PODCASTOct 20th, 2009 by amy elliott
Our series on illustrators wraps up with Justin Shady, who discusses the rise and fall of Tastes Like Chicken, his life as a writer and why he moved to L.A.
PODCASTOct 14th, 2009 by amy elliott
The illustrators and former Tastes Like Chicken staffers discuss creative work, making a magazine, collaborating with people you like and the joys and challenges of teaching.
PODCASTOct 6th, 2009 by Amy Elliott
Dwellephant will try anything once, and he's not afraid if he fails. A hand-painted graphic novel? Live art? Political cartoons? Why not!
PODCASTSep 29th, 2009 by amy elliott
Mark Metcalf talks to the illustrator whose new book, The Lava is a Floor, is adorable.
PODCASTSep 23rd, 2009 by Amy Elliott
"Sex, drugs and violence: it's hard to reach a wider audience if you don't follow those rules." Mark Metcalf interviews Modus Operandi director Frankie Latina.
PODCASTSep 22nd, 2009 by Amy Elliott
"We've really reshaped the old model," says Jonathan Jackson in his interview with Mark Metcalf. The Milwaukee Film Festival starts Thursday.
PODCASTSep 8th, 2009 by amy elliott
The hard-boiled star of Modus Operandi talks about living in New York during 9/11, moving to Wisconsin for his son and making film magic.
PODCASTSep 1st, 2009 by Amy Elliott
Andrew Swant is one-half of the local filmmaking team responsible for "Zombie Killer," "What What (In the Butt)" and the upcoming documentary "William Shatner's Gonzo Ballet."
PODCASTAug 18th, 2009 by Amy Elliott
Mark talks to Tate Bunker, local auteur, DP, nice guy, award winner.
PODCASTAug 11th, 2009 by Amy Elliott
Okay - not a mortician, exactly. But he is the heir to the Feerick Funeral Home legacy. Mark Metcalf interviews the easy-going songster, who's not at all Addams Family (but maybe a little Six Feet Under).
PODCASTJul 22nd, 2009 by Amy Elliott
Mark Metcalf meets Jack Covert and Todd Sattersten, CEO and President, respectively, of 800-CEO-READ, a local company that sells business books and promotes great ideas. (We think THEY'RE a great idea!)
PODCASTJul 14th, 2009 by Amy Elliott
This week on the podcast, Mark talks to Carol Grossmeyer, former owner of Harry W. Schwartz bookshops and current owner of its sister company, 800-CEO-READ.