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JWB Interviews CTJ + Blurbs to Make You Buy "Nightmarriage"

JWB Interviews CTJ + Blurbs to Make You Buy “Nightmarriage”

JWB vs. CTJ: An Acronym Battle for the Ages Read author, editor, and English teacher Jeri Walker-Bickett’s interview with me! In it, I discuss Nightmarriage, eLectio Publishing, Danny Joe Gibson, IMAGE Journal, Anne Lamott, and many more people, places, and things. http://jeriwb.com/author-interview-chad-thomas-johnston-6764/#more-6764 Do me a solid: If you like the interview, share it on Facebook,...
"It's Okay to Hate Your Writing": A "Writers Write" Interview with Andi Cumbo

“It’s Okay to Hate Your Writing”: A “Writers Write” Interview with Andi Cumbo

Writer, writing teacher, and editor Andi Cumbo recently interviewed me about writing on her website. Read up, and follow Andi on Twitter at @andilit. Excerpt “People tend to handle critiquing me with kid gloves because I have OCD, and I’m very sensitive. But in the past year, having finally written publicly on a regular basis, I...
Everyday Transformations: Interview with Katherine Willis Pershey + Book Giveaway

Everyday Transformations: Interview with Katherine Willis Pershey + Book Giveaway

IN THE BEGINNING I first came across author / pastor / mother / wife Katherine Willis Pershey on the Innocence Mission’s Facebook page at the end of February, shortly before my first of two Lenten essays about the band were published via IMAGE Journal‘s “Good Letters” blog.  It’s hard not to notice someone who wears...
CTJ PRESS: News That's Fit to Print for a Man Who's Fit to Be Tied

CTJ PRESS: News That’s Fit to Print for a Man Who’s Fit to Be Tied

  Joshua Madden (@maddenjoshua), Arts & Entertainment Editor of The Baylor Lariat, picked my brain and found 27 cents in lost change and a stale Funyun from 1997 in the folds of my gray matter. The resulting feature is the first and only solo interview I have granted for any publication, and hopefully not the last. It was...
Now at Prime Parents Club: CTJ’s Retrospective Review of Let's Active's "Cypress"

Now at Prime Parents Club: CTJ’s Retrospective Review of Let’s Active’s “Cypress”

My retrospective review of Let’s Active’s Cypress – one of my favorite records of all time – is available for reading at the Prime Parents Club Web site. I also had the supreme privilege of interviewing band frontman Mitch Easter this past week, and the dialog that resulted is here. We discuss the meaning of...
Hunting for Musical Easter Eggs: An Interview with Indie-Rock Icon Mitch Easter

Hunting for Musical Easter Eggs: An Interview with Indie-Rock Icon Mitch Easter

Mitch Easter’s name suits him well. His records are obscure, hidden in record shops all over the world like so many Easter eggs. In the ’80s, he fronted the North Carolina-based jangle-pop outfit Let’s Active, and released an EP and three full-length records. While iTunes and eMusic offer a few isolated songs from my favorite Let’s...