Firstly, my super-relaxed and enjoyable conversation with Chris Snipes of The Melt is now up:
Next up, a conversation I did with Sarah Hart, after she saw me on Shaun Atwood. I haven’t listened back to all of this but my wife think it’s the best interview I have done so far. I recall it being unusually energized and lively, except for the first part, during which I was struggling to relax and move into The Flow. To avoid that, I suggest skipping the first few minutes, starting at 8:40.
There’s a certain joyful symmetry here, because the above is my first interview for a more “spiritual’ audience, in tandem with which, Dave Oshana did a podcast, via my recommendation, with Michael Kokal for The End of the Road:
Last up, and back to Hell again ~ something that was brought to my attention this morning by a couple of reader-listeners: it appears that The Vice of Kings has become a useful tool in a local struggle against Satanists/Crowleyites up North. (Relevance at last!)
Regarding 16 Maps of Hell, I am expecting the hard and soft back proofs by the end of the week, after which the printing should be underway, meaning that Halloween 2020 is still looking to be the release date. If you have pre-ordered the book, expect a more comprehensive update by email within the next few days.
Regarding my larger 2020 vision for relocating to Europe, expect updates and possibly on-the-ground video journals in the coming weeks.