It’s been a while, and that is going to change. After a move from Austin to L.A., ITSO is back on track with new forthcoming content.
In this quick update, we’ll cover the roadmap for In The Shoes Of Content moving forward.
In part 3 of the three-part interview with Christopher Moore, we discuss the impact his books have had on individuals, and if that’s something that he is ultimately conscious about, specifically with regard to his legacy as an author. Then, theft of original work; how his work has been stolen time and time again. Finally, we find out how Chris would explain life on planet earth to an alien being.
In part 2 of the three-part interview with Christopher Moore, Chris sheds some light on things that annoy him and bring him joy. He’s traveled around the world to research the places and people he writes about, which lead to some interesting discussions around the drink Tuba and the mild stimulant Betel Nut. Lastly, we talk about how current events and the Internet can affect the work of a writer.
Welcome to the world of Christopher Moore, author of 16 bestsellers. Chris has a superpower, which is being able to write stories that somehow take you completely out of your own life and world, and into one that is poignantly hilarious, emotionally vivid, authentic, and outrageous in the best sense of the word. In a world where screen celebrities are, well, celebrated, take some time to read some of his books and become a fan of someone who can introduce new worlds in your...
Erica Blocker is a mother, side business strategist, founder of Moms With Dreams University, and fellow podcaster. In this episode, we talk about the Black Panther movement, Black culture, being a mom and all that entails, and living a life of purpose and pursuing dreams especially because you’re a parent.
This conversation sparked some parallel thoughts from the incredible “Seeing White” series from Scene on Radio, which I believe should be listened to with an open mind by everyone on...
Juan Escalante came to the United States when he was 11. When he found out later that he was undocumented and how much it would cost him and his family just to live, he decided to fight for change. Then DACA was introduced, and it seemed like a dream come true. Now that dream is being meddled with and shattered for almost 1 million people and will affect millions more. Curious about DACA and Dreamers? Listen to what Mr. Escalante has to say on the subject.
Shintaro Shimosawa is a writer, producer, film director, and always a DJ based in Los Angeles, CA. In this episode we talk about his roots in Chicago, taking risks, and truly following passions in life. Want to know what some of the best advice is that he’d received from his high school football coach? Listen to find out!
Can the US military be compared to Buddhist monks? Is there a matrix? Are there zombies among us? In this fascinating discussion, we talk about all of this and more, including a very powerful illustration of life painted with words at the end of the episode.
A marriage and family counselor in Newport Beach, CA, Aida Vazin has an incredible story. She was born in Iran, fled from war with her family to Sweden, then ended up in the U.S. In this episode, we talk about physical memory, mythology, religion, holistic psychology, and many other topics.
One question that was asked of Aida was what she thought drove people to commit atrocious acts of mass murder, and her answer was very different from what was expected.
If you’ve ever wondered why...
He’s an Emergency Room doctor, a Muslim, and hails from Guyana. Dr. Kudrath addresses the current political polarization in the States and abroad in perhaps the most open and diplomatic way imaginable. We talk about curiosity, the importance of seeing life from other’s perspectives, and overall just living life fully.
The vagus nerve, collective hypomania, suicidal contagions, alcoholism, sensing sociopaths, and a whole lot more. In this talk, Yossarian discusses why we tend to do things that have unfortunate effects on our lives, how he himself has fallen in life, how he’s biohacking his way to a new and improved self, and of course much more.
Born in Okeana, OH, after college Amy got a job as a costumer in New York. She talks about long working days in NY, how the film industry utilizes church basements “religiously,” the relationships that develop among co-workers (both good and bad), modern day misogyny, drugs and death in the midwest, and her switch from the entertainment industry to tech.
In this episode, I spoke with Tina Russek, the gifts-in-kind manager at the L.A. Mission in, you guessed it, Los Angeles, CA. Tina has a background in radio, hotel catering, and sales. That is what she used to do…until she was called to work in an area of Los Angeles called Skid Row.