Division 1.1 and Vicki Pettersson
On this episode, the guys get an in-depth look into the music business with the rock group Division 1.1. Then they’re joined by NY Times bestselling author Vicki Pettersson to discuss her new book, The Lost. Taffeta Darling also helps open the show with a look into the origin of Skeletor in the recent DC Comics Masters of the Universe comics. It’s a night of laughs, music, shenanigans, and literature (REALLY?! There’s culture on this show?!)
It’s freezing outside but it’s hot inside the Non-Productive.com studio as we welcome author Kim Harrison, celebrating the launch of her 11th book in The Hollows series “Ever After.” Then we relive last weekend’s 2nd Annual Macabre Faire Film Festival with interviews with musician Demon Boy, all around renaissance man Armond Cecere, and Saturday morning breakfast with fellow idiot Jonathan Tiersten. Taffeta Darling also gives a stellar review of Jonathan Hickman’s The Manhattan Projects from Image Comics, all on this jam-packed episode.
Frank visits old friend and vegan nerdista/cookbookista, Terry Hope Romero, at the signing of her newest book, “Vegan Eats World”
- Vegan Latina
- Terry Hope Romero's website
This week on the Loud Idiots, Bacon Sundaes and fake Japanese wrestlers. Then, special guest Rich Arons, cartoon powerhouse and creator of Turbie the Turtle-Duck, inspires a discussion about our favorite children’s books. All this and Taffeta Darling reviews “The Ghastly Love of Johnny X”
A. Lee Martinez, author of “Gil’s All Fright Diner” “In the Company of Ogres” “A Nameless Witch” “The Automatic Detective” and the recently released “Emperor Mollusk Versus The Sinister Brain” talks about writing!