Interview with Gene Expression

Razib Khan runs the weblog “Gene Expression,” for SEED MAGAZINE in the Science Blog consortium. Additionally, he also cofounded the stand alone weblog “Gene Expression“, which has been commenting on genetics and related fields for the past 4 years. Razib has a background in biochemistry, but has been working in the IT industry of late, though he plans to return to science in the near future …

Interview with Madeleine Kane

Madeleine Begun Kane a/k/a/ Mad Kane is an oboist turned lawyer turned freelance humorist. She lives in New York City with hubby Mark, who puts up with her writing (and singing) political song parodies during dinner, even though the poor guy thought he was marrying a nice Jewish lawyer. Mad Kane’s humor has won lots of awards from the MSM. Sadly, however, she’s never won a Koufax – hint, hint, …

Interview with Brian Flemming, director of The God Who Wasn’t There

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Brian Flemming is a film director, a playwright, and an outspoken atheist. In 2005, he released the controversial documentary, The God Who Wasn’t There, a film not just arguing that Jesus wasn’t God, but that Jesus the man never existed at all. He’s also the creator of the faux documentary, Nothing So Strange,and the musical, Bat Boy.

Last year, Flemming developed the Blasphemy Challenge, which called …

Interview with Bella Stander from Reading Under the Covers

Bella Stander
Bella Stander has the blog Reading Under the Covers, which is named for one of her favorite childhood activities. She is a writer and the principal of Book Promotion 101workshops and consulting for authors, as well as a consultant to the Virginia Festival of the Book. Formerly the book editor for a Virginia lifestyle magazine and a long-time contributing editor at Publishers Weekly, she has also …