First year wrap-up

The holidays are upon us and as we conclude our first year, here is a look back at everyone we’ve interviewed/reviewed/re-blogged/mentioned since we started in May-with links to purchase/download, if you are so inclined:


IndywoodFILMS: Antony Lane was the inspiration for our name and our first interviewee. He has been fundraising (on twitter) for his film, Invasion of the Not Quite Dead since May 2009. He is currently in the final hour of a world record attempt for longest time on twitter, fundraising for 101 hours non-stop! Producer packages starting at just $15/£10 are available on his website, For a limited time, packages of $40/£25 and over include a zombie AD Lane USB stick.

Ten Inch Hero: Still available on Netflix as well as Amazon.

Spiral, 2008: Amazon.

Driftwood, 2006: Netflix, Amazon.


Kevin Steinman: We interviewed Kevin shortly before reviewing his album, Pre-Existing Condition. Pre-Existing Condition is available on bandcamp, iTunes, cdbaby, and Amazon. Kevin’s EP, is available on iTunes, cdbaby, and Amazon.

The Mild Revolution: We interviewed Morgan Little, leader of the Mild Revolution. Their live album is available through Get Better Records. They have plenty of recent tracks are up for free download on purevolume and take cover requests and suggestions on their tumblr, which you should be following.

Ivana XL: We re-blogged Zachary Little‘s interview with Ivana. She has a number of songs on bandcamp.


Silent Bombs Falling on Green Grass: We interviewed Russell Mardell shortly after we reviewed his wonderful book, Silent Bombs Falling on Green Grass, Still one of my favorites. You can get your very own signed copy from his website. Russell’s next book, Stone Bleeding will be out in March.

Kingsman: We interviewed Sue Firth, the daughter of the late Eric Firth. Kingsman is available from Troubador Publishing.

Seeking: We interviewed Jon Beattiey about his latest novel, Seeking. Seeking and Jon’s four other books are available on Troubador Publishing and direct from Jon via his website.

That’s Reet Boy!: We interviewed Colin Baines about his book, That’s Reet Boy! which is available through Troubador Publishing.

Thanks to all of our interviewees. Special thanks to Jane Rowland from Troubador/Matador for her help in arranging several of our author interviews.

It’s been a great year!

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