Over at Broken Frontier's new Digital Magazine (also available on iPad) called The Frontiersman. They do a great job with the format of the magazine, and, seem to have a good head on their shoulders about the point of the mag. It's free, has advertising inside, and it drives traffic to their website (which also has ads.) They want people reading the mag, because they want people coming to their site. It's an attainable goal, especially with the great design and delivery method. Anyways, go see, it's right on the front page. http://www.brokenfrontier.com
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There she is, my cool-ass wife showin' up in Los Angeles magazine, profiled for her love of Ann Dvorak. It's the current issue on stands today, featuring Kate Winslet on the cover.
I couldn't be prouder of her.
Joshua Hale Fialkov went to Los Angeles six years ago to break into the motion picture industry.Although he had some jobs in the field, including a television pilot that didn't make it, the former Monroeville resident found it "next to impossible" to prove himself in a place where it's not what you know, but who you know.
Exhausted after spending 20 hours a day, seven days a week, for a month working on a reality television show, the 27-year-old decided to turn his writing and directing talents in a different direction.
That's my hometown newspaper. Local boy makes good, eh?
Long form feature interview with Kody about Punks over at www.antigravitymagazine.com (and in the print mag as well.) Download the PDF here: http://www.antigravitymagazine.com/antigravity_vol4_issue9.pdf
» EXPRESS: Do you see your book as a criticism of small-town America or what it's like to live in the Midwest? » FIALKOV: I really don't think it is. What I tried really hard to do in the book, and I hope I succeeded at, is show nobody's wrong. The methodology is wrong. The situation is wrong. The rationale — why everyone is doing the things they're doing — is not. It's just that sometimes that life becomes a powder keg.
Lo-Fi Magazine has a big ol' interview with me in the issue that just came out. If you've never heard of Lo-Fi, you're missing out. Think of it as Wizard meets Maxim, minus the fanboy bullshit and naked chicks. It's really and truly excellently done. So, go and check it out. You're local comics retailer should be able to order it for you.