerful new novel, Playground Zero

June 23, 2020

Sarah Relyea discusses her novel recently published by She Writes Press called Playground Zero , growing up in California during the counterculture 1960s, her academic career and upcoming writing projects.