MikeyPod 267 | Cartoonist Keith Knight

I met Keith Knight at Patrecon a couple of weeks ago after his panel on navigating financial independence as a creator. I loved what he had to say on the panel, and of course love the way he uses his art to address racism. We talk here about his work, his music, his exciting news with Hulu, and how he has put together his career as an independent artist. Continue reading →

MikeyPod 266 | Filmmaker Allison Argo

Allison Argo and I just missed each other at the Compassion Arts Festival in Boston, but that didn’t stop us from finding the time to chat about her absolutely magnificent film, The Last Pig. The film is a intimate journey into the life of a pig farmer as he grapples with death, searches for compassion, and finally finds the courage to change. Continue reading →

MikeyPod 265 | Broadway Performer Sharon Catherine Brown

I met Sharon Catherine Brown during the intermission of Broadway’s Head Over Heels and was absolutely blown away by her kind and beautiful energy. I was, of course, thrilled to discover that she is also a fellow vegan. I’m so excited to share this conversation with you here where we talked about everything from her experience on the Broadway stage to her belief that we all must be activists for each other. Continue reading →

MikeyPod 261 | Vegan Drag Queen Honey LaBronx

For as long as I have known Honey LaBronx, I have to say it is a damn shame that this is her first appearance on the podcast. We did a show together, maybe ten years ago, and have been best of friends ever since. Here we talk about her current tour, her solo show, how how she manages to juggle her numerous other projects. Continue reading →