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Hosted by music/pop culture journalist Kelly "K-Fresh" Frazier, Fresh is the Word aims to tell the stories from a variety of different voices including women, people of color, and the LGBTQ community through the artistic lens of pop culture. Joined by comic creators, authors, actors, comedians, photographers, sex workers, scientists, athletes, and even other podcasters, we talk about many topics including overcoming creative obstacles, representation in the arts, gender and sexuality issues, LGBTQ issues, and other topics adjacent to lifestyle and pop culture.
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On Fresh is the Word, we like to deliver wisdom through great stories from the minds of bright creatives of pop culture. Through those stories, we like to dissect the journey of our guests and present actionable lessons and advice for our listeners no matter what career or avenue of artistry they pursue. On this episode, we feature another wrestler featured at the Olde Wrestling event in Detroit on March 30th, their champion Matt Cross. Now Cross isn't just the Olde Wrestling champion, he is a wrestler known throughout the world, most notably as Son of Havoc in Lucha Underground. During our interview, we talk about how he got his start in wrestling, working with Olde Wrestling, the punk rock lifestyle he lives as a wrestler, his Wrestling Is Forever clothing company, how he's been able to make a career worldwide as a wrestler, and how he opened up avenues for wrestling in many parts of the world where wrestling was vastly ignored. This was one of the best chats I've had about wrestling ever. Follow Matt Cross: Web: wrestlingisforever.com Instagram: instagram.com/mdoggmattcross Twitter: twitter.com/MDoggMattCross Facebook: facebook.com/mdoggmattcross Follow Olde Wrestling: Web: oldewrestling.com Twitter: twitter.com/oldewrestling Facebook: facebook.com/oldewrestling YouTube: youtube.com/user/oldewrestling Instagram: instagram.com/oldewrestling THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. SPONSOR Founded in 2015, 20x20 Apparel brings original tributes to Pro Wrestling's classic arenas, moments and events. They look to spotlight the Bloopers, Bleeps and Bodyslams along with the Biggest, Smallest, Strangest & Strongest. In the world of wrestling there are 100's of shirts, promotions, flyers, social media accounts and ads. Don't get lost in the sea of parody shirts and display fonts. We can provide professional graphic design services at a reasonable price. 20X20 also hand screen prints all tees in house. If you would like to discuss a possible run of tees, posters, koozies, foam fingers...Zubas, then drop them a line at 20x20apparel.com Web: www.20x20apparel.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
On Fresh is the Word, we like to deliver wisdom through great stories from the minds of bright creatives of pop culture. Through those stories, we like to dissect the journey of our guests and present actionable lessons and advice for our listeners no matter what career or avenue of artistry they pursue. This episode's guest is Vita Ayala, who is a queer non-binary Afro-Latinx comic writer from New York City. As quoted from Vita's Twitter, "Queer & Brown is my brand". Ayala has written some franchise stuff (DC, Marvel, Valiant), and some creator owned stuff (The Wilds, Submerged) in many genres (Horror, YA, Superhero, Thriller, Drama, Romance). You can currently catch Vita's run on comics like Valiant's Livewire or Black Mask's Black AF: Devil's Dye. During our chat, we talked about writing authentic dialogue, how she got started writing comic books, the collaborative effort of making comics, how a good editor improves your work, Black AF: Devil's Dye, The Wilds, representation of marginalized groups in comics, women's role in the comic book industry, Livewire, about being a wrestling fan, and the music she listens to! Follow Vita Ayala: Twitter: twitter.com/definitelyvita Facebook: facebook.com/vita.ayala Instagram: instagram.com/definitelyvita Patreon: patreon.com/vitaayala Comixology: comixology.com THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. SPONSOR Founded in 2015, 20x20 Apparel brings original tributes to Pro Wrestling's classic arenas, moments and events. They look to spotlight the Bloopers, Bleeps and Bodyslams along with the Biggest, Smallest, Strangest & Strongest. In the world of wrestling there are 100's of shirts, promotions, flyers, social media accounts and ads. Don't get lost in the sea of parody shirts and display fonts. We can provide professional graphic design services at a reasonable price. 20X20 also hand screen prints all tees in house. If you would like to discuss a possible run of tees, posters, koozies, foam fingers...Zubas, then drop them a line at 20x20apparel.com, Web: www.20x20apparel.com Facebook: facebook.com/20x20Apparel Twitter: twitter.com/20x20Apparel --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode is comic book creator and writer Todd Black, who just launched a Kickstarter campaign for issue #3 of his anime-style comic Tokyo Blade Detectives. We talk about the origins of this story and where the idea came from, along with so much more about the making of this comic. We also get into his love of All Elite Wrestling and the short comic book he created about AEW. Tokyo Blade Detectives #3 Kickstarter Link: kck.st/3gdOBsl Links Mentioned in Episode: – Dan Charnas (Author, The Big Payback) – dancharnas.com – Fresh is the Word Unboxing #1 – Offensive Crayons: Porn Pack – K-Fresh’s Music Collection on Discogs Follow Todd Black: Twitter: twitter.com/Guardians_Comic Instagram: instagram.com/guardians_comic Facebook: facebook.com/authortoddblack SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of STEVE O. Check out more music at eyeamsteveo.bandcamp.com. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode is the 18-year-old Los Angeles native, singer and songwriter Angela Muñoz, who just released her debut album Introspection produced entirely by Adrian Younge via Linear Labs. During our chat, we talked about working with Adrian Younge on this album, her upbringing, writing songs that ended up on this album since she was 14 years old, her life as she transitions into adulthood, and a track-by-track breakdown of Introspection. Purchase/Stream Introspection: linktr.ee/therealangelamunoz Follow Angela Muñoz: Instagram: instagram.com/bigcatmotherfunk Twitter: twitter.com/bigcatmothrfunk Facebook: facebook.com/Angela-Mu%C3%B1oz-107815040570098 SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of STEVE O. Check out more music at eyeamsteveo.bandcamp.com. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode is Detroit photographer Trilogy Beats, who has currently been out on the streets documenting the protests surrounding the Black Lives Matter civil right movement in and around Detroit, Michigan. He’s an acclaimed photographer with clients around the nation and globe, shooting for lifestyle brands and more. During our chat, we talked about his motivation to hit the streets with his camera to shoot what’s really going on during the current protests, and in particular, the protests that happened on July 10th at McNichols & San Juan in Detroit after the Detroit Police shot and killed Hakim Littleton. We also discuss his work as a photographer, how he broke into the industry, and how he was able to obtain clients. Items Mentioned In Episode: – John Lewis: Good Trouble (film) – Trilogy Beats Instagram – Detroit Will Breathe SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of STEVE O. Check out more music at eyeamsteveo.bandcamp.com. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guests for this episode are Joyce Marie Fitzpatrick and Brian Shackelford, the co-producers and co-directors of the documentary The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital. This documentary sheds a light on the disparity between the medical treatment that the African-American community receives as opposed to others; something that we are really seeing these days with the COVID pandemic and the recent Black Lives Matter protests. The Color of Medicine not only tells the astonishing history of the first all-black hospital in St. Louis, but also recognizes and celebrates the achievements of the brave healthcare workers who were among the first black physicians and nurses to be medically trained in the United States. Using this documentary as a framework, this discussion with Joyce Marie Fitzpatrick and Brian Shackelford puts into account the world we are living in right now during the COVID pandemic and the recent Black Lives Matter protests. Many of the stories of the Homer G. Phillips Hospital really parallel things still happening today with Black people in America. This talk with Joyce and Brian is an excellent example of the type of discussions that need to happen between white and Black people, as they not only share things from the history of the hospital, but we share our own experiences and compare outcomes from the white and black perspective. Items Mentioned In Episode: – BLACKPINK “How You Like That” – Calico – The Everyday Junglist Podcast Episode 4 (5.10.2010) – Slay the Dragon (Film) – The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital (Film) – Black Lives Matter – Hidden Orchard Mysteries (teen mystery-comedy film from Joyce Marie Fitzpatrick and Brian Shackelford) THEME MUSIC Courtesy of STEVE O. Check out more music at eyeamsteveo.bandcamp.com. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
My guest this episode is drummer, producer, author, and former rapper, J-Zone. We talk about his new 7” single from his project The Du-Rites with Tom Tom Club guitarist Pablo Martin along with his transition from being a rapper to solely being a drummer/producer. A lot of the frustrations and lack of passion that J-Zone talks about with being a rapper is very interesting and something that I think a lot of people feel in their own creative spaces. Being someone that has been a jack-of-all-trades type person also in the past, his perspective on that and focusing more on specific trades really hit home with me, so this interview is a great listen for anyone in any artistic space. Go cop his new 7” single from The Du-Rites, “Jheri Curl” b/w “Du Vibrations”, on Bandcamp at thedurites.bandcamp.com. And remember, on June 19th, or known as Juneteenth, Bandcamp is donating 100% of their share of sales to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, a racial justice organization with a long history of effectively enacting change through litigation, advocacy, and public education. SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of STEVE O. Check out more music at eyeamsteveo.bandcamp.com. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
My guest today is Certified Sex Educator, writer, speaker, pleasure advocate, author of Curvy Girl Sex, and creator of LadyCheeky, Elle Chase, who was suggestion from previous guest Anne Hodder-Shipp (happy birthday Anne!). We got into the importance of sex education and to normalize it along with body positivity and so much more. It was a great chat and Elle Chase continually spreads information about sex-positive education and most recently, resources for accountability and actions for black lives. And before my chat with Elle Chase, I wanted to focus on is how white people can be a better ally during this racial awakening. As a white person myself, I’ve long been aware that black culture has been an important part of my life and I always try to learn more about how I carry myself. Now there’s a lot of information out there and below are some resources I’ve come across to understand this movement more, understand the realities of black people, and how you can be a better ally. – An Antiracist Reading List – Why you should stop saying “all lives matter,” explained in 9 different ways – Heather Dianne Saunders’s Facebook Post About White People & Racism – Guidelines for Being Strong White Allies – My White Friend Asked Me on Facebook to Explain White Privilege. I Decided to Be Honest – Resources for Accountability and Actions for Black Lives – Anti-racism resources for white people Follow Elle Chase: Web: ellechase.com Facebook: facebook.com/theellechase Twitter: twitter.com/TheElleChase Instagram: instagram.com/theellechase THEME MUSIC Courtesy of STEVE O. Check out more music at eyeamsteveo.bandcamp.com. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode is hip-hop, culture, and film writer and podcaster and proud Bostonian, Dart Adams. Having written for publications like HipHopWired, KillerBoomBox, NPR, Mass Appeal, Complex, and Okayplayer, among others, a collection of his writing was recently featured in the book Best Damn Hip Hop Writing: The Book of Dart via Superchamp Books. Dart is also the host of the podcasts Dart Against Humanity and Boston Legends Podcast. If you follow Dart Adams on Twitter you’ll know why he’s a legend. And before my interview with Dart Adams, I get into the topic of death with my thoughts about recent harassment and killing of black people in America along with the passing of Japanese wrestler Hana Kimura. Dart Adams Essential Old School Boston Records Playlist: Click Here Purchase The Book of Dart: Amazon [Kindle] | Barnes & Noble [Nook] Kobo: [eBook] | Walmart | Alibris | Powell’s Follow Dart Adams: Instagram: instagram.com/dart_adams Twitter: twitter.com/Dart_Adams Anchor (Dart Against Humanity Podcast): anchor.fm/dartagainsthumanity SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guests for this episode is the team behind the Hugo Award nominated graphic novel Mooncakes, author Suzanne Walker and illustrator Wendy Xu, available now via ONI Press. With an LGBTQ+ and disabled cast, Mooncakes follows a young witch, as she works to help her grandmothers out with their store and their duties of protecting the town, only to find out that the white wolf being reported in their area is his childhood crush. During our chat, we talk about many of the themes within this story like sexuality, family, generational wisdom, and much more. Purchase Mooncakes: lionforge.com/mooncakes Follow Wendy Xu: Web: artofwendyxu.com Instagram: instagram.com/artofwendyxu Twitter: twitter.com/angrygirLcomics Follow Suzanne Walker: Web: suzannewakeenwalker.com Twitter: twitter.com/suzusaur SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode is freelance artist, illustrator and cartoonist Skylar Patridge, comic artist on titles Relics Of Youth (Vault), Reversal (Dark Horse), and Volume (Scout). During our chat, Skylar shares how she’s dealing with the global pandemic, training in combat sports, growing up on a farm, transitioning into a career as an artist, and her experiences on the comics she’s worked on. Follow Skylar Patridge: Web: skylarpatridge.com Facebook: facebook.com/SkyePatridgeArt Twitter: twitter.com/skyepatridge Instagram: instagram.com/skyepatridge SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode is the Montreal-based comic artist and illustrator, Sweeney Boo. After a successful Kickstarter launched in December 2016, Sweeney just released her first graphic novel called Eat, and Love Yourself via Boom! Studios, a 150-page story about eating disorders, depression, body dysmorphia, and ultimately self-love; a subject really important to her. She is also the illustrator on the Marvel Action: Captain Marvel comic book via IDW/Marvel. She shared with us her long journey to the release of Eat, and Love Yourself, along with her transition of moving from the southwest of France to Montreal and much more. Buy Eat, and Love Yourself: Amazon Buy Marvel Action: Captain Marvel Vol. 1: Amazon Follow Sweeney Boo: Web: sweeneyboo.com Instagram: instagram.com/sweeney_boo Twitter: twitter.com/Sweeney_Boo Facebook: facebook.com/sweeneyboo SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode is comedian, producer, director, and writer, Kiki Yeung. Yeung is the founder and producer of the comedy show Crazy Woke Asians along with the writer and director of the romantic comedy series Sweet and Sour Chicks that is currently in the making after a successful crowdfunding. Plus, she is one of the funniest mothers on the Internet! Kiki Yeung also is executive producing and hosting the Crazy Woke Asians Virtual Comedy Festival on Friday, May 8th, through Sunday, May 10th on ZOOM to celebrate Asian Heritage Month. With over 80 performers from spanning across the globe, the festival will feature stand up, musical & sketch comedy, music, dance & karaoke party with a woke lightning Q&A, yoga & meditation workshops, and an improv workshop by Unexpected Productions Improv. For more information, to purchase tickets, and for the full lineup, go to crazywokeasians.com. SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode photographer, journalist, director and event curator and all and all supporter of Detroit, Amy Nicole, or best known by her moniker ACRONYM. For the past decade, she has strived to not only innovate, but also curate opportunities around Metro Detroit to uplift the creative community. She has her hands in a lot of places artistically, and chooses collaboration as the key to growth rather than competition. During out conversation, she shared her views on the creatives of Detroit and how working together to build the scene is more productive, her ​Found In The Underground showcase that spans all mediums, exploring other communities, her involvement in the marijuana scene, and much more. ACRONYM shows an unparalleled passion for the city and is unapologetically herself no matter what. Follow ACRONYM: Web: acronymofficial.com Facebook: facebook.com/Acronymofficial Facebook: facebook.com/acronymzine Twitter: twitter.com/acronymofficial Twitter: twitter.com/acronymzine Instagram: instagram.com/acronymofficial Instagram: instagram.com/acronymzine TikTok: tiktok.com/@acronymofficial Patreon: patreon.com/acronymofficial SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode is multi-certified sex & relationships educator, dreamworker, sex toy expert, sex-positive publicist at Hodder Media, and founder of EDSE, the amazing Anne Hodder-Shipp. During our conversation, she shared with us how her own experiences that led her to become a sex educator and publicist, her interest in sex education at a young age, gender identity, learning from other communities, common issues that people and couples need help with in regards to relationship education, and her work as a sex-positive publicist. Follow Anne Hodder-Shipp: Web: annehoddershipp.com Web: everyonedeservessexed.com Web: hoddermedia.com Facebook: facebook.com/annehodder Instagram: instagram.com/theannehodder Twitter: twitter.com/theannehodder SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode is Melissa Bonny, vocalist of the symphonic metal band Ad Infinitum, who just released their debut album Chapter 1: Monarchy on April 3rd via Napalm Records. Melissa is also the lead singer of the trance metal band Rage Of Light, and most importantly, we share the same birthday on January 23rd! We talked about her childhood on the countryside of Switzerland and when she got the music bug, their Kickstarter campaign, dealing with tour cancellations and releasing an album during the COVID-19 outbreak, and much more. Purchase/Stream Chapter 1: Monarchy: smarturl.it/ChapterIMonarchy Follow Melissa Bonny/Ad Infinitum: Patreon: patreon.com/melissabonny Web: melissabonny.com Web: adinfinitumofficial.com Instagram: instagram.com/melissabonny Instagram: instagram.com/adinfinitumofficial Facebook: facebook.com/melissabonnyofficial Facebook: facebook.com/AdInfinitumMusic SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode is Jennie Skulander, lead vocalist of the New Zealand metal band Devilskin. The four-piece band formed in 2010 released their fourth studio album RED this past Friday. During our talk, Jennie Skulander shared with us the making of RED, her upbringing in music including previously fronting the band Slipping Tongue, the culture in New Zealand, and so much more. Purchase / Stream RED: snd.click/devilskinRED Follow Jennie Skulander/Devilskin: Web: devilskin.co.nz Facebook: facebook.com/JennieskulanderDevilskin Facebook: facebook.com/DevilskinNZ Twitter: twitter.com/devilskinNZ Instagram: instagram.com/devilskinnz SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
On this episode, we go back to my second day at this year’s C2E2 convention in Chicago and you get hear my talks with first, bestselling author S.L. Huang, who is about to release her new book Critical Point. Then after that, I talk to the team behind D.C. Black Label’s Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity, writer Kami Garcia and artist Jason Badower. Along with being a bestselling author, S.L. Huang has a math degree from MIT and is a weapons expert and professional stuntwoman who has worked in Hollywood on Battlestar Galactica and a number of other productions. Huang’s latest book due out on April 28th, Critical Point, is the third in her Cas Russell series following Zero Sum Game and Null Set. During our chat with talk about this series based on this character that is a math-genius mercenary, along with her background in math and as a stuntwoman, along with representation in literature and the different ways to be a nerd (haha). Purchase Critical Point: Pre-Order Now Follow S.L. Huang: Web: slhuang.com Twitter: twitter.com/sl_huang With Kami Garcia and Jason Badower, we talk about Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity and its authenticity from a mental health aspect, along with how this project came to be and how it’s since influenced their other projects. And since Jason Badower is Australian, we had to talk about coffee! Purchase Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity: dccomics.com Follow Kami Garcia: Web: kamigarcia.com Twitter: twitter.com/kamigarcia Instagram: instagram.com/kamigarcia Facebook: facebook.com/kamigarciaYA Follow Jason Badower: Web: jasonbadower.com Facebook: facebook.com/Jason-Badower-219122454787596 Twitter: twitter.com/jasonbadower Instagram: instagram.com/jasonbadower SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
This is episode features a couple of interviews done on the first day of this year’s C2E2 convention in Chicago from February 28th – March 1st. First up is my chat with award winning writer Michael Moreci and Impact Theory founder and co-founder of Quest Nutrition, Tom Bilyeu, talking about the release of the sci-fi comic book series Hexagon. Moreci is known for comics titles like Wasted Space, The Plot, Roche Limit, Archangel 8, and Curse. Hexagon is a nostalgic coming of age story reminiscent of the Last Starfighter, coupled with epic Star Wars like galaxy adventures. It’s the second series from publishing studio Impact Theory (after Neon Future) and initially slated for five issues. Purchase Hexagon: comics.impacttheory.com Follow Tom Bilyeu: Web: impacttheory.com Follow Michael Moreci: Web: michaelpmoreci.com Also, we have author Rita Woods joining us on Fresh is the Word, author of the book Remembrance. In her debut title, Remembrance is a historical fiction novel that tackles issues of slavery, legacy, the power of womanhood, and the lingering effects of racism over the span of centuries. Before we started to chat, I learned that Woods is originally from Detroit, so we talked about her memories growing up in the city. We also talked about Remembrance, her motivation behind writing this story, and what being “black” really means. Rita Woods is a family doctor and the director of a wellness center. When she’s not busy working or writing Dr. Woods spends time with her family or at the Homer Glen library where she serves on the Board of Trustees. Purchase Remembrance: ritawoodswrites.com/novel Follow Rita Woods: Web: ritawoodswrites.com SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
The guest for this episode is Tokyo-born/NYC-based artist, Juri Jinnai, the woman behind the art pop/doo wop experiment Emergency Tiara, who released her album Unsophisticated Circus last Fall. We talked about the new album, Japanese culture, gender identity, her artistic upbringing, the visuals of her projects, touring with The Go-Go’s Belinda Carlisle, reading books, and so much more. Since doing this interview, we have become good friends and continue to keep in touch. She is such a joy to have as a friend. Follow Emergency Tiara: Official Web Site/Store: emergencytiara.squarespace.com Instagram: instagram.com/emergencytiara Facebook: facebook.com/EmergencyTiara Twitter: twitter.com/EmergencyTiara YouTube: youtube.com/user/EmergencyTiara SUBSCRIBE/RATE/REVIEW FRESH IS THE WORD: Subscribe on all major streaming platforms. Please rate and review on Apple Podcast and Stitcher. List of where Fresh is the Word streams: linktr.ee/freshisthewordpodcast or just search “Fresh is the Word”. Also available on IHeartRadio. THEME MUSIC Courtesy of Knox Money, Bang Belushi, and Foul Mouth. Support via Patreon If you want to support Fresh is the Word, please consider pledging via Patreon at Patreon.com/freshistheword. Support via Paypal If you don’t want to do Patreon, you can donate via Paypal: PayPal.Me/kfreshistheword --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/freshistheword/message
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Adam Darmal

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