A Q&A with the Huffington Post, focusing on Shine a Light and activism:
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This article about the Shine a Light community project, which was posted on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s website over the weekend, was written by freelancer Bill Banks. Not sure if it has appeared in the hard copy of the paper. (It’s snowing in Atlanta and, apparently, the paper wasn’t delivered today.) If anyone has seen it in the hard copy, please let me know.
Here’s a different perspective on my work, from the Parkersburg (W.Va.) News and Sentinel, my mom’s hometown paper. It’s a refreshing read, I think, in that it focuses more on family and community than a story in a big-city paper would.
A few years ago, I escorted New York City photographer Seth Kushner into the tunnels of Las Vegas, so he could photograph me for an airline magazine that was doing a story about Vegas artists. Recently, Seth got back in touch and interviewed me. He used leftover photos from the storm-drain shoot and snippets from the interview to create this comic, one in a web series he’s doing.
The Tucson Weekly included My Week at the Blue Angel in its eclectic and fun-to-read book gift guide. Good to know there’s still some alternative writing and thinking going on in the alt-weekly world (courtesy of my former co-worker Jarret Keene); this roundup sings and I want to read every book mentioned in it.
I was recently interviewed by Dave Becker of the local NPR affiliate. He asked me about Hunter S. Thompson, the central sewage plant, the Blue Angel and many other subjects and settings.
To learn more about the interview and to hear it, click on the link below: