Tag Team Interview

Posted by on Sep 2, 2008 in Art Coverage, Globatron, Interviews

Originally posted August 17th, 2008.

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Kara pound, www.karapound.com, today who is a writer for the Music and Arts section of Folio Weekly. And instead of us doing a regular old interview we decided to make our interview go both directions and turn it into a podcast too. Kara’s edited version of this interview with me will be published sometime in the coming weeks, but in this case we will be able to get an actual two way look into the life of an artist (me) and the writer (Kara) who usually don’t get interviewed. I wonder why writers/journalist aren’t interviewed more often myself? Thanks Kara for sharing and being open to the tag team interview concept. I look forward to following the path you take as a writer.

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  1. contributor
    August 18, 2008

    I meant shameless promotion if you got to that far in the interview. Much different than selfless promotion.

    I am really excited about the new direction of Globatron.org and I can’t wait to see what type of content the contributors bring to the table from the new cities.

    Thanks Kara. I definitely wish you luck with your writing. It was nice meeting you.

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  2. contributor
    August 18, 2008

    I actually just listened to the first interview and apparently I’m a valley girl. I had no idea how many times I use Like while talking.

    It’s quite embarrassing. Anyways. Just an observation.

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  3. valuistics
    August 18, 2008

    This was, like, the best interview in a long time. Glad you turned it around and interviewer Kara, too. Good questions all around. Is that rain in the background?

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  4. contributor
    August 18, 2008

    Like thanks James. Like I appreciate it. Like I don’t think I’ve ever seen a double interview so in that regard I think it’s like unique. 🙂

    Like, yes that’s rain outside. Like dang digital recorders are way too sensitive.

    Like. Like. Like. Nike. Like Mike.

    Thanks for listening.

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  5. markcreegan
    August 18, 2008

    double the nice!

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  6. morrison
    August 18, 2008

    double trouble
    podcast and written word
    the network is filling a gap

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  7. kara
    August 19, 2008

    good times! thanks for turning the tables on me. it was an interesting experience.

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  8. contributor
    September 2, 2008

    If you read the article, to clarify that quote was from a post James did that same week. It’s not my favorite quote but definitely a nice one. I don’t think I have a favorite quote.

    Here’s that post by James:

    http://www.globatron.org/featured/of-masks-and-men-and-women

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