Episode 018: Lisa Hanawalt

11Sep

Lisa Hanawalt's comics are about horses and cats and genitals and things. Some of her less racy work has appeared in The New York Times. Here we talk about pitching TV shows, making minis and the depressing dangers of working from home.

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Episode 017: Martha Grover

28Aug

The One More for the People author discusses fundamentalism, fears of the apocalypse, zine making and life with an incurable disease.

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Episode 016: Dave Allen

20Aug

As one might expect from the original Gang of Four bass player turned interactive brand strategist, Dave Allen's got something fascinating to say about just about everything, from cars to music royalties to the fireplace on Led Zeppelin's jet.

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Episode 015: Nicole Georges

13Aug

The Calling Dr. Laura author discusses tiny dogs, family crises and self-publishing.

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Episode 014: DJ Spooky

6Aug

Paul "DJ Spooky" Miller took time out of his insanely busy travel schedule to meet us at Union Square. Naturally, we talked traveling, staying busy and city living.

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Episode 013: Scott Aukerman

30Jul

When a famous comedian tells you that he worked on "Shark Tale," that fact pretty much become your sole focus. This is that story.

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Episode 012: Ellen Forney

24Jul

Marbles is that sort of book that makes you want to immediately spark up a conversation with its creator. Thankfully, that's what podcasts are for.

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Episode 011: Douglas Rushkoff

16Jul

The Present Shock author joins us to discuss the death of the narrative, the importance of books and how we're misusing technology.

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Episode 010: Julia Wertz

10Jul

The former Fart Party cartoonist talks about being a former cartoonist and spending her days breaking into abandoned hospitals.

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Episode 009: Marc Maron

2Jul

New York vs. LA, the future of podcast and how Iggy Pop will always take is shirt off, whether you ask him to or not. It's a shorty but a goody, with WTF's Marc Maron.

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