The Stuph File Program
Featuring Sebastien de Castell, author of The Malevolent Seven; Ky Michaelson, inventor of the beer-powered motorcycle; & Ron Degenfelder, owner & operator of The Puzzle Barn
Sebastien de Castell is the author of the fantasy novel, The Malevolent Seven. It’s a story that deals with wizards. Think you know wizards? Think again!
(Patreon Stuph File Program fans, there is a Patreon Reward Extra where Sebastien and I not only have a post interview chat, but a pre-interview chat. We bonded over the fact that we both grew up as the youngest children of much older parents and we had much older siblings too).
Ky Michaelson is an inventor who has created several odd items such as a rocket-powered toilet and a jet powered coffee pot. His latest creation is a motorcycle that is powered by beer. Ky has been inventing weird things since he was a kid. For more info, check out Ky’s Facebook page.
Ron Degenfelder is the owner and operator of The Puzzle Barn where you can rent hundreds of jigsaw puzzles from his converted chicken coop in Boston, New York. For more info, check out Ron’s Facebook group.
Now you can listen to selected items from The Stuph File Program on the new audio service, Audea. A great way to keep up with many of the interviews from the show and take a trip down memory lane to when this show began back in 2009, with over 750 selections to choose from!
This week’s guest slate is presented by Jamie Tennant, the Program Director at CFMU FM 93.3 in Hamilton, Ontario, which plays The Stuph File Program every Thursday at 2pm.
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