Feb 17, 2020
We're back!!! Today's episode features Richard Krawiec. Richard is a writer, poet, and the founder and owner of Jacar Press, a Community Active Press that publishes poetry and contributes proceeds to fund workshops in underserved areas. We talk about his writing career and recent literary success in Europe, as well...
Mar 25, 2019
We talked with Mark Anthony Neal who teaches at Duke and is a
famed cultural critic of African-American music and culture.
You may have seen him on the Netflix documentary , "The Two Killings of Sam Cooke." We talked about that doc and much more.
For more info on Mark Anthony Neal, go...
Mar 11, 2019
We were honored to interview Diane Bloom, director of An Unlikely Friendship. This documentary traced the relationship between C.P. Ellis and Ann Atwater, who stood on opposites sides of the racial gap during school desegregation in Durham, NC. Recently, this story has been made into a major motion picture...
Feb 25, 2019
Jeremy Blair of the Affectionates stopped by. We had a great convo about the band and it's change from guitar based rock to a more synth oriented sound. Plus, the Keytar!
For more info on the band go to: theaffectionates.com
Jan 11, 2019
We sat down with cartoonist Kevin Dixon to discuss his latest book The Epic of Gilgamesh cowritten with his father and based of the ancient Mesopotamian poem. Kevin talked about the book, playing in Zen Frisbee, Shark Quest and much much more. He'll be signing copies of the book at Orange County Social Club...