Our "press offices" also got some great news in the past couple of days:
- This Saturday from 12:04 to 12:15pm, I (Jon Stancato) will be on New York's progressive radio WBAI on "Al Lewis Lives!" I will be interviewed by Karen Lewis, "the widow of 'Grandpa' Al Lewis, an outspoken television and film personality and former Green Party candidate for governor of New York State. Karen carries on her husband's tradition of passionate discussion on the role of human rights and civil liberties in the modern world."
- On January 19th, we'll be recording a podcast for Shannon Clute and Richard Edwards, proprietors of noircast.net. Clute and Edwards record "Out of the Past," close readings of film noir classics, as well as "Behind the Black Mask," featuring writers of hard-boiled, pulp, and mystery fiction.
- Plans are in the works for a March feature on Stolen Chair and Kill Me Like You Mean It in Swarthmore College's Alumni bulletin. Five years ago this month, buzzed on wine and post-rehearsal glee, we founded Stolen Chair in a Swarthmore College dorm room, and it will be great to have opportunity to reach out to the entire Swarthmore alumni community.