The Podcast

Interviews with makers, creatives, and friends. Also, strange quizzes about 80s actors.

Modern Manhood & Manscaping


Here we have another of our patented, massive introductions of our guest German Villages, but did Chris get the research right? Oops. German hosts the amazing Modern Manhood Podcast, a show that examines male mental health and masculinity. He also has a show with some friends about hockey, Your Team Sucks. The discussion in this episode covers being vulnerable males, fronting about your Red Sox fandom, finding your tribe, challenging stereotypes and the subversion in satire.

That’s just part one of our conversation with the empathetic and intelligent host of The Modern Manhood Podcast, German Villegas. As you wait for part two, check out his podcast with the link above or head over to German’s Patreon page and help out. It’s a great show with conversations we need at the moment. You can also find German on Twitter and Instagram.

Always Go with Dolph Lundgren


The Quiz surfaces once again in our second half of the conversation with writer, artist, filmmaker, podcaster & cat owner Daniel J. Hogan. We get reading recommendations, a podcast playlist, irritated eyeballs and a brief history on Who’s The Boss?

Thanks for listening. Apologies for its delayed release. Be sure to check out Foxes and Boxes and you can find Dan on Twitter, and of course his Patreon. Find us on Twitter, Facebook or Patreon.

Clattertron Mirror Universe


Daniel J. Hogan was our first guest ever and he came back! In a format change we’re now a home improvement podcast as the webcomic creator tells us about roof rakes, loot crates for artists and comic mirror universes. He also shares a secret about promoting your stuff online.

In another format change, in the next episode we’ll be talking exclusively ice fishing with Dan. Or not. Thanks for listening. Be sure to check out Foxes and Boxes and you can find Dan on Twitter and Find us on Twitter, Facebook or Patreon.

Story Slam


Alison Hagan of the MS Society is back to tell us about a personal passion, The Edmonton Story Slam. We learn how it all started, the talented participants, prize money and Paul & Chris have a slam of their own.

Thanks to Alison Hagan for judging our own little story slam and sharing her time! Please follow @yegstoryslam on twitter or Facebook and go out and see one! To talk to us, head over to Facebook, Twitter or Patreon.

Talking Multiple Sclerosis


Alison Hagan of the MS Society shared her journey on this episode. Conversation about the importance of farm communities, the history of cutting and pasting, the state of journalism, cycling culture and much more. We also ask the question, “what is progress?”

Thanks to Alison Hagan for spending her evening with us and thanks to you for listening. Please check out the MS Society in Canada or the US and see how you can help. To talk to us, head over to Facebook, Twitter or Patreon.