The Indie Spiritualist Presents: A Conversation With Michael Imperioli

October 13, 2020

Chris Grosso sits down with Michael Imperioli to discuss Tibetan Buddhism, his band Zopa, theater, music gear, the end of The Sopranos, the 2020 election, and more.

Click HERE to check out Zopa! 

Click HERE to check out the Talking Sopranos Podcast!

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The Indie Spiritualist Presents: A Conversation With Dan Cortese

June 20, 2020

Chris Grosso and Dan Cortese talk about life, love, parenthood, YO! MTV Raps, Seinfeld, spirituality, and much more. Recorded on 6/19/20.

Check out Dan’s incredible new book, “Step Off: My Journey from Mimbo to Manhood” HERE!

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New Article Up At Fangoria.com

April 16, 2020

Annie

It’s an honor as always to have the frightfully wonderful Fangoria publish another one of my articles. You can check it out HERE if it’s your kind vibe (which it better be because Fangoria and horror movies fucking rule!)

 

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Guess Who’s Writing For Fangoria?!

February 13, 2020

FANGO LOGO

Though it happened at the end of last year (yeah, I suck at keeping this site updated), I’m now writing for Fangoria. This is a dream come true as I’ve been a huge fan of theirs since the ’80s! I have two articles live on their website right now that are linked below. You do have to sign up to read them, but it’s free and you’re allowed 3 articles a month with the subscription!  

Fango 1

Click HERE to read “Lessons from Horror: Gnashing Teeth, Wailing Cries, and the Masks That We All Wear”.

Fango 2

Click HERE to read “There Is No Punchline (Shadows, Mental Health, Horror, and Healing)”.

 

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Chris Grosso Talking With NPR’s Colin McEnroe

October 25, 2019

Nose 1

This week, The Washington Post published “The 20 defining comedy sketches of the past 20 years” covering television sketch comedy of the 2000s. It includes a lot of what you’d expect it to include: SNL‘s “More Cowbell” and “Black Jeopardy with Tom Hanks,” Inside Amy Schumer‘s “Last F—able Day,” Chappelle’s Show‘s “Frontline — Clayton Bigsby.”

And: For only the second time ever, The Nose has read a book. This time it’s Stephen King’s latest, The Institute. It’s a kind of science fiction horror thriller with kids in it that harkens back to a lot of classic King.

Click HERE to check out the show!

Nose 2

 

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