Category Archives: SAFTAcast
Happy 3rd Birthday this podcast! To celebrate, we invited one of our first guests – Marvel Comics’ Jordan D. White – back. But it’s not a “catch up” so much as a chat about The Purge, homemade horror movies, film analysis, and Jordan’s music “career.”
Next week is our 3rd “birthday” show! To announce our guest, Scott C meets with his boss.
The voice of “Chief” was performed by Vania Smrkovski
Get ready, set, and go! Episode 70 is here! Sarah Marcus-Donnelly joins us to explore the roots of her obsession with bears and horses, and tells us what all her tattoos mean!
Busy week here at The SAFTAcast. Only time to tell you about the next show. Gotta kinda get back to, uh, something.
To know Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo is to know family, California, and good 80s TV, as you will soon hear. Plus, she and Scott C decide on a “middle ground” between an introduction handshake and a hug.
There is one name, one voice, one theme that scares Gen X’rs like no other. Scott C channels him to announce our next guest.
The theme for Unsolved Mysteries was composed by Michael Boyd and Gary Remal Malkin. It is used here for entertainment purposes only and neither the composers, performers, Buena Vista Television, nor FilmRise have endorsed any part of this podcast or parent organization.
Planning to visit Massachusetts? Ruth Foley says “don’t go see Plymouth rock.” And you can trust her, because she knows much about many things: poetry, screen printing, the NE Patriots, and sketch comedy. This is an episode and then some.
And don’t forget that this week we’re “at AWP” in spirit. Enter and win our annual “Mugshot” contest!
Sssshhh. Total silence, please. Scott C the Wondrous will now foretell who is next week’s guest.
A new episode is here! Scott C has a new cat in the house – luckily our guest, author Bernard Grant, is a cat lover. They geek out over their pets, reminicise about their “first time up” in the classroom, and wonder if essay writing can be labeled a “life skill.”
Check out some of Bernard ‘s latest pieces over at Lunch Ticket and The New Delta Review, and don’t forget to pick up his amazing chapbooks – Puzzle Pieces (from Paper Nautilus) and Fly Back at Me (from the Yellow Chair Review)!