Avery Trufelman, one of the amazing producers of 99pi, curates, organizes, and presents many of the show’s terrific stories (her episodes will change your life, I’m not even kidding).
June Owatari’s Grrl on Grrl Podcast is a complete revelation. Informative, funny, and unarguably rad, the interview show features women and nonbinary musicians in an exquisitely produced format
Objectively speaking, Richard Lawson is the best person on Twitter – observe my empirically correct cold open to this interview. My fondness of the aforementioned Vanity Fair columnist’s work is shared by many: Billy Eichner, Laura Dern, and Zoe Kazan – Zoe Kazan, I said – all follow Richard on social media.
Glenn Heath Jr. of San Diego CityBeat is a great friend, author, and inspiration – if you haven’t read his amazing take on Jonathan Glazer, you’re missing out on some of the best writing, period. In wanting to dig a little deeper, I interviewed the movie critic about film festivals, local culture, and the importance of three particular pictures.
Being that we’re both in the maddening trenches of music journalism, I decided that I needed to ask Kavit some pressing questions in a public forum. We exchanged thoughts about everything from the tenuous ebb of music writing to the importance of public relations (seriously, guys).