Month: November 2016

Episode 196 – Myke Cole

Virtual Memories Show #196: Myke Cole “I feel like the soul of writing is character, and the writers I admire the most are those who can evoke characters who are nothing like themselves.” Myke Cole joins the show to talk about military fantasy and his fantasies about the military, his journey from IT to CIA…

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Episode 195 – Thanksgiving 2016

For Thanksgiving this year, I decided to eschew the regular interview-based podcast and ask all of my past guests what they’re thankful for. Since it’s a mere couple of weeks from the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, responses were all over the spectrum. Listen to the show via MP3 download or on iTunes! Here’s everyone who…

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Episode 194 – Bob Eckstein

Virtual Memories Show #194: Bob Eckstein “This book has three things I love: bookstores, painting and name-dropping.” Artist, writer, humorist and cartoonist Bob Eckstein joins the show to talk about his wonderful new book, Footnotes from the World’s Greatest Bookstores: True Tales and Lost Moments from Book Buyers, Booksellers, and Book Lovers. We get into…

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Episode 193 – Ed Koren

Virtual Memories Show #193: Ed Koren “I’ve mined this little world that may or may not be exclusive to me, but it’s something that I’m interested in: the interface between country and city, between older and younger, between lifestyles. It’s an emotional and intellectual world I like probing.” Ed Koren‘s cartoons and covers have graced…

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Episode 192 – Jim Woodring

Virtual Memories Show #192: Jim Woodring “I have something to live for in the goal of producing this long, fascinating, convoluted, loop-de-loop, metaphysical story arc. And that’s the kind of thing that occupies me and makes my days the joyous things they are: living in this screwed-up dream-world that isolates me from the rest of…

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