Episodes

Interview with Ivan "Funkboy" Bodley, author of Am I Famous Yet? – Memoir of a Working-Class Rock Star

June 19, 2021

Ivan "Funkboy" Bodley is a professional and versatile bassist who performs with some of the classiest and famous legends of the music industry. He has recently published his very down-to-earth and entertaining memoir, Am I Famous Yet? – Memoir of a Working-Class Rock Star . During this podcast epis…

Interview with Kira Leigh: Author of Constelis Voss Vol. 1: Colour Theory

June 3, 2021

Kira Leigh is both an amazing visual artist and author of queer science fiction based in Providence, Rhode Island. They have a new book out called Constelis Voss Vol. 1: Colour Theory , which is the first part of a trilogy. During this podcast episode, Kira discusses the inspirations for writing th…

Follow-up Interview with Scott Milne, discussing updates on how businesses can effectively prevent COVID-19

May 7, 2021

Scott Milne, Founder of the Rocky Mountain Efficiency Group , previously appeared as a guest on the Erratic Dispatches podcast in October 2020 . He has generously returned to give updates on how businesses in many industries should invest in the right technology so that their customers and clients …

Interview with Tamara Sellman: author of the poetry collection, Intention Tremor

April 15, 2021

Tamara Sellman has a very impressive career as both a writer of journalism, creative writing and poetry; and working in sleep health. Her collection of poetry out now through MoonPath Press , details what it's like living with MS. During this special podcast episode for National Poetry Month , Tama…

Interview with David Paris: Author, Dancer, Educator and Survivor of COVID-19

April 7, 2021

David Paris has a very impressive background in academia, dance and having written many books for middle school students For this podcast episode, David discusses his professions, experience being treated for COVID-19 in 2020 and what it's like being a survivor. His harrowing book, A COVID Story , …

Interview with Comedian, Podcaster and Video Artist: David Feinberg

April 5, 2021

Philadelphia-based David Feinberg does standup comedy, co-hosts the So Tell Us podcast and creates unique video projects with the Feinberg Experimental Light Project . During this podcast episode he discusses creative inspirations, his hopes for the arts post-COVID, and the many facets of working w…

Interview with Composer, Musician, Producer and Sound Designer: Mike Hall

March 24, 2021

Mike Hall has over twenty-five years' professional experience working in the film and music industry as a composer, engineer, producer and sound designer. He hails from Iowa and has been working on many documentaries, feature films and video games projects. During this podcast interview, Mike discu…

Interview with Grungesploitation Filmmaker and Host of the 2-Bit Horror Podcast, Kelly Hughes

March 22, 2021

Kelly Hughes has been making exceptionally entertaining indie films and documentaries in his native Pacific Northwest for three decades. He also hosts the 2-Bit Horror Podcast in which he interviews film industry veterans. During this sprawling podcast episode, Kelly discusses his inspirations, lea…

Interview with Composer, Podcaster, Producer, Songwriter and Performer: Santiago Ramones

March 17, 2021

Santiago Ramones is an Oklahoma-based composer, podcaster, producer, songwriter and performer who has mastered music composition and is equally passionate about discussing his craft and inspirations. He hosts a podcast called Bit Depth in which he probes deeply with fellow musicians and artists to …

Interview with Bunye Ngene, author of The Bodies That Move

March 12, 2021

Bunye Ngene is an author originally from Nigeria, who has lived in Munich, Germany since 2010. His debut novel, The Bodies That Move , details the turbulent journey of Nosa, who migrates to Europe through dangerous conditions. Bunye discusses his literary inspirations and research he conducted base…

Interview with world-class photographers, Arnold "Arnie" Zann and Margo Taussig Pinkerton

Feb. 11, 2021

Arnold "Arnie" Zann and Margo Taussig Pinkerton have had their professional photography exhibited in major galleries, museums and publications. They discuss the collaborative book, New Orleans , and their love for this unique city and visually interpreting its culture. In addition, Arnie and Margo …

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 . Che…

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. For this podcast episode, Maggie discusses the research done for the novel, Canada's vibrant creativ…

Books

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…