MikeyPod 293 | Artist Jaklin Romine

Jaklin Romine

I met Jaklin Romine at the Booklyn AB/Z Fair where we were both showing our work. I loved the zines she was showing there, and was completely intrigued when she told me about her performance work and how she uses it to confront inaccessible art spaces in Los Angeles by documenting her body sitting outside for an entire art opening or closing. I knew she would be a perfect guest for the podcast, and was so happy to get this interview booked!

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MikeyPod 292 | Writer/Director/Animator Bobby Rubio

Bobby Rubio

I fell in love with the Pixar Animation Studios animated short, Float, the first moment I watched it. My pal Jeremy suggested it on social media, and I could not be more grateful to have seen this film. I was so moved by its story, that I reached out to Pixar in hopes of scoring an interview the film’s writer and director, Bobby Rubio. To my delight, I was quickly granted the interview!

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MikeyPod 291 | Comedian Kelli Dunham

Kelli Dunham

Everyone’s favorite ex-nun genderqueer cat-loving nerd nurse comic Kelli Dunham joins me on this episode of the podcast. We talk about her unique blend of stand-up comedy with storytelling, grief, and her album, Not The Gym Teacher which is available wherever you stream or purchase music.

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MikeyPod 290 | T.O.F.U. Magazine’s Ryan Patey

I met Ryan Patey some 10 years ago in the East Village where he was distributing free copies of his magazine, T.O.F.U. Since then we have remained in touch and had many moments of connection and inspiration as independent creators of stuff. His most recent release is his e-book, This Job is Sh💩t or How I Became A Full-Time House Sitter to Travel the World. We dig into his experience in Vietnam with the current pandemic, and his recent tour of a quarantine facility.

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