Dana Piccoli is a writer, podcaster, editor, and exceptional moderator who made each of her panels at ClexaCon something special. After ClexaCon wound to an end this year I got a chance to ask the fabulous Fairy Gaymother a little about herself and how her time was at the convention. Thank you again to Dana for agreeing to this interview and it was a pleasure to meet you in Las Vegas. Continue reading “ClexaCon Interview with @DanaPiccoli from @kleffnotes ( @ClexaCon )”
Marlene Forte has made a path for herself in Hollywood on her own terms in a fantastic way. As an actor with an impressive portfolio I had a chance to digitally interview her about her career, her work, and ClexaCon. You can see her Sunday from 2-3 at the Diversity and Inclusion Panel. Continue reading “ClexaCon Panelist Interview with Marlene Forte from @kleffnotes ( @ClexaCon )”
When I first discovered Mandy Rowden’s music, I knew I found something special. Her sound is a cornucopia of folk, rock and country pleasantly blended. The result is an indescribable listening experience. Her previous albums “These Bad Habits” and “100o Miles” contain a treasure of unforgettable tunes. And with the release of her third album “When That Day Comes,” Mandy is giving her fans more of what they’ve come to love when listening to her music. Below she talks about “When That Day Comes.” Read on to find out what she had to say about her latest album.
Paul McGillion is a face you probably recognize from an array of television shows and movies. His talent as no end, having the uncanny ability to completely emerse himself into a role so profoundly, that the audience cannot help but be drawn into his character and onscreen presence.
Starring in the fresh new dance movie called “Heartbeats”, he plays the father of a talented young dancer, trying to follow her dreams. I was given the opportunity to chat with Paul about this role and some of his experiences playing it. It was a great experience learning his take of the film.
Paul has also grabbed a part in movie “Midnight Run”, starring Bella Thorne and Patrick Schwarzenegger, coming soon. That didn’t stop this dedicated man from being cast in a recurring role on CW’s “The Flash”, as well a snagging a part in the third season of “Frontier”.
Whether it’s science fiction, drama, or action, Paul’s accolades will captivate audiences with his unmistakable talent and charisma. Let’s take a look at what he had to say. Continue reading “Interview with Paul McGillion from @erinwise82”
Lisa Chandler recently appeared in the Netflix Original series Altered Carbon and our writer Erin had the chance to discuss her work as an actress and stunt woman. Thank you Ms. Chandler for taking the time to answer our digital questions. Continue reading “Interview with Lisa Chandler from @erinwise82 ( @Lisa_Chandler )”
Earlier this month I had an opportunity to speak through email with Ji Strangeway, writer of Red as Blue, about her work on this genre blending LGBTQ comic. I would like to thank her for her time and if you want to know more about Red as Blue you can find my review of the book on our site. Continue reading “Interview with Red as Blue Writer Ji Strangeway from @kleffnotes”
How hard would it be playing a doctor turned vampire? Or a psychic and a shape shifting grief counselor? If you have the talent of Rukiya Bernard, you make it appear easy and as natural as breathing. Bernard is the gifted actress behind the character of Doc on SYFY’s Van Helsing. She previously appeared on The CW’s Supernatural as Camille Thibideaux in the Season 7 episode “The Mentalists” and recently came back as a new character, Dr. Mia Vallens in the Season 13 episode “The Big Empty.”
Rukiya took the time from her busy shooting schedule to speak with me about Van Helsing’s Doc as well as her roles on Supernatural. I found her to be well spoken and intelligent with a charming quality that made it a pleasure hearing about these characters and what playing them has meant to her. Read below to find out what she had to say.
Fate is a concept that causes fear for many people. I suppose in the back of our minds this fear is born from a feeling of helplessness over the path where our lives will take us.
In the second season of Swerve Winny Clarke is appearing as a brand new character named Cassidy and I had the chance to ask her a few questions about becoming part of this exciting series. She also shared some thoughts on her time at DragonCon with co-star Sharon Belle and executive producer Sheila Allen in this digital interview. Continue reading “#SwerveSeries Interview with Winny Clarke ( @SwerveSeries @WinnyClarke ) from @kleffnotes”