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Marli Renfro
Actress:  (Psycho - Janet Leigh's Stunt Double, 78/52: Hitchcock's Shower Scene)

Marli Renfro is a professional model and actress best known for her performance in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 classic, Psycho. Cast as Janet Leigh’s body double in Psycho’s iconic shower scene, Marli will forever be celebrated for her contribution to one of the most famous scenes in film history. Marli also appeared in Francis Ford Coppola’s 1962 comedy Tonight For Sure. Having appeared in over 55 magazines including the cover of Playboy in September 1960, Marli has had a very successful modeling career. In 2010, she was the subject of author Robert Graysmith’s biography The Girl In Hitchcock’s Shower, and in 2017, appeared in the highly acclaimed documentary 78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene which explores the 78 shots and 52 cuts that so greatly impacted modern cinema. Today, Marli loves the opportunity to attend conventions and meet her fans and brings an array of photos, magazines, posters and even artistically “bloodied” shower curtains for those who want to take home a souvenir. She’s excited to meet you all at Fantasm in Orlando! 

Sean Clark
Industry Guest:  (Producer, Director, Host)

In 2003 Sean was one of three principles that put on the Halloween Returns to Haddonfield 25th Anniversary Convention in Pasadena, California. Soon after he began working on the documentary "Halloween: 25 Years of Terror", which he was co-creator and writer of. The documentary was released on DVD in July of 2006 from Anchor Bay Entertainment. This began a tradition to follow every five years in Pasadena, California with 30, 35 & 40 Years of Terror: The Official Halloween Conventions.
Sean has worked as a s a journalist for the following on-line publications,, The Horror Channel, Dread and
Since issue #4 he has written for HorrorHound Magazine. He contributes a feature article called Horror’s Hallowed Grounds that takes a look at the filming locations of famous horror and cult films. It was also developed into a television show that has been featured on several DVD & Blu-ray releases for companies like Scream Factory, Dark Skies Films, Synapse Films and Anchor Bay Entertainment.
In 2005 he started Convention All-Stars LLC. The company has grown to become one of the leaders in personal appearance representation, so much so that in 2012 the reputation of CAS captured actress Jamie Lee Curtis’ attention when she decided to do her one and only convention appearance. The event was filmed by her brother-in-law and sister for the documentary, "The Night She Came Home", released as a bonus feature on the 35th Anniversary edition of the film Halloween.  Together they raised over $175,000 for the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles
In 2007 he wrote and produced his first feature film The Black Waters of Echo’s Pond. The film stars Robert Patrick, Danielle Harris and James Duval. The film was released theatrically in 2010 and was later released on DVD & Blu-Ray from Anchor Bay Entertainment.
Sean also started a production company called Viddy Well Films where he produces bonus content for DVD & Blu-Ray. In 2014 he won a Saturn Award for his work on Halloween: The Complete Collection Box Set.
Most recently Sean has been featured on shows such as Collection Complete spotlighting his extensive horror collection and on the Shudder series The Core and Cursed

John Michael Graham
Actor:  (Halloween (1978))

John Michael Graham is an actor known for his role in the 1978 classic John Carpenter horror movie Halloween as Bob Simms, the boyfriend of P.J. Soles's character. Graham also appeared as an extra in the film Grease and several commercials in the 1970s, including Dr. Pepper.

Graham has worked for Disney since 1989.In 2001, Graham wrote, produced and acted in the well received cult play "Murder's a Drag!". A kitschy homage to Hollywood film noir and "women's pictures" of the 1940s and 1950s. It was remounted in 2011, in Orlando, FL, with the original cast and received a rave review from The Orlando Sentinel. Quote: "The clever script...plays like a sketch from the old Carol Burnett Show in which Harvey Korman and Tim Conway just happen to be playing women."

James Jude Courtney
Actor:  (Halloween (2018), Halloween Kills, Halloween Ends, Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

James  Jude Courtney, also known as James Courtney, is a US film actor and stuntman. He was 'Der Kindestod' in the popular television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Other credits include Firearm and Babylon 5. Most 2018 he acquired the role of Michael Myers in the 2018 reboot of the film Halloween. He will also be reprising the role in the 2020 Halloween: Kills and the 2020 Halloween: End.

Courtney was also known as film producer and co-founder of the Melliti Brothers Productions.

Tom Atkins
Actor:  (Halloween III, Night of the Creeps, Creepshow, The Fog, Escape From New York)

Atkins began his career in stage plays both on-and-off Broadway, before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career in film and television. His first movie role was in The Detective, which starred Frank Sinatra.

After many appearances in TV series and movies - often playing police detectives - Atkins began working within the horror and science fiction genres. He starred in two films directed by John Carpenter: he appeared as Nick Castle in the 1980 ghost story The Fog and as Rehme in the 1981 science fiction thriller Escape from New York. He then took a leading role as Dr. Dan Challis in the sequel Halloween III: Season of the Witch directed by Tommy Lee Wallace and produced by John Carpenter. He did further work with George A. Romero, appearing in three of the latter's projects: in the Romero-Stephen King project, Creepshow (1982), in which he plays the overbearing father of a young Joe Hill (King's son) in the wraparound segment; then in another anthology, Two Evil Eyes (1990), based upon tales by Edgar Allan Poe; and Bruiser (2000). He portrayed Detective Ray Cameron in the 1986 cult horror film Night of the Creeps, a role Atkins calls his very favorite. 

He has nevertheless continued to act in both the thriller and police procedural genre. He is well known to movie goers for his role as Michael Hunsaker in the Richard Donner hit film Lethal Weapon (1987), with Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, and Gary Busey; the film was produced by Donner and Joel Silver, written by Shane Black. He also took a role in the action-thriller, Striking Distance (1993), alongside Bruce Willis, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Tom Sizemore. In television, Atkins played Lt. Alex Diehl in the 1970s television series The Rockford Files with James Garner. He reprised his role of Commander Diehl for a series of Rockford Files movies in the 1990s.[5]

Atkins has made numerous guest appearances on many popular television shows, including M*A*S*H, Baretta, Harry O, The Fall Guy, Xena: Warrior Princess, Walker, Texas Ranger, Oz, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

In 2009, he had a supporting role as a retired sheriff in the remake My Bloody Valentine 3D and co-starred with Nicolas Cage in Todd Farmer's Drive Angry, in 2011. 

In 2019 Tom starred in the horror film Trick and the sci-fi Encounter.

Stacey Nelkin
Actress:  (Halloween III, The Twilight Zone)

Nelkin starred as Bonnie Sue Chisholm in four episodes of the CBS western miniseries The Chisholms (1979). 

She became well known for her role in the horror film Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) as Ellie Grimbridge. Around the same time, Nelkin was scheduled to appear in the film Blade Runner as Mary, a sixth Nexus-6 replicant that escapes from "off-world" and comes to Earth, but budget cuts resulted in her part being cut from the film early in the period of principal photography. She had done a screen test for the role of Pris in Blade Runner as well. Nelkin's screen test appears on Disc 4 of the collector's edition DVD set. Nelkin has made guest appearances in several TV series, including CHiPs, The A-Team, Eight Is Enough, 1st & Ten and Hunter. She has also had significant roles in Serial and Up the Academy.

Her best-known TV role was on the soap opera Generations (1990) as Christy Russell.

Tommy Lee Wallace
Actor:  (Director: Halloween III, Fright Night 2, IT, The Twilight Zone (1985) - Actor: The Fog)

Tommy Lee Wallace is an American director, writer, producer, and actor. He got his start working with good friend John Carpenter starting on John's first two films Dark Star & Assault on Precinct 13. It wasn't until Halloween (1978) where Tommy really began to show his talent. Tommy wore many hats on Halloween including Production Designer and Editor. He was also responsible for the iconic look of Michael Myers aka The Shape by converting an old Don Post Studios Captain Kirk/William Shatner mask into the iconic mask we all know today. Working on such a tight budget Tommy stepped into the role of Michael Myers for various key scenes because as Production Designer he would know exactly how to break certain props that they didn't have the budget to do it more than once. Most notably are the closet attack, stairway attack and breaking through the kitchen door. 

Although having worked in diverse genres, Tommy is probably best known for his contribution to horror films, most notably its many sequels. Early on he scripted Amityville II: The Possession (1982) and quickly moved on to both write and direct the John Carpenter produced Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) that starred cult horror icon Tom Atkins. He directed Fright Night Part 2 (1988) based on a screenplay by Tom Holland and Stephen King's  It (1990), a coming-of-age horror tale adapted from the bestselling novel by Stephen King.

Over the years Tommy has worked on over 25 feature films and TV projects including Big Trouble in Little China (1986), The Boy Who Could Fly (1986), Aloha Summer (1988), Far From Home (1989),  John Carpenter's Vampires: Los Muertos (2002) and 3 segments of Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone (1985).

P. J. Soles
Actress:  (Carrie, Halloween (1978), Halloween (2018), The Devils Rejects)

Pamela Jayne Soles is a German-born American actress. She made her film debut in 1976 as Norma Watson in Brian De Palma's Carrie (1976) before portraying Lynda van der Klok in John Carpenter's Halloween (1978) and Riff Randell in Allan Arkush's Rock 'n' Roll High School (1979).

She has since appeared in a variety of films including Breaking Away (1979), Private Benjamin (1980), Stripes (1981), Sweet Dreams (1985), Jawbreaker (1999) and The Devil's Rejects (2005).

In 2018 P.J. had a cameo as a teacher in the reboot of her classic film Halloween.

In 2019 she appeared in the film Candy Corn and in 2020 appeared in Sid Haig’s final film Hanukkah.

Diane Franklin
Actress:  (Amityville II: The Possession, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Better off Dead, Terrorvision)

Born on February 11, 1962, and raised in Long Island, New York, Diane Franklin started her professional acting career with modeling and commercials at the young age of 10. While pursuing her college education at NYU, Diane landed her first film role, starring in THE LAST AMERICAN VIRGIN (1982) - And little known fact, Diane kick-started the curly hair trend of the 80s with her appearance in this film. In 1985 Diane won the part, of her most beloved, female role-model, chararacter, French-Exchange student, Monique Junot, in the comedy BETTER OFF DEAD. But Diane’s biggest commercial success came from her role as a Medieval babe princess in BILL & TED'S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE

Today, Diane makes a dramatic return to cinema in the horror genre. In 1982 Diane played the daughter, Patricia Montelli, in AMITYVILLE II: THE POSSESSION, and now returns as mother, Louise Defeo in docu-drama, AMITYVILLE MURDERS. Diane also sang the National Anthem in 2004, and has self-published 2 books about her acting career. Diane is married to comedy writer, Ray DeLaurentis, and has two children; actress and comedy filmmaker, Olivia DeLaurentis and composer, and double-bass, musician, Nick DeLaurentis.

Mimi Craven
Actress:  (Swamp Thing, Chiller, A Nightmare on Elm Street)

Mimi Craven was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, and graduated from Indiana University with a major in dance (ballet). She began her career in the arts as a dance teacher in Indiana and Texas, before moving to Los Angeles, where she became an actress. She co-starred in the original "A Nightmare On Elm Street". Having studied with the renowned Roy London, she worked in movies and television, as well as commercials during her career as an actress. She had notable parts in such films as "Last Dance", which starred Sharon Stone, "Dogwatch", which starred Sam Elliot, and "Just Write", which starred Sherilyn Fenn and Jeremy Piven, and was cast in guest roles on television in "Seinfeld", "Star Trek Voyager", and many other shows.

As an actress, Mimi observed photographers in their work constantly. It was not until 1996, however, that she picked up a camera herself and began taking pictures with a deliberate eye. She immediately started formal study of the new art at UCLA, and quickly received her first professional assignments. In the period since then, she has photographed celebrities, artists and other public figures, including Quincy Jones, Sharon Stone, the painter Balthus, and the Dalai Lama. Her photographs have appeared in the magazines "In Style", "Paris Match", "US", "Movieline" and the "San Francisco Examiner Sunday Magazine". She has shot movie posters for a number of prominent films from major studios, including "Gloria" and "What Planet Are You From?" for Sony Pictures, and "Bless This Child" for Paramount. In addition, her commercial photography has included assignments for such clients as Seinger Advertising Group, Wisdom Channel, and the designer Elizabeth Galindo.

While developing her career as a commercial photographer, Mimi has privately photographed subjects of personal interest. Over the last two and a half years, she traveled around the world to photograph graveyards and cemeteries.

Catherine Parks
Actress:  (Vera Sanchez - Friday the 13th Part 3-D, Jan - Looker)

Catherine Parks was born Tampa, FL. She is best known for her roles in Friday the 13th Part 3-D as Jason Voorhees victim Vera Sanchez, Weekend at Bernie’s as Tina the girlfriend to Bernie Lomax portrayed by Terry Kiser, and in Looker her film debut starring opposite Albert Finney. Catherine started acting in the early 1980’s and encompassed a film and TV career that would take her into the early 1990’s while co-starring as a regular on several prime-time network TV series. Catherine also has the distinction of being Miss Florida 1977 and was 3rd runner up for Miss America that same year. Currently, Catherine is an entrepreneur getting ready to launch her own jewelry bracelet line of products that should be made available online in the near future.  

Camille Keaton
Actress:  (Jennifer - “I Spit On Your Grave”, Jane - “Tragic Ceremony”)

Award winning actress Camille Keaton was born in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Camille started her acting career in the early 1970s and is still currently in the acting profession today. Camille is best noted for her film roles as Jennifer Hills in "I Spit On Your Grave", Jane in "Tragic Ceremony", Olga in "The Butterfly Room", Rita in "The Concrete Jungle", and Solange Beauregard in "What Have You Done To Solange?" Camille is the first actress to portray the role of Jennifer Hills in the original iconic award-winning film "I Spit On Your Grave" which has become a 5 film franchise. Camille is related to legendary silent-film comedian Buster Keaton. Camille was previously married to famed film director Meir Zarchi and famed film producer Sidney Luft.

Mike Christopher
Actor:  (Hare Krishna Zombie - Dawn of the Dead (1978))

Mike Christopher is best known for his portrayal of the Hare Krishna Zombie in the 1978 classic horror movie “Dawn of the Dead” directed by George Romero.

Originally, a synthesizer/keyboardist performing with a bald, space themed theatrical band named FLUID, he already had the look when Romero cast him for the role of a Krishna devotee turned by the zombie outbreak. His pivotal role caused Fran, the female lead, to reassess her situation and decide to learn how to shoot weapons and fly the chopper.

Shortly following the release fo Dawn, he moved to Los Angeles to work within a variety of media types. He performed laser light shows with Laserium and Laser Media, became lead audio tech for Oberheim and Kurzweil Synthesizers, worked as a session musician, colorized  black and white movies then helped to expand quality control operations for 35 mm film to digital videotape mastering. 

In 2008, he was surprised to learn “Dawn of the Dead“ had become wildly popular and began appearing at Horror Conventions while making cameo appearances in Herschel Gordon Lewis’ “The Uh-Oh” Show” as a ticket scalper, a truck mechanic in the remake of “Plan 9 From Outer Space” and as a director of a Psychiatric institute in the yet to be released prequel “Night of the Living Dead: Genesis”. Michael’s only lead role to date is “Joe Vampire”, an ultra low budget movie filmed in the Tampa Bay Area.

Currently living in East Central Florida, he has returned to his musical roots, composing music in his home studio and providing occasional music for motion pictures. 

Count Gore De Vol
Actor:  (Lengendary Horror Host)

Count Gore De Vol began his career of hosting horror movies in 1973 on WDCA-TV in Washington, DC.  There he provided late night viewers with a dose of horror, a dash of humor, and some of Hollywood’s worst and best horror films. In addition to the films he provided fans with interviews with such horror legends as  Bruce Campbell, Forrest J. Ackerman, Dee Wallace, Sid Haig, Reggie Bannister and Don Coscarelli

In 1998 he took his program to the Internet, becoming the first horror Host to do so and led the way for others to take to the web. Every Saturday night he brings hosted public domain horror films, some exciting new productions, a regular sampling of outstanding and scary short films as well as book reviews, culty DVD reviews and essays from a variety of contributors to horror fans.

Since 2013 he’s live hosted outstanding horror and science fiction films for the American film Institute three times a year!

In 2018 he created his own Roku Channel, “Count Gore De Vol Presents” provided fans with 10 new video offerings every month.

Count Gore is played by actor Dick Dyszel, who also produces the program. In addition to portraying The Count, Dyszel produced and hosted several award winning children's TV programs and has appeared in several feature films including, "The Alien Factor," "Nightbeast," "Galaxy Invader", "Cremains", "Countess Dracula’s Orgy of Blood", and in 2009, was the subject of a feature length documentary on his career called "Every Other Day is Halloween". 

Owl Goingback
Author:  (Crota, Darker Than Night, Evil Whispers, Breed, Shaman Moon, Coyote Rage, Eagle Feathers, and The Gift)

Owl Goingback has been writing professionally for over thirty years, and is the author of numerous novels, children’s book, screenplays, magazine articles, and short stories. He is a Bram Stoker Award Lifetime Achievement Recipient, a Bram Stoker Award Winner for Best Novel and Best First Novel, a Nebula Award Nominee, and a Storytelling World Awards Honor Recipient. His books include Crota, Darker Than Night, Evil Whispers, Breed, Shaman Moon, Coyote Rage, Eagle Feathers, and The Gift. Owl’s short story collection, Tribal Screams, was published in 2018. The Coffee Shop of Horrors created an Owl Goingback’s Tribal Screams roasted chestnut flavored coffee to tie-in with the collection.

In addition to writing under his own name, Owl has ghostwritten several books for Hollywood celebrities. He has also lectured across the country on the customs and folklore of the American Indians, served in the military, owned a restaurant/lounge, and worked as a cemetery caretaker. He is a member of the Authors Guild, Horror Writers Association, and the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

Ken Barr
Author:  (Award winning Indie Filmmaker and Author)

After touring the world for over twenty years with KISS, Alice Cooper, Stone Temple Pilots, The Bangles, Rainbow, Debbie Gibson, Air Supply and many other music artists, Ken Barr made a life change and left the road. Now he is an award winning Indie Filmmaker and Author of books that have sold around the world.

Jackie Sonnenberg
Author:  (The Lamb Was Sure To Go, My Soul to Keep, 13, 13: Deja Vu, 13: Night Terrors, Carnival of Fear, The Mirror Tales)

Jackie Sonnenberg is an author and actor living in Orlando, known for "cosplaying" her original characters and interacting with people to tell them their stories in a fun way. She creates the whole look and costume and dons them to conventions and events....believing she can best introduce people to her books by first introducing them to the characters. She currently has a collection of novels retelling Nursery Rhymes as horror stories, with rough drafts and outlines for more in the works. The series collection is called yresruN semhyR, or nursery rhymes backwards and the first two novels are MY SOUL TO KEEP and THE LAMB WAS SURE TO GO. She also has short stories in anthologies 13, 13: DEJA VU, 13: NIGHT TERRORS, and CARNIVAL OF FEAR, with a new one coming out this spring called THE MIRROR TALES.

Jackie also has a background in the Horror industry as a veteran haunted house actor and was in the local attractions The Shallow Grave and Zombie Outbreak, has currently joined the cast of the new haunt Dark Horizon and has won costume contests and gained recognition in various media outlets for her unique approach. An avid Horror enthusiast, she is always creatively bringing the scares to life in some form or another.

Tyson Hanks
Author:  (Invasive Species, Greetings from Barker Marsh, Kneeling in the Silver Light, The Dark and Stormy Night, Sanitarium Magazine and Ghosts, Goblins, Murder & Madness: Twenty Tales of Halloween)


Tyson Hanks is the author of multiple short stories that have been published in numerous collections, including the World War 1 horror anthology Kneeling in the Silver Light, The Dark and Stormy Night, Sanitarium Magazine and Ghosts, Goblins, Murder & Madness: Twenty Tales of Halloween, published by Dark Ink Books. His debut novel, Greetings from Barker Marsh, was published in 2016, and his new novel, Invasive Species, which he coauthored with horror writer John Catapano, is scheduled for release by Halloween, 2019.  He was a semi-finalist in a Seattle-based horror screenwriting contest and also serves as a judge with the Florida Writers Association. Tyson is an Army veteran and currently lives in Florida, where he works as a freelance writer. 

John Catapano
Author:  (Invasive Species, Genre trivia books and short stories)

John Catapano is an author, an artist, and an engineer. He had his first paranormal experience at age 6. While in college he met Ed and Lorraine Warren and helped them investigate two cases. He has written books, independent comics, and graphic novels  on diverse topics such as a genre movie trivia book to one founded in the Cthulhu mythos. Invasive Species is the latest novel written by himself and Tyson Hanks that is set in Central Florida. His genre trivia book and short stories are available at He currently is working on two novels, both with Central Florida locales.

The Savior Impala
Vehicle:  (Replica Supernatural Vehicle)


With A Name Like Savior, It Has To Be Good.

Step inside the 1967 Chevrolet Impala Supernatural Tribute Car and imagine Sam in the passenger seat or Dean driving beside you. We love Baby, and we know you do too, so why not grab a once in a lifetime shot of this incredible moment...of YOU, as a bona fide Winchester for the day, hunting monsters in the Savior Impala.

We take and print professional photographs, on site, to capture this moment, for less than the price of your soul. Every photo purchase includes a daily raffle ticket for Supernatural Swag you can ONLY get here, plus our mobile shop sells collectibles, merchandise, jewelry and more!

So, before the Apocalypse really hits, get proof that you were a Winchester for the day, with your favorite home on wheels, the Supernatural Tribute Car: The Savior Impala. Come sit in the same Drivers seat that 'Jensen' aka DEAN has ACTUALLY sat inside! Ask me about the experience because stories are always free!

Select Show Props are also available from my weapons box in the trunk, to make your Photo-op that more as Dean would say "Awesome!"

[ Click here for The Savior Impala Photo Experience Landing Page for a SUPERNATURAL amount of information ]

Performers:  (Victorian Horror Troupe)

With its own unique and spectacular blend of storytelling, dance, ensemble work, large scale puppetry, aerial work, fire performance, side show entertainments and stage combat, Phantasmagoria has been wowing critics and audiences alike since its premier. Now in its 11th year of production Phantasmagoria’s main stage and touring productions offer stories taken from century’s old literature of horror and the macabre, folklore, and legend, while their appearances and special events (which number in the 100’s each year) charm with a professional variety of circus, sideshow and theatrical flair!

Phantasmagoria’s “Dark Carnival”

Join with the critically acclaimed Victorian Horror Troupe “Phantasmagoria” – called “One of the most unique theater troupes in the country” by Good Day Atlanta - as they draw you into the world of their “Dark Carnival”. Tales of terror mix with haunted poetry, Phantastical dance and much, MUCH more! Journey with them as they weave their tapestry of dark and whimsically macabre entertainments in this special event entertainment occurring throughout the Fantasm Orlando Weekend (stay tuned for times and additional information.)

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(Phantasmagoria Disclaimer: With the utmost of responsibility and caution Phantasmagoria will go above and beyond any social distancing, health, and safety protocols present in October of 2020 to keep the performers, the patrons/audience, and all staff in the safest of conditions. Event information will be updated as we come closer to October)

Darjuxena's B.R.E.W.S.
Performers:  (Dance Troupe)

Lady Darjuxena (aka DJ Palumbo) is an award winning belly dancer and fire performer who leads a cosplay belly dance troupe and for the last 4 years the B.R.E.W.S , a dance coven of witches. The group adds a new dance to the show every year, including a little bit of Harry Potter, Disney's Hocus Pocus, Wizard of OZ, and Darjuxena's own version to the YouYube witch dance by Wolfshäger Hexenbrut.The group is open to anyone who can learn the dances. They perform all throughout October. Come dance with us!

Hangin With Web Show
Internet Content Creators:  (Internet-based interview talk show)

Who Are You Hangin' With?

The Hangin With Web Show is the internet's fastest growing and best web- based talk show series. Independent creative artists, authors, filmmakers, artists and web content creators have done something extraordinary. They have all worked to create the media that an increasing number of web consumers demand on a daily basis. They write the books, make the films, create original and fan art and play thematic that people have come to love. They have earned a seat in the popular eye.

As a former newspaper reporter, award winning author and journalist G.W. Pomichter has conducted hundreds of professional interviews and now we have a chance to interview these terrific, talented but underappreciated creators.  

Now in our fifth (5th) season, we have traveled the United States to events, conferences, and conventions seeking out creative minds, artists, filmmakers, authors and providing professional yet comfortable interviews that we can share with a growing audience, and you have been so supportive.  We love what we do, and we love sharing what you do.  

October 01 - 03, 2021
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