Episode 100, and hopefully future episodes, will simultaneously launch as videos available on YouTube and our blog at paperbackwarrior.com. Think of these as interactive, documentary styled films that accompany our audio. You wouldn't want to see us just talking into a microphone, so instead, we've created films showcasing books, pulp magazines, MAMs, author photographs, connected places, and tons of vivid artwork. The video matches the audio, offering you a more interactive experience. In other words...we are conquering vintage paperbacks in a whole new way.
In addition to our new episodes, we are creating and offering Visual Features on some of our favorite authors. These short films highlight our prior podcast features in a brand new way, complete with a visualized experience.
Seeing is believing, so we have our very first Visual Feature online now! It's on respected crime-noir superstar David Goodis. You can watch below on YouTube, or at paperbackwarrior.com. Direct link is HERE.
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Great post and love the new format. I am familiar with the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia where his novels are often set. Grimy, low rent, ethnic, and seemingly a culture divorced from the larger society. I remember reading somewhere that there is a David Goodis museum in one of the Port Richmond rowhouses that can be visited by appointment.ReplyDelete
I browsed my old e mails. https://noircon.com/ is dedicated to the life of David Goodis.ReplyDelete