American Spectator writer Ross Kaminsky interviewed me on Cult City: Jim Jones, Harvey Milk, and 10 Days That Shook San Francisco for his morning show on KHOW in Denver earlier this week. Way back when, Ross hosted a weekend show. Now his program airs every weekday in a top-20 media market. This means he is bigtime. Listen to Ross interview me here. And if you live in Denver, just plain listen to Ross.
The interview with Ross earlier this week came shortly after spending two hours in the wee hours talking with George Noory on Coast to Coast AM, a 3 to 5 a.m. appearance that made my night but ruined my day, if you know what I mean. American Spectator readers may remember my tribute to Noory’s predecessor, Art Bell, upon his passing. The man could make boring fascinating, and at 3 a.m. no less. That is talent. Appearing on the late-night legend’s show with his successor was a real honor.
Listen to my interviews on the nationally-syndicated The Eric Metaxas Show here, Nightside with Dan Rea on Boston’s WBZ here, KVI-Seattle’s Kirby Wilbur’s “Kirby Nation” podcast here, and Kresta in the Afternoon, a nationally-syndicated, Catholic-oriented program whose broadcast with my voice on it I stumbled upon in my car yesterday afternoon, here. For those needing a visual to go along with the voice, feel free to watch my appearance The Dove TV’s Focus Today.
And after all that, you probably do not need me to tell you to go devour the book. For the readers without a table to sit at this Thanksgiving, you may need me to tell you this: please do not eat the icon appearing below.