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The first full-length collaboration between Mark Lanegan and Joe Cardamone—as Dark Mark vs. Skeleton Joe—will release later next year as a co-release between Rare Bird and Kitten Robot. However, in the meantime, preorders are available now for
The first full-length collaboration between Mark Lanegan and Joe Cardamone—as Dark Mark vs. Skeleton Joe—will release later next year as a co-release between Rare Bird and Kitten Robot. However, in the meantime, preorders are available now for
World champion wrestler and author of Wrestling with Angels, John Hanrahan talks with hall of fame wrestler and seven time world wrestling champion Lee Kemp, author of Winning Gold! Join them as they talk wrestling, getting through the tough
Karen Stefano is the author of "What A Body Remembers: A Memoir of Sexual Assault And Its Aftermath" (Rare Bird Books 2019). She is also the author of the short story collection "The Secret Games of Words" (1GlimpsePress 2015) and the how-to bu
On this last episode of "The Publicist Speaks", Jessica hosts JJ Anselmi to discuss his new book "DOOMED TO FAIL: THE INCREDIBLY LOUD HISTORY OF DOOM, SLUDGE, & POST-METAL". Jessica and JJ share their experiences with metal and the completely
J.J. Anselmi is the author of Doomed to Fail: The Incredibly Loud History of Doom, Sludge, and Post-metal; and Heavy: A Memoir of Wyoming, BMX, and Heavy Fucking Music. He’s played drums in several heavy bands, including In the Company of Serpe
Today's episode explores the life and influence of Joan Didion. From New York to California, Joan Didion left her mark across the generations. Steffie Nelson, editor of SLOUCHING TOWARDS LOS ANGELES, joins our host Jessica to talk about what it
J.J. Anselmi is the author of Doomed to Fail: The Incredibly Loud History of Doom, Sludge, and Post-metal; and Heavy: A Memoir of Wyoming, BMX, and Heavy Fucking Music. He’s played drums in several heavy bands, including In the Company of Serpe
Karen Stefano is the author of the memoir, What A Body Remembers: A Memoir of Sexual Assault And Its Aftermath (Rare Bird, 2019). She is also the author of the short story collection The Secret Games of Words (1GlimpsePress, 2015) and the how-t
Jessica the podcast guru and John DeSimone, author of THE ROAD TO DELANO, discuss the things that influenced John and his writing. John tells our host about secondhand bookstores, his research into migrant worker conditions & so much more on hi
L.A.-based writer and editor Steffie Nelson recently edited the essay collection, Slouching Towards Los Angeles: Living and Writing by Joan Didion’s Light, published in February 2020 by Rare Bird Books. She also co-authored Judson: Innovation i
Today, Jessica and Steve Coulter (aka S.W. Lauden) discuss how power pop TRUELY feels. They run the gambit of emotions that encompass power pop and end up discussing how it sorta feels like that angsty moment as a teen when you realize that sex
J.J. Anselmi is the author of Doomed to Fail: The Incredibly Loud History of Doom, Sludge, and Post-metal; and Heavy: A Memoir of Wyoming, BMX, and Heavy Fucking Music. He’s played drums in several heavy bands, including In the Company of Serpe
Both Nancy and Jeff have contributed an essay to the collection "GO ALL THE WAY: A LITERARY APPRECIATION OF POWER POP" edited by Paul Myers & S.W. Lauden Nancy Rommelmann is based in NYC. Have the pleasure and opportunity to work with some of
Today, Jessica talks with Jillian Wahlquist business woman, mother of two beautiful children, and writer of flash fiction and other short stories. Jessica and Jillian spend time talking about what it is like to be writing since they were childr
John M. Borack is a veteran music journalist who currently serves as a contributing editor at Goldmine Magazine, a monthly music collectors’ periodical. Borack is also the author of three books: 2008’s Shake Some Action: The Ultimate Power Pop
Join us today as Steffie Nelson and Michelle Chihara discuss Joan Didion and the recently released collection, SLOUCHING TOWARDS Los Angeles. L.A.-based writer and editor Steffie Nelson has covered art, design and culture for The New York Time
:: Please note that this episode touches on topics that may be triggering for some, including suicide, trafficking, and murder :: Welcome to THE PUBLICIST SPEAKS! Jessica speaks with Gayle Brandies about the notorious serial killer Countess Ez
Amber van de Bunt was born in the small town of Houghton, Michigan. She made her way to Los Angeles soon after high school to pursue a career in the adult film industry. As Karmen Karma, she appeared in over four hundred adult films and won nin
Welcome to THE PUBLICIST SPEAKS, episode seven. Today, Jessica talks with Carla Malden about her first novel SEARCH HEARTACHE. In this podcast, Jessica and Carla talk about marriage, death, healing, and the many other things that factored in
Raised in Los Angeles, Carla Malden began her career working in motion picture production and development before becoming a screenwriter. Along with her father, Academy Award winning actor Karl Malden, she co-authored his critically acclaimed m
On this episode of THE PUBLICIST SPEAKS, Jessica hosts Paul Myers to talk about power pop and the recently released collection GO ALL THE WAY: A LITERARY APPRECIATION OF POWER POP. Paul and Jessica go through a journey to discover the euphori
Carla Sameth’s debut memoir, 'One Day on the Gold Line' was published July 18, 2019. Her work on blended/unblended, queer, biracial and single parenting appears in a variety of literary journals and anthologies including: Collateral Journal; Th
Welcome to Episode Five of THE PUBLICIST SPEAKS On this episode, Amber van de Bunt is BACK! The author of the recently released memoir OVERCOME, talks with Jessica about the struggles that come along with writing. What is it like to be in th
Kurt Baker is a musician, producer, multi-instrumentalist and music fan from Portland, Maine. He is best known for his work with The Leftovers, his solo album Brand New Beat and power pop covers album Got It Covered. Currently, he resides in Ma
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