Phil’s guest this week is Amie Wright, who is the American Library Association’s President of Graphic Novels and Comics Roundtable. First we cover what that means, then we dive into why comic books can be a vital component of any library, but how getting them there can still be an uphill battle.
Local musician Craig H sits down with Phil to discuss their mutual love of collecting music, and the pros and cons of physical media vs streaming and downloads. We also cover the death and resurgence of vinyl, and the explosion and current state of CDs as streaming becomes the new dominant platform.
In this episode Phil sits down with German Villegas, host of the Modern Manhood Podcast, to discuss the 2004 documentary “Metallica: Some Kind of Monster.” German shares his insights on the film from a masculinity perspective, and we manage to throw in a little Oilers chat at the end.
This episode was recorded in July of 2019, so feel free to mock us on our Oilers predictions!
For this first episode, wrestling fans Dan Schneider, Jeff Martin and Troy Voong stop by the studio to elbow-drop some wrestling knowledge on your totally-new-to-this host.
A brief introduction message from the host, in which he tries and probably fails to describe what the podcast is about, and why you may find it entertaining.Continue reading “Episode 001: What Is Collecting Tales?”
“Wait…are you telling “tales” about collecting, or collecting people’s “tales”?!
Yep, I sure am!
Even though everyone and their dog has a podcast these days, I wanted to throw my hat in the ring and have some fun with this format as well. I hope you’ll join me as I talk to various guests about all kinds of stuff, all in the spirit of celebrating their hobbies, passions and stories.
If you have a topic you’d like to hear us cover, or would like to be a guest on the show, please give me a shout! All the socials are in the sidebar, and you can always reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.