This blog has run an eclectic range of interviews; the subjects relate to film, TV, music, literature, animation, and other aspects of pop culture. I will continually add to this list.
- The kids who played young Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah in the opening flashback scene of Splash.
- The actor who played singer Marvin Berry in Back to the Future.
- The actress who played the student Bill Murray tests/flirts with at the beginning of Ghostbusters.
- The actress who played the younger of Ren's cousins in (the original) Footloose.
- The photographer who took the last published photos of actress Amanda Peterson (Can't Buy Me Love).
- An oral history of 1980s sitcom Family Ties, as told by its guest stars.
- The cast of "The Bloodhound Gang" detective segment from 3-2-1 Contact.
- Dozens of '80s music video ingénues. Round 2.
- Singer/songwriter Mick Smiley, whose song "Magic" was in Ghostbusters.
- Singer Karla DeVito, whose song "We Are Not Alone" drove the dance sequence in The Breakfast Club.
- Actress Ally Sheedy, who published She Was Nice to Mice, a novel for children, when she was a child herself.
- The author of David and the Phoenix, a cult favorite middle grade novel from the '50s.
- The author/illustrator of Little Gorilla, a classic picture book from the '70s.
- The creator/artist of the successful Anti-Coloring Book series.
- The creators of Stone Soup, the long-running literary magazine written and drawn exclusively by young people.
- The woman who, in 1989, portrayed Sarah Morton for a Scholastic book on Pilgrim life.
- Voice actors of Peanuts TV holiday specials.
- Granddaughter of Bill Lutz, writer of season 1 of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
- Songwriters and singers of Schoolhouse Rock.
- The girl who voiced Tuffy/Nibbles in 1950s Tom and Jerry cartoons.
- Scores of '70s and '80s superhero performers.
- The granddaughter of the creator of Wonder Woman.
- The singer of the 1981 hit song "Theme from The Greatest American Hero (Believe It or Not)."
- The grandson of a man who may have visually inspired Clark Kent.
- The lead singer of the theme song of the first season of the 1970s Wonder Woman show.
- The first (known) person to play Bill Finger in a production (in this case, a play).
- The two men who broke the story of Superman's co-creators living in poverty and obscurity.
- Almost a dozen now-deceased writers/artists from the Golden/Silver Age of Comics.
- The man who convinced the comics community that there would be a Wonder Twins movie.
- The brother and representative of the late author of the critically-praised 1979 YA novel The Kryptonite Kid.
- The man who wrote Bob Kane's autobiography. (No, it wasn't Bob Kane.)