I am delighted to be back on A Happy Go Lucky Podcast with Leia Weathington, Jesse Morgan and Ben Coleman for episode 34! Here’s the episode description:
My main squeeze Erika Moen is in house to talk about six months of her incredible sexual health and toy review comic Oh Joy, Sex Toy! Together we all plumb the murky depths of societies attitude towards sex, our fraught educations as youngsters and the politics of desire.
Bonus content: learn what god awful wardrobe choices we all made as teenagers.
I brought a bag full of my noisiest vibrators to Bitch Media so we could record them for their podcast episode on Toys! I talk about sex toys, my first orgasm and how getting a negative sex education spurred me into the work that I do today.
Hey, hey! I have an hour long interview with Glenn Fleishman up on The New Disruptors podcast!
Erika Moen has been drawing comics since she was a teenager, and found online success with DAR: A Super Girly Top Secret Comic Diary while working full-time jobs. Fortunately, she was laid off, and moved into new chapters of her life, which included an appearance on the Web reality show Strip Search (from Penny Arcade) and the launch this year of Oh Joy Sex Toy, a regularly appearing comic that reviews and recommends adult paraphernalia. We talk about her career and how the Oh Joy project has consumed all of her time and some of her husband’s. (This episode contains frank discussions of sex toys and sexuality, a few obscenities, and is marked explicit on iTunes.)
That Thing You Like, Episode 17 I’ve been listening to That Thing You Like podcast since they first started posting earlier this year, when they were talking about Strip Search. Brian and Chris have such a great charisma together that I quickly became a fan of the show even when they were talking about other subjects than that one show I was on.
Then I had the opportunity to meet these two delightful Canadian boys at VanCaf a couple months ago and they were even more charming in real life. Since then I’ve gotten to see them a couple more times in Seattle and Portland and have declared us to be Actual Friends.
I would say that I was delighted they invited me on their show except that they didn’t invite me, I just told them I wanted to be on it and they kindly obliged. So go give it a listen! I had a genuinely great time talking with them on That Thing You Like, Episode 17.
Leia Weathington and Erika Moen are Smut Peddlers. Or at least, they’re comics creators who have contributed a 7 page opus de smut to contribute to an independent tome of lady-centric comics pornography. What the hell does any of that even mean? It’s so much better to hear them tell it, as well as the story of how they came to be collaborators, and what it’s like to work at Periscope Studios, apparently an oasis of sanity and awesomeosity in an industry not so much known for either things. Erika also breaks down the inspired question from Jeff Parker at the heart of her collaboration with him, “Bucko,” and since we’re discussing the art of titillation, it only makes sense that Paul Ryan’s pictures come up for discussion. BONUS: Leia and Bobby slapfight each other over fashion and mispronunciations!
Hey guys! Once a year for the last three, my good friends Katie Lane, Dylan Meconis, Bill Mudron, and I have gathered together to record a podcast about the ins and outs of being a self-employed freelancer. If you missed our live broadcasting, fret not! For recordings, both podcast and video, are here! For you! It is a two-hour long ordeal, so they’ve been broken into two, roughly hour-long segments. Podcast Version (From Work Made For Hire):
Man, with the holidays coming up, surely you are looking for some finely crafted goods to give as presents, right? Lemme just point your eyeballs to: Bill Mudron’s Shop Dylan Meconis’ Shop My Shop and original artwork