Jim Norris hosts Stage Tales with Wovenhand. Stage Tales is the Rock and Roll storytelling show, told from the survivors. This episode was recorded live in October with Ordy and Neil from Wovenhand and features stories from their recent stint traveling the U.S.
Rod Serling, of the Twilight Zone, speaking at the 1966 UCLA graduation commencement, about Civil Rights.
The founders of the Arise Festival, Paul Bassis and Tierro Lee, discuss how art inspires their activism, and how music and yoga work together for a total experience! These guys were a lot of fun to talk to, and I'm sure you'll enjoy this episode as much as I did.
So you've finished your comic book or geek novel? Our guests discuss how to get it out the world! WAYNE WINSETT, owner of the Eisner-nominated comic shop, Time Warp Comics and DANI HEDLUND, CEO of Tethered By Letters, a non-profit publisher that focuses on helping young authors get their work published share their secrets with us.
Pt. 2 of the interview with Asian-American comics creators, Lonnie MF Allen, Saro Hang, and Oi Bob Parks.
3 Asian-American comics creators discuss what it’s like to be constantly mistaken for each other, what they hate about Sixteen Candles
Comedy Saved The Video Star is a Music Video/Comedy/Storytelling mashup. Each month Comideans will do some stand up comedy, introduce their favorite music video, we experience the video together, and then we discuss what makes that video so special! Sounds great right!
We speak with the LaGreca Brothers, Charlie and Jeff, about creating DINK, the Denver Independent Comics Expo!
Part 2 of my interview with Dylan Edwards and Melanie Gillman, discussing some of the adventures and tribuations of being LGBTQ comic book creators!