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Ah…to be young and stupid again. This week our guests share embarrassing tales from their youth, telling stories about foolish behavior that can be chalked up to a combination of inexperience and ignorance. Huffing film cleaner, shoplifting cheap wine, botching a major label record deal, and disobeying traffic laws are just some of the tales told on this episode of the Nest of Vipers. Hosted by filmmaker Danny Plotnick.
Michael W. Dean is the author of the books $30 Film School, $30 Music School, $30 Writing School, and Starving in the Company of Beautiful Women. He directed the films D.I.Y. OR DIE: How To Survive as an Independent Artist and HUBERT SELBY JR: It/ll Be Better Tomorrow. Michael played guitar in the band The Beef People. He sang and played bass in Baby Opaque, and Bomb (Warner Brothers.). He keeps the blog Stinkfight and has an awesome podcast called Clone The Homeless.
Becky Haycox marches to her own homemade drum. A member of various creative communities, she uses more than her fair share of hyphens as crafter-blogger-actor-partygirl-teacher-designer-geek. However, she does not know the definition of turpitude. Her eclectic musings can be found at beckyhaycox.com/hamblog.
Lee Lynch is a filmmaker. His recent feature Transposition of the Great Vessels has been playing the festival circuit for the past year. He is currently finishing a feature length doc on the last wild Buffalo hunt in the United States.
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