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"Snake oil love" and Men having babies. Wordcrash S1E4

Snake oil love and Men having babies Wordcrash S1E4
This is not so much of an interview as a gameshow podcast for indie authors like myself. Meg and I are led by Megan to make up stories on the fly. It's really fun. I hope you enjoy it.

updated: 1 month ago

A Conversation with Antuan Vance

A Conversation with Antuan Vance

I spoke to Antuan from my happy place in the woods in Maine. We discussed a variety of subjects including writer's block, the environment, games, science fiction, and more. Antuan is a charismatic interviewer and a pleasure to converse with.

This episode features the thexting Jim Infantino, author of The Wakeful Wanderer's Guide Series, and lead singer and songwriter of Jim's Big Ego. We talk about the intricate details of his novels, environmental issues, meritocracies, and more.

Listen below.

updated: 2 months ago

Interview with Adam Schartoff

Filmwax Radio

Interview with Adam Schartoff

Adam runs an exceptional podcast called "Filmwax Radio." He interviews film makers, musicians, and writers. I've been a fan of Adam's work and our conversations are always lively.

updated: 2 months ago

Interview with Rob Hoschild

The Media Narrative

Interview with Rob Hoschild

He is a novelist, songwriter, bandleader, designer, web developer, and entrepreneur, among other things. It's likely that he's best known as a musician and the leader of the Boston-based band, Jim's Big Ego, but Jim Infantino's latest creation is his first novel, a work of science fiction that takes us about 80-90 years into the future. In The Wakeful Wanderer’s Guide to New New England, half the people have technology implanted in their brains that allows for thexting—communication that unfolds without the need for speech—and the other half avoid the implant and its trappings. That dynamic leads to a story that makes for an engaging confrontation with how we relate and live.

In this episode, Jim Infantino talks about the inspiration for his novel, how its central themes overlap with cyber hippie trends of the 60s and 70s, letting go of what had been his ultimate musical ambitions, and advice for living as a creative person in this world.

updated: 2 months ago