The old interviews are the best. Here’s one recorded in 1992, from the public access cable program The Chronic Rift. The interviewers are Andrea Lipinski and Keith R. A. DeCandido. The talk is mostly about my then-current comics series David Chelsea In Love, but it also touches on the optics of night vision, my preference for Embosso eggshell paper over coquille board, and my embarrassing East Village performance artist phase. I even work in a prophetic and utterly gratuitous mention of perspective.
David Chelsea is reading:
Jerusalem: Chronicles from the Holy City
by Guy Delisle
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I once observed that the World Wide Web is like the second coming of Public Access Cable; in the case of a program called The Chronic Rift, this is literally true. This talk and interview show about science fiction, fantasy and comics began on public access TV in Manhattan in the 1990s, ended after a few years and then was revived recently as an audio-only podcast.
David Chelsea is listening to: “Kind Of Blue” by Miles Davis.
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In case you missed it live, Thursday’s Words And Pictures program on KBOO-FM, in which I discuss my new book Extreme Perspective! with host SW Conser, is now archived at the KBOO website. In other audio news, I just recorded a podcast interview with Chronic Rift host Andrea Lipinski. The audio will be available March 29th.