A Via Lucis interview on “So Important”


Last week, PJ and I had the opportunity to do an interview with podcaster Monte Malin on his “So Important” site. Monte interviews about the things people are passionate about. He’s interviewed people on music (including the Ramones, Genesis and Sparks), Rabbi Chuck Diamond on the Tree of Life attack, film noir, and even Mr. Rogers. He coincidentally contacted us for the interview about the time we were preparing our own podcast and the timing was perfect.

Anyway, this interview on Monte’s podcast was such great fun and the result is an excellent conversation. Please take the time to go to the “So Important” site, listen, and follow Monte.

One note about our own podcasting effort. After doing the interview with Monte, I realized that the direction of our own could use adjustment. The first podcast about the sack of Béziers was just me talking. For the next episodes – the two-part series on Angelico Surchamp – PJ and I both present in the form of a conversation. It was much more enjoyable and hopefully the audience liked it as well.

One thought on “A Via Lucis interview on “So Important”

  1. This is really terrific. Thank you!

    Monte

    check out my podcast! soimportant.podbean.com

    On Sun, Mar 17, 2019, 6:15 PM Via Lucis Photography wrote:

    > Dennis Aubrey posted: “Last week, PJ and I had the opportunity to do an > interview with podcaster Monte Malin on his “So Important” site. Monte > interviews about the things people are passionate about. He’s interviewed > people on music (including the Ramones, Genesis and Sparks)” >

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