Friday, September 12, 2014

Meet Kimberly Faye Greenberg

Tune in on Friday, September 12th to hear David-Matthew's live interview with Kimberly!

“Kimberly has the vivacity and voice of Fanny Brice” says the New York Times! The Associated Press declared Kimberly a "Warm, Sassy Diva!" The first and only actress to star in two Off-Broadway musicals at the same time with leading roles in Danny and Sylvia, The Danny Kaye Musical (as Sylvia Fine), and the solo show One Night with Fanny Brice (receiving a Patrick Lee IBTA Best Solo Performance Award nomination amongst fellow nominees, John Leguizamo, Michael Shannon and Michael Birbiglia). Kimberly continues to play Fanny Brice in the Broadway-bound Ghostlight and in her new solo show Fabulous Fanny: The Songs and Stories of Fanny Brice. Kimberly has guest-starred as Brice at the Wit’s End in NYC, Cabaret Today, The Lunch and Judy Show, Spotlight, and The Sissy Gamache Show. Greenberg is sought for her in-depth Brice perspective, with interviews and articles published in various circuits including the vintage nouveau Zelda Magazine. called Kimberly's newly released Fabulous Fanny cast album an "effervescent toast to Fanny Brice" and is currently featuring it among its New and Recommended CDs. The CD was also just featured on the Talkin' Broadway Sound Advice column. You may download your own copy on Amazon, CDBaby, iTunes or stream it on Spotify and rdio,

A graduate of University of California, Irvine, Kimberly has also performed in 50+ leading roles across the United States in national tours, Off-Broadway, Off-Off Broadway, regional theaters, cabarets and theater for young audiences. TV/Film credits include: Charmed; Between the Lions; Buffy the Vampire Slayer; The Singing Biologist; and Drek. Hosting credits include:, the documentary Secrets of Broadway and nine episodes of the educational TV show Personal Best. For a current list of all Kimberly’s performing projects (and there are many) please visit her website

Behind-the-Scenes Kimberly also works as a Broadway wardrobe dresser swing (over 12 Broadway shows) and is the Executive Producer/Creator of the educational Broadway website

For  more info visit Kimberly's Official Website.

Meet David Holly

Tune in on Friday, September 12th to hear David-Matthew's live interview with David!

David Holly has been writing gay fiction since 1995. His most recent novel is The Raptures of Time from Bold Strokes Books. In addition to The Raptures of Time, David Holly is the author of The Moon’s Deep Circle, The Dream in the Heart of the Forest, and Delicious Darkness, all available in print. His e-books include Kissing Behind the Bathhouse, Stealing the Mayor’s Underpants, My Fine Gay Booty, Measuring Down, You’re On Your Way, Boy, and The Devil’s Demand. His short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies.

David Holly lives in an apartment with three thousand books. Sharing the apartment are sundry fur-bearing fellow mortals and a human significant other. He is exceptionally fond of strong coffee, red wine, English bitters, inverted roller coasters, and nude beaches.

Early Writings
David Holly made his first professional sale to Guys, a digest from FirstHand. The story “Leonardo’s Model” fictionalized a recorded historical event in the life of the renaissance artists Leonardo da Vinci and the model Jacopo Saltarelli. Holly continued writing for FirstHand magazines and another digest Hot Shots through the 1990s.

Later Writings
Many of Holly’s stories have appeared in anthologies from Bold Strokes Books, Alyson Books, Cleis Press, and Starbooks Press. In addition to three stories published in StarBooks anthologies, two collections of David’s Holly’s stories have appeared. Delicious Darkness is a collection of stories with fantasy themes in which human males have sex with ghosts, demons, devils, fairies, and space aliens. these stories are highly erotic and hilariously funny. The stories in The Dream in the Heart of the Forest are largely set in past times or exotic locations. They are intensely sexual and closer to being realistic than those in Delicious Darkness.

Holly writes stories that skew history and involve anachronisms. His stories are mythological, philosophical, psychological, and satirical. He is fascinated by the human penchant for odd mythologies, bizarre rituals, diverse religions, forlorn hopes, and broken dreams. He’s written a gay romance with a literary subtext Kissing Behind the Bathhouse, a gay political novel Stealing the Mayor’s Underpants, and stories of female domination and male emasculation collected in Measuring Down, You’re on Your Way, Boy, and the upcoming The New World Order.

Find out more about David Holly and his publications on Facebook and at his Official Website.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Meet Kait Ballenger

Tune in on Friday, September 5th to hear David-Matthew's live interview with Kait!

Kait Ballenger is a full-time paranormal romance author, wife, English professor, and former professional bellydancer. She is the multi-published, award-winning author of the Execution Underground paranormal romance series. She holds a B.A in English from Stetson University and an M.F.A in Writing from Spalding University. Kait believes anything is possible with hard work and dedication. One day, she hopes to be a bestseller and to see her novels on the big screen. She lives in Florida with her husband and their three fur babies near the love and care of her supportive family.

Official Website

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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Meet Clifford Henderson

Tune in on Friday, September 5th to hear David-Matthew's live interview with Clifford!

Author and actor Clifford Henderson will be a guest
on PYSK on Friday, September 5th. 
Baffled by reality, Clifford Henderson has fashioned a life where she can spend most of her time in make believe. Author of three award-winning novels, The Middle of Somewhere, Spanking New, and Maye’s Request, her fourth, Rest Home Runaways is due out in 2014. When not writing, Clifford and her partner of twenty years run the Fun Institute, a school of improv and solo performance where they teach the art of collective pretending.

Official Website

Monday, February 25, 2013

Meet The Dollyrots!

Tune in on Tuesday, February 26th to hear David-Matthew's live interview with The Dollyrots!

What started as a hobby for New College of Florida students (and childhood friends) Kelly Ogden (bass/vocals) and Luis Cabeza (guitar) became a full-time career when Ogden and Cabeza decided to make their band, the Dollyrots, a full-time gig in 2000. The duo set off on a road trip to find a new home for the group and settled in Los Angeles in 2002; once there, the pair set about honing a sound inspired by the Ramones, the Pixies, the Sex Pistols, and Green Day. Two years later, the band (which now included drummer Amy Wood) signed with Lookout!/Panic Button Records and released Eat My Heart Out. While performing on the Vans Warped Tour in 2006, the bandmembers met Joan Jett, who was so taken by the Dollyrots that she offered them a spot on her Blackheart Records label roster. The Dollyrots agreed to the deal, but there would be a lineup change on their follow-up album -- Wood parted ways with the group and was replaced by Chris Black.

Produced by Jacques Wait and John Fields, Because I'm Awesome debuted on Blackheart in March 2007. They followed up the album three years later with the slickly produced A Little Messed Up. The Dollyrots left Blackheart after that, next releasing an EP on their own Arrested Youth label. Down to a duo of Ogden and Cabeza, they then turned to Kickstarter to raise funds for their next album. The campaign turned out to be a success, exceeding the financial goal by a substantial amount. That album, 2012's The Dollyrots, featured Ogden and Cabeza firmly in charge for the first time in their career as they played all the instruments (save for a few parts done by producer Fields) and had final say over all facets of the process. ~ Katherine Fulton, Rovi

Visit The Dollyrot's official website.



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