#0624: Ann Burke; Marc Price; & Andrew Fazekas

The Stuph File Program

Featuring Ann Burke, author of The Seventh Shot; filmmaker Marc Price; & science writer Andrew Fazekas

Ann Burke is the author of the true crime novel, The Seventh Shot, which chronicles a murderer that she actually went to school with.

British film director, Marc Price, who makes micro budget films is back on the show after a decade since of the release of his zombie film Colin, which cost all of $75 to make. His two most recent films are Nightshooters (see the trailer here) and Dune Drifter (see a behind the scenes video here).
(You can also hear Marc’s previous appearance on show from 2010 on #0064, or you can hear the conversation via Audea: Marc Price – Horror On A Tiny Budget)

Science writer, Andrew FazekasThe Night Sky Guy, author of National Geographic Backyard Guide to the Night Sky, talks about the duelling billionaires, Sir Richard Branson with Virgin Galactic and Jeff Bezos with Blue Origin, who recently went to space. (Patreon Stuph File Program fans, there is a Patreon Reward Extra where Andrew and I go into greater depth as to the success and image of the two space shots and what the future holds for space tourism). 

This week’s opening slate is presented by Suzanne Paris, a graphic artist and writer here in Montreal.

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