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This is the live report from L.A. Zine Fest 2014! 41 minutes of zines, zines, and more zines, with all these guests… Alex Wrekk (Brainscan, Stolen Sharpie Revolution, Portland Button Works)Aurora Lady (Don’t Hide Behind Your Skirt)Daisy NoemiDaryl Gussin (Razorcake)Eleanor Whitney (GROW, Indulgence)Eryca Sender (My Little Friend)Kim Burly (Hurrican…
 
L.A. Zine Fest & L.A. Zine Week preview w/ Kenzo Martinez (1 hr, 8 mins) BFH and L.A. Zine Fest organizer Kenzo (J.U.i.C.E., Pentagram) tell you all about what's coming up for L.A. Zine Week and L.A. Zine Fest! Plus, Alyssa from Interrobang Books phones in to talk about her upcoming releases. Featuring music by Wreck of the Zephyr and Wulfen Rag.…
 
Shakeytown Radio: Ashley Quach (1 hr, 17 mins) Ashley Quach is a writer and illustrator who publishes at Sassquach.com. We chat about foot-measuring paraphernalia, goofy existentialist sci-fi, and stunt marriage proposals. Ashley also talks about growing up in North Carolina and attending a school of science and mathematics, how trying to practice …
 
Shakeytown Radio New Year's 2014 w/ Cheryl Klein, Lesley Perdomo, Amber Garza & Daisy Noemi - 1 hr., 39 mins Cheryl Klein is an author (The Commuters - City Works Press, Lilac Mines - Manic D Press), new Razorcake columnist, and BFH's new favorite party buddy. Lesley Perdomo is a tattoo artist, madonnara (a.k.a. street painter, chalk artist), and a…
 
Daisy Noemi and BFH visit the Hazard Park Armory for Eastside Zine Market, which we previewed with Adam Bernales and Yumi Sakugawa in our previous episode. The adventure that ensues is not unlike that old Choose Your Own Adventurebook where our heroes find themselves in Ultima. With Yumi at their side and with the help of trusted Bianca Barragan, t…
 
Yumi Sakugawa is a comic book artist and illustrator, launching her book "I Think I Am In Friend Love With You" at Skylight Books in Los Feliz on Thursday, December 6th. Adam Bernales is a photographer, owner of Seite Books (a bookstore in East L.A.), and organizer of the Eastside Zine Market, which takes place at Hazard Park Armory on Sunday, Dece…
 
Shakeytown Radio: Eleanor Whitney (1 hr, 13 min) Eleanor Whitney is the zinester behind Indulgence, a co-founder and former organizer of Portland Zine Symposium, the blogger behind killerfemme.com, and the author of Grow: How to Take Your Do It Yourself Project and Passion to the Next Level and Quit Your Job. BFH chats with Eleanor about her childh…
 
BFH, Daisy Noemi & Rhea (whisperkid, L.A. Zine Fest) report live from Augie's Coffee in the Redlands for IE Zine Quest! Interviews with Sarah Bitely ("Pimpkillah"), the Rocket Punch Pirates, Daniel and Vanessa from "Influentza," Sarah and Lowell from "Freeways Collide," Ariel Zitny, Tori Holder, Yumi Sakugawa, and the organizer of IE Zine Quest, Ra…
 
Eryca Sender (L.A. Zine Fest founder, writer of "My Little Friend" & "Dear High School Boy") & artist/photographer Daisy Noemi join BFH for a live scene report from the first-ever San Diego Zine Fest. Listen to interviews with the folks behind Reflekt Magazine, Grrrl Zines A-Go-Go, Crusty Comics, and an organizer of SDZF. We also say hello to our f…
 
Raymond Duran is on the podcast this week to chat about his roles with IE Zine Quest, a zine fest celebrating the Inland Empire that also includes visitors from L.A. (like FAIR DIG and Daisy Noemi!), and the comic book store A Shop Called Quest. Ray and BFH discuss how Anthropologie and their sweet, sweet candles brought them together, being old me…
 
MariNaomi is an author and illustrator, combining her talents as a writer and an artist to tell stories of "love, sex, failure [and] hope." She published the zine "Estrus Comics" for ten years, as well as produced work in others mediums, such as painting and collage. Her first book, "Kiss & Tell: A Romantic Resume, Ages 0 to 22" came out in 2011 as…
 
Katy Goodman is a singer and bassist for her own project, La Sera, as well as collaborating for the last several years with Vivian Girls, in addition to appearances with other bands. She joins Brodie and Libby in the new Shakeytown Studio, on a hill looking over Los Angeles' eastside, to discuss the deceptive difficulty of Misfits songs, college di…
 
Will Kistler is a character animator who has had his share of his own podcasts, both Japan!c TV and Secondhand Storytime, and collaborated with our own Libby on the short "A Slow Day In Comedy." Bob sits in at Shakeytown Studio C with Libby as she asks Will about his early influences as a kid going to the movies, honing his craft on public access t…
 
The delightful and dreamy Daisy Noemi, an artist, illustrator, and photographer, is BFH's special guest cohost for an episode recorded from Freeways Collide's International Zine Month event at Space 15 Twenty. They chat with Dustin Garcia, Sara from Freeways Collide, and the folks from Sleep Talk Press, MC Sunflower Jones Productions, and Influentz…
 
Aurora Lady (auroralady.com) is a true artist, and in this episode, BFH, Libby & Bob chat with her about living an artist's life. They talk girl pop vision, zine heroes and teen magazines, the best newspaper mascots, the artist's ego & author intent versus audience impact. There's also an abundant amount of talk about food & even a rhetorical analy…
 
Brodie goes to the Airliner for the Soundpaint event presented by Late Night Laggers and Magic Garage, with a postcard exchange and zine library hosted by L.A. Zine Fest. Brodie finally talks to Rhea (LAZF, Family Dinner Radio, Whisper Kid) for the first time on air, and, oh my, has she had a day. Also, interviews with The Drawing Club, Marjorie of…
 
Independence Day is over but the revolution in Shakeytown is just beginning. This week, Brodie Foster Hubbard tries something different from the usual format, though very traditional in the world of radio. It's just BFH, a lot of songs for the July 4th party we didn't get around to having, and some stories about hometowns, bad last calls in Palm Sp…
 
Simon Sotelo (hiresimon.com) is an artist and illustrator, one of the hosts of Family Dinner Radio on Poobah.com, and an L.A. Zine Fest organizer. She joins BFH, Gene, Bob, and birthday gal Libby to talk about summertime, print art, the creative process, dating professional hobos, marionettes, songs about dog-related mysteries, and cult aesthetics.…
 
In this live report from Blood-Orange Infoshop in Riverside, California, BFH attends the Riverside DIY Print Fest and tables with Sarah Bitely, the creator of the comic book "Pimpkillah," and her partner Matt. This episode features the music of Land of Ill Earthquakes and includes interviews with Fest and Zineworks organizer Annie Knight, as well a…
 
BFH, Gene & Libby close out the third year of the podcast - a season finale, if you will. As we approach our upcoming summer specials and the start of Shakeytown Year Four, the team looks back at the last year of interviews, tells stories about what happened off microphone, share their recent personal adventures away from the podcast, and chat on t…
 
(photo by Meredith Wallace) Shakeytown Radio, live from Claremont Zinefest outside of Grove House at Pitzer College, with special guest host Bianca Barragan - 51 minutes BFH is joined by Bianca Barragan (the writer of the “You Can Trust Me” series of zines and an organizer with L.A. Zine Fest), our special guest host. This episode includes: -chats …
 
(photo by Cat Gwynn) Shakeytown Radio Hour: Dylan Brody (1 hr., 36 mins.) Dylan Brody is a storyteller, humorist, author, columnist, radio personality, recording artist, martial arts master, and all-around good dude. He joins BFH and Bob on the podcast this week to discuss his new album Writ Large, growing up with showbiz in his blood, his prep sch…
 
Shakeytown Radio Hour: Mike Postalakis (1 hr., 25 min.) Mike Postalakis (Dickheads comedy group, Hugs & Disses podcast) joins us to discuss the quality or lack thereof of street performers, catering celebrity parties, debauchery in the Delta, and the upcoming Night of Storytelling where he'll be sharing quite the tale (we know what it is and we're …
 
Allison Krumwiede is an artist, illustrator, zinester, and 80s/90s pop culture devotee. This week, she joins BFH, Libby, and Bob to discuss growing up and living in Rancho Cucamonga, buying and selling art on Etsy, being interviewed by ESPN at L.A. Zine Fest (wait, what?!), and we all chat about our favorite donuts and Mormon magnet cities. We also…
 
Shakeytown Radio - Live from L.A. Zine Fest 2013 (34 min, 43 sec) Brodie, Gene, Libby, and Bob report live from L.A. Zine Fest. Gene chats with Ben Lazarus, who sells his own buttons and his wife Mashanda's zines from the Shakeytown Radio table. Brodie interviews Beth Dean (Black Forest), Alex Wrekk (Stolen Sharpie Revolution, Portland Button Works…
 
Adrian Chi is the writer and artist behind "Bite The Cactus" and a musician who has performed both solo and in bands such as Hotel LaRut and Spokenest. She will be on a panel for L.A. Zine Week called THE ZINE TABLE at Pop-Hop Books & Print that BFH is moderating, and tabling at L.A. Zine Fest. Adrian joins BFH, Gene, and Bob to chat about succulen…
 
Keenan Marshall Keller is a writer, artist, publisher and co-director at Drippy Bone Books, curator, and zinester who joined us a year ago to preview L.A. Zine Fest 2012. He has made his triumphant return to talk about L.A. Zine Fest 2013 and all the events he’ll be participating in or producing the next few weeks, such as the L.A. Art Book Fair, t…
 
Bianca Barragan (@cocothegorilla) is a writer, journalist, and one of the organizers of L.A. Zine Fest and L.A. Zine Week. Bianca joins BFH, Gene, Libby, and Bob to preview all the events surrounding the fest and L.A. Zine Week. They all discuss what titles hooked them into zine culture and how the DIY ethic is important for Los Angeles. Bianca als…
 
Los Angeles Zine Fest 2013 (http://lazinefest.com) is coming up on February 17, so we are talking to participants and organizers to preview the event. This week, it's illustrator, musician, and weapons enthusiast Adam Villacin (http://adamvillacin.com). BFH, Gene, Libby, and Bob talk with Adam about his work, his acting debut in the fantasy film "T…
 
Ring in the New Year with some magic, courtesy of magician Joel Ward and actress Allison Minick. We discuss the magic circuit and stage scene, BFH's radical sixth grade interpretation of "Macbeth," caring for doves and hoarding tennis balls, Bill Murray as Joan of Arc, and what the International Brotherhood of Magicians really thinks of GOB Bluth a…
 
What is the meaning of Hanukkah? What is the importance of Christmas? How does someone who doesn't believe in anything handle the holidays? What do a reggae musician, a basketball veteran and restaurant owner, a dead dog, a pixie imp, and one of the greatest comedians of all time have in common? It's part Charles Dickens, part Charlie Brown, and pa…
 
Why have the airwaves of Shakeytown Radio been silent so many months? Exactly what happened after Lizzy Pilcher's appearance? Where has Team Shakeytown been this entire time? What does the mafia, MMA, voter fraud, and the British actor Ade Brookshire have to do with all this? How can you say we go about things the wrong way? The Shakeytown Radio Re…
 
A Shakeytown Radio Minute: BFH files a report from an independent publishing event at the Blood Orange Infoshop in Riverside, and interviews Angela Chaos, one of the organizers of the event and a zinester in her own right ("Bitch King," "Raptor Fancy," and the zine distro and workshop organizers Zineworks). Also, the music of The Cigs.…
 
Will Stegemann (@betheboy on Twitter) is the writer behind the Sentimental Accidents blog and a project called A Year Of Billy Joel. Will joins Gene and Brodie to discuss lots and lots of music, including Billy Joel, The Ramones, the late MCA and The Beastie Boys, as well as share stories and thoughts about murder, kidnapping, and Hitler. So, just …
 
Angelina Elise is an artist, musician, and enthusiast of "Olde Time" aesthetics. She brings Jonny Mayo along for the ride to chat with Brodie and Bob about "bicycles, beer, cats and mustaches" and how they inform her art. Also, bike culture in L.A., square dances, bartering, artist collectives, how Angelina and Brodie met during the days of shows a…
 
Bebe McPhereson is a comedian, musician and performance artist. Starting out her creative journey in Phoenix and rising to prominence in Tucson with the duo Bebe & Serge, she toured Europe before moving to Los Angeles and embarking on a solo career. Bebe joins Brodie, Gene, Bob, and Libby for a barrage of audience questions and to chat about disgus…
 
A Shakeytown Radio Minute: Our first episode with your friend and mine, Bob Schriner, as an official member of Team Shakeytown, is named after the late Marco Holt. The first half is very funny as we wonder- outside music festivals: why? The second half is more reflective as we discuss the good folks we've lost the last month or so. Finally, we wrap…
 
Jane Espenson (@janeespenson) is a television screenwriter whose work includes “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” “Buffy The Vampire Slayer,” “Angel,” “Battlestar Galactica,” “Torchwood,” and “Game of Thrones.” Her legendary blog, a resource for aspiring writers, is archived at janeespenson.com. She is currently a producer on ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” an…
 
Gene George is back from paternity leave! Libby Ward is new to the Shakeytown Radio team! Ron Babcock, who was our third-ever guest, returns for a second appearance! Ryan McKee visits from New York for his first Shakeytown Radio interview! Before their success on the East and West Coasts, Ryan and Ron founded Modest Proposal, a comedy partnership w…
 
Ewa Wojciak (No Magazine, Beatnik Bookster) has organized the second incarnation of the historic independent publishing event Shelf Life. Her and fellow organizers, artists Yuri Ogita and Meagan Chin, join Brodie to discuss early Los Angeles punk, DIY and zine culture, street art, the constant struggle between underground integrity and commercializ…
 
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