Saturday, January 18, 2020

The healthy side of getting older

Author Dr. Matthew Erlich joins me to talk about his book, “The Vail Method: Getting Better Not Just Older,” which was released on Jan. 14.



The book is a comprehensive lifestyle guide for readers to begin working towards healthier aging, and Dr. Erlich talks about the many subjects he covers, from exercise and the plant-based diet to the importance of mindfulness. 



After the interview, Kim Kondrashoff brings us two great songs, “Bathtub Boogie” and “Talk To Me.”




Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Boston artist heads to a new musical territory


Boston based songwriter Matt Jatkola joins me to talk about his new project called JATK with a debut self-titled 4 song EP. The album took Matt into some new directions music-wise and he gives us some insight into what was learned in the process.

2019 was a big year for his other project, FBGM, and he goes into tour stories with he and bandmate D as well as what is planned in the new year.


Following this, kick back and enjoy two songs from the EP, “How I Feel Inside” and “Come Inside Your Room.”



Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Welcome to Oppositeland


Tom Peyer, writer and editor-in-chief at Ahoy Comics, talks about the Dragonfly and Dragonflyman series, a prequel to The Wrong Earth. Two heroes—Dragonfly and Dragonflyman—find themselves on each other's worlds, two places which could not be more different. On gritty Earth-Omega, Dragonfly prowls the darkness for his evil prey; on sun-splashed Earth-Alpha, Dragonflyman protects the status quo.


Peyer talks about the two different heroes and the worlds they come from and how each adapts when the big switch happens. We also look at the other titles available from Ahoy and what is coming in the near future.






Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Greetings from Sweden


For the last show of 2019, I speak to Swedish musician Yajna. Her music touches on a dark part of her life and her goal to rise from it and move forward. Yajna talks about these experiences and how the music helped her. But she has much more to share! Prior to working in music, she was active in the action sports scene and remains so today. She also has a documentary film making its way around the indie film festival circuit and a book in the works.

Following this interview, enjoy her song, “You Are Beautiful,” one of a trilogy of songs that she has released.


 

Monday, December 30, 2019

LA artist unveils debut LP



LA-based musician Sariyah Idan gives us a great look at the city's music scene in this interview. She also has a new album out, “Breaking Shadows,” and this 17-track album covers a number of subjects, including relationships, the #MeToo movement, and social justice. We also look at the music videos released for the album, which Idan choreographed herself.

Following this interview, enjoy two tracks from the album, “Darkness” and “That Woman.”





Friday, December 27, 2019

Giving up Heaven for the one you love



It's a topic that Chris Callahan addresses in his comic, “The Misplaced,” available through Source Point Press, Comixology, and many others. In this series, we follow James, who dies in a shipwreck with his wife, only to wake up in Heaven to find that his wife is nowhere to be found. So what does he do? He leaves the afterlife on a quest to find his lost love.


What's even more amazing than the story is the art that brings it to life, and Christ talks about his unique style and how he came up with it. We also touch on conventions and his experiences with them.

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Rhode Island Author Expo, Part 3

Well, here we are, the final round of interviews from the Rhode Island Author Expo. Up first, Angelina Singer talks all about her soon-to-be-released book, “Forgetting What I Couldn't Remember.” Like much of her previous work, it touches on a personal part of her life.

Up next, The Pie Sisters make their big return! Leigh Brown and Victoria Corliss talk about their fourth book and how they co-write effectively.

Mary Catherine Volk believes that loved ones that have passed still have things to tell us and do so through signs, as she explains in her book, “Believe in Forever.”

Wrapping things up, Sam Kafrissen has a new book out in his Doherty Mystery series, and shows us how the character has evolved over the many titles.