On the sixth episode of season three, Mike speaks with Shawn Gilmore from the University of Illinois about discovering comics after childhood, world building in comic book storytelling, and what comics do that other mediums cannot.
This week, I talk to Angelique Palmer about her new book Also Dark, what sparked her path into poetry, and “what we do” vs “what we’re supposed to be doing.”
This week, I talk to Dr. Phil Brady from Wilkes University about his work, the power + purpose of poetry, and awakening his aural imagination.
This week, I talk to Sari Botton from Wilkes University about writing, loving + leaving New York, and the power of the newsletter.
This week, I talk to Dr. Ka Lok Hong from Wilkes University about his career and the process of going back to school to work on his memoir.
On the fifth episode of season three, Mike speaks with Dr. Nick Miller from Lexington, Kentucky about discovering comics from a wicker basket, the importance of Dazzler, and teaching middle school students via the First Rule of Punk.
This week, I talk to Jen McLaughlin, MFA from Wilkes University about writing romance.
For a special Halloween 2021 episode, the ITDE crew discusses their latest trip to Das Best Oktoberfest, Back 4 Blood, and (spoilers abound) HALLOWEEN KILLS!
This installment of NIGHTMARE THEATER brings forth a roundtable discussion of the horror of THE TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE, BONE TOMAHAWK, and IMPETIGORE!
On the fourth episode of season three, Mike speaks with Dr. Dennis Rudnick from Missouri State University about his approach to teaching, the Marvel TTRPG, and the similarity between the Avengers and the Wu-Tang Clan.