Monthly Archives: March 2014

Coming Soon – A Conversation with Jennifer Stromer-Galley…

It is my distinct pleasure to announce my next interview, a Conversation with Jennifer Stromer-Galley or, as I knew her at the University at Albany, Professor Stromer-Galley, currently a professor in the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University. Mentor, … Continue reading

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Something “Twisted” this way comes…

At least I hope. As you may know, I am a fan of T Publications and the work of Neil James Gibson, from my post-Dragon*Con interview to my review of Twisted Dark #4. Found some exciting news in my inbox the … Continue reading

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Thank you, Broad Street Books!

First off, Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I can confidently state that I am 0% Irish, but given that green is my favorite color, I will be enjoying the trappings of the day. If you’re in downtown Warwick, NY, and you … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Michael Dougherty…

I met Michael Dougherty way back when we were fresh-faced youths, soaking up the history, aesthetics, and mechanics of making films at the NYU film school. In the time since graduation we have reconnected on social media, and hardly a … Continue reading

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Birthday Month Sale!

“I’m going to do the story either way,” said Mark. “But if I’m going to get anywhere, I need your help.” “Every time I help you, I end up in front of a camera or in the hospital,” said Mark. … Continue reading

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Back home again…

For those who aren’t following me on Facebook or Twitter—see what I did there?—I am finally home after three weeks at Fort Leavenworth, KS. I was there to take a couple of classes in preparation for some upcoming work stuff, … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Joshua Safran about “Free Spirit”…

A few months back, I sat down with a copy of Joshua Safran’s Free Spirit: Growing Up On the Road and Off the Grid. I thought I had some idea of what to expect—after all, I have read more than one … Continue reading

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