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95 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
3 - Interview with Mondo Porras
Mondo Porras, owner of Denver’s Choppers, started building custom bikes with his friend, Denver Mullins, in San Bernardino, California in 1967. Dubbed “The Godfather of Choppers” by his peers, Mondo has been featured in motorcycle publications worldwide as well as seen on ESPN, Discovery Channel, and Speed Channel. He is the recipient of numerous honors and awards: Dave Mann “Mann Kind” Lifetime Achievement Award, Best Custom Fabricated Bike Builder of the Year (2001), and Sturgis Motorcycle Hall of Fame (2018). He has also had the great honor and distinction of having a Dave Mann painting done of him riding in the 30th Anniversary of EASYRIDERS® Magazine.
140 minutes | Jun 1, 2020
2 - Interview with David Wolinsky
David Wolinsky is an author and entertainment journalist. His early career as an editor can be summed up by a single afternoon while working at The Onion, playing phone tag with Gallagher after interviewing Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy about his hair. That was a long time ago. More recently, David has served as an editor for NBC and an editorial consultant for Adult Swim. Over the years he has written for publications including The New Yorker, Wired, Rolling Stone, and Slate. His first book, ALL THE RAGE --- about the internet, blame, videogames, and online abuse --- is due out in 2020 via Read-Only Memory. It’s a spin-off of Don’t Die, an award-winning and popular interview series on videogames and what people think of them, which has been featured in USA Today and VentureBeat.
127 minutes | Apr 12, 2020
1 - Interview with Lisa Sheretz
Lisa earned her BA in English from Stanford University, where she was a Stegner Fellow in Fiction in the Creative Writing Program. While enrolled at the University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop, Lisa taught as a Teaching-Writing Fellow in fiction and worked as a traveling Artist-in-the-Schools, teaching story writing in rural Iowa. Lisa was also an Artist-in-the-Schools at the Sierra Arts Foundation, teaching story writing throughout Washoe County. Lisa’s writing credits include Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Rescue 911: What Is Your Emergency? She has volunteered as an Associate Editor in fiction for Narrative Magazine and performed improvisational theater with Empire Improv. She is a current member of Reno Improv, where she performs with the team, Sensitive People, and teaches in the Sketch Comedy Writing Program. When Lisa is not writing, teaching, or performing, she works in public health.
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