I'll Follow You

I'll Follow You

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Light and lively discussions on film, music, and creative culture. Visit queenofpeaches.com for show notes.


020 Hilary Webb: We Breathe Together
Jun 21 • 68 min
Complete show notes are available on QueenofPeaches.com. Today, I’m in conversation with my very dear friend, singer Hilary Webb. Originally from Schererville, Indiana, Hilary began studying voice at the age of 13. She earned her bachelor’s from Ball…
Black Lives Matter
Jun 13 • 10 min
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019 “It’s Not About Where You Are That Makes You Safe, It’s About How You’re Connected to the Earth”–A Chat with Myan Binder
May 10 • 60 min
Visit QueenofPeaches.com for complete show notes! Myan Binder is a healer, clairvoyant, animal communicator, and spiritual teacher. She has studied painting at the University of Wisconsin and art direction at the Miami Ad School and has taught everything…
018 “My Path Was Just Sort of Chosen for Me”—A Chat with Brian Westfall of Rare Birds Musical Oddities
May 3 • 57 min
Visit QueenofPeaches.com for complete show notes! Today I’m delighted to be in conversation with Brian Westfall. Brian is the proprietor of the shop Rare Birds Musical Oddities. Rare Birds is a shop dedicated to those elusive, beautiful, and lovingly…
017 “Traveling with the Ghost of Someone He Admires”—A Conversation About Music Books with Brian Cremins
Apr 26 • 69 min
Visit QueenofPeaches.com for complete show notes! Today I’m welcoming back to the show my first repeat guest—who also happens to be the human I’m sheltering in place with—the writer, musician, and scholar Brian Cremins. Brian’s joining me today for a…
016 “I Have Something I’d Like to Say, But How Do I Best Say It?”–A Chat with Yuval Taylor
Apr 19 • 64 min
Visit QueenofPeaches.com for complete show notes! I’m delighted today to be in conversation with my very good friend and former colleague Yuval Taylor. Yuval is the coauthor of the books Darkest America: Black Minstrelsy from Slavery to Hip-Hop and Faking…
015 “Respect What It Is That’s Going On Inside of You”—A Chat with Erin the Psychic Witch
Apr 12 • 61 min
Visit QueenofPeaches.com for show notes! In my attempt to bridge the gap between not wanting to add to the noise about the coronavirus situation, but then also not wanting to ignore its presence in our lives either, I thought that a conversation with my…
014 “No, But We’ve Seen It Done”—A Chat with Paul and Angie Lowe about Jesus Christ Superstar
Apr 5 • 65 min
Visit QueenofPeaches.com for show notes! Paul and Angie Lowe were teachers for many decades at Lake Central High School in St. John, Indiana. During the weekdays, Paul taught speech and Angie taught French, and then on afternoons and weekends, they were…
013 “A Nice Way to Think About One’s Relationship with Time and Objects”–A Chat About Perfume with Shiamin Kwa
Mar 29 • 69 min
Visit QueenofPeaches.com for show notes! Welcome to the perfume episode! Today I’m in conversation with my dear and brilliant friend Shiamin Kwa. Shiamin is Associate Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Comparative Literature at Bryn Mawr…
012 “The Guiding Light Is Surprise”—A Chat with Tony Trigilio
Mar 22 • 71 min
Visit queenofpeaches.com for show notes! Today, I’m incredibly pleased to be speaking with my friend, neighbor, and former bandmate, the poet Tony Trigilio. Tony is the author and editor of 13 books, including, most recently, Ghosts of the Upper Floor…
011 “I Don’t Want to Be an Expert”–A Chat with Keiler Roberts
Mar 15 • 65 min
Visit queenofpeaches.com for show notes! Keiler Roberts has been writing autobiographical comics for ten years. Her six books include Sunburning, Chlorine Gardens, and, most recently, Rat Time, all three of which were published by Koyama Press. Her…
010 “I Would Always Say Yes to a Spiritual Experience”–A Chat with Angie Yingst
Mar 8 • 74 min
Visit QueenofPeaches.com for show notes! Today on the show I’m incredibly pleased to be in conversation with Angie Yingst. Angie is a published writer, a sacred artist, a Usui Reiki Master Teacher, and an Earth Medicine Practitioner specializing in…
009 “Luckily Theater Saved Me”—A Chat with Paul Storiale
Mar 1 • 66 min
Click here for show notes! This week on the show, I’m delighted to be speaking with a very dear friend, the theatrical impresario and President of NoHo himself, Mr. Paul Storiale. Paul is the Artistic Director for the Defiance Theatre Company, the…
008 “Everything Is Interdisciplinary”—A Chat with David Higgins
Feb 23 • 70 min
Click here for show notes! Today I’m pleased to have on the show one of my all-time favorite humans, David Higgins. David teaches English at Inver Hills Community College in Minnesota. He is a specialist in 20th-century American literature and culture,…
007 Learning How to Meet People Where They’re At with Michael Sherron
Feb 17 • 76 min
Go to QueenofPeaches.com for show notes. Michael Sherron is currently an apprentice docent from the class of 2018 at the Phoenix Art Museum and now leads tours there for adults and school groups. In his day job, he’s an engineering manager building large…
006 Writing and Recording American Romantic Music with Brian Cremins
Feb 9 • 86 min
Click here for show notes! Just this past week, my band, the Felus Cremins Band, released our latest album. It’s called American Romantic Music, and you can stream or download it on Bandcamp. To mark the occasion, I asked my bandmate and partner Brian…
005 Creating an Underground Awards Show with the Nick Movie Awards
Feb 2 • 64 min
If you were on Twitter the day that the 2019 Oscar nominations were announced, you may have noticed a little viral excitement about an alternate set of awards called the Elsie’s. However, to a select handful of people, this whole idea of the Elsie’s…
004 Going from Point A to Point B By Way of Q and Pi with Gene Kannenberg Jr.
Jan 26 • 80 min
Click here for additional podcast notes! Gene Kannenberg Jr. is a cartoonist living in Evanston, Illinois. His comics, mostly abstract with asemic writing, include Qodèxx, Space Year 2015, and The Abstract Circus. His work was included in the Minnesota…
003 Storytelling through Resonant Material with Lewis Lain
Jan 19 • 62 min
Lewis Lain’s work focuses on storytelling, simple aesthetics, and recycled “resonant” material. He favors re-claimed windows and found-glass as canvas, which he combines with cardboard and acrylic to create multi-dimensional paintings punctuated by…
002 Considering Reinvention with Kate Merena
Jan 12 • 56 min
New year’s resolutions have become pretty stale to me over the past several years. They’ve just started to seem so joyless, so totally focused on self-improvement in a way that, at least speaking for myself, was starting to feel synonymous with…
001 Best Movies of the Decade with Casey Andrews
Jan 4 • 91 min
To inaugurate the show, I’m going to be chatting today with Casey Andrews. Casey is Professor of English at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington. He is the author of the book Writing Against War: Literature, Activism, and the British Peace…
Hello and Welcome—Trailer
Dec 26, 2019 • 4 min
Welcome to the first (short!) preview episode of I’ll Follow You, hosted by Allison Felus.