Tandem With The Random podcast No. 17 (6/18/2012) features an interview with Richard J. Anderson, a Philadelphia-based writer who maintains a personal blog at Sanspoint.com and also contributes to Kittysneezes, a pop-culture online ‘zine. He is also the co-host of a recently launched music podcast called Crush On Radio and is currently writing his first novel. Random thoughts on impending fatherhood, asteroid impacts and other topics are also shared. File size: 4.9 MB. Time: 20 min, 25 sec. Host: Brian Kelley.
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More info on Richard J. Anderson:
- Crush On Radio – home of the music podcast hosted by Richard J. Anderson, Andrew Marvin and Matt Keeley
- Sanspoint.com – Richard’s personal blog
- Wantabreathmint.com – Richard’s tumble log
- Kittysneezes.com– A pop culture ‘zine for which Richard is a frequent contributor
- @sanspoint – Richard on Twitter
- @crushonradio – Crush On Radio on Twitter
Other links of interest noted during this podcast’s random thoughts:
- Celebrating Audio Theater Old and New – CATO&N, which was featured on the 6/4/2012 podcast needs your help. Organizers need to sell 100 tickets for each of the two nights of the planned event in order to proceed. The evening sessions include special presentations and live audio drama performances, as well as a buffet dinner. Those tickets are $55 per person, $50 for students and seniors. The convention is scheduled to take place Friday and Saturday, October 12 and 13, 2012, at the Ramada Plaza Hotel in Newark, N.J. Please help out if you can so the show can go on.
- The Onion: God Angrily Clarifies “Don’t Kill” Rule – A classic from The Onion originally published in the weeks following 9/11.
- NASA Releases Workshop Data and Findings on Asteroid 2011 AG5 – NASA’s not-so reassuring press release on the chances of Asteroid 2011 AG5 striking the Earth in 2040.
Here are a few videos from music artists mentioned during the interview with Richard J. Anderson…