Posted By DJ Josh on 09/28/2012 at 08:02PM
Not Everybody's Got a Job had the pleasure of speaking with Daniel Simpson, author of "A Rough Guide to the Dark Side". He's had a wild run working for the New York Times and then negotiating Balkan gangsters in an effort to change the world via a music festival. Take a listen to what he had to say in the interview below. Also, make sure to pick up his book! You can get 10% off by mentioning Hollow Earth at Left Bank Books in Pike Place Market. You can also visit Couth Buzzard Books in Greenwood or even contact him directly on his website. Enjoy the madness!
Posted By DJ Garrett on 06/21/2012 at 09:15PM
TONIGHT AT 7: Hear an interview with Ray Williams, a member of the Swinomish tribe of the Coast Salish, who lives on the Swinomish Indian Reservation on Fidalgo Island. A recipient of an International Peace Award, he sits on the board of the Seventh Generation Fund, which promotes and maintain cultural heritage of Native people and the sovereignty of tribal Nations.
Ray will be interviewed on Hollow Earth Radio by Rosette Royale, assistant editor of Real Change, a weekly paper sold in Seattle by homeless or low-income vendors.
Ray will be the featured speaker Sun., June 24 for a talk entitled "One with Creation: An Evening with Ray Williams," a fundraiser for the Sacred Fire Foundation. The talk will take place at Chief Seattle Club, 410 Second Ave. Extension, in Seattle at 7 p.m. Tickets are $65 a person or $100 a pair. They're available sacredfire.org/creation