Meet the Team at CultureSonar


Al Cattabiani is CultureSonar’s founder. He has always worked in and around the arts. His companies have generally focused on music, indie/foreign film, documentaries, and holistic living. Over the years, he has released well over 1,000 titles, including many Oscar, Grammy and Emmy winners. Although playing guitar has never been his Day Job, quite rightly, he’s been gigging steadily for years — and is an avid fan.

Cindy Grogan is a longtime freelance writer, having worked in a ton of different industries, writing a ton of different things. Her background in radio is a natural fit for her love of music – anything from the Beatles to Hank Williams, Sr. to Prokofiev. A rabid consumer of pop culture and politics, Cindy finds the smartass tendencies that once got her grounded now serve her well in Facebook arguments. Oh, and she also loves cats.


Scott Freiman is a composer, producer, musician, teacher, tech entrepreneur, and Beatleologist.  In his copious spare time, he dreams up articles for CultureSonar.  Sometimes, he actually writes them.

Don Klees has spent many years in the video business. This continues to enrich his life in many ways, chief among them being able to tell people he watches television for a living. An avid consumer of pop – and sometimes not-so-popular – culture, his spare time is devoted to putting his film production degree to use on a documentary about the old-time radio cult-classic Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar.

Emmy Potter is a Midwestern-born, New York City-based actor, writer, producer, Anglophile, guacamole-enthusiast, and devoted Kansas City Royals fan. She owns two sonic screwdrivers, has read Harry Potter more times than she can count, and can quote Jaws and Jurassic Park with 100% accuracy. When she’s not flexing her nerd muscles, she’s most likely writing about film, TV, comedy, and/or theatre for a number of online publications/websites or riding her bicycle around the tri-state area like the Spielberg film child-protagonist she always aspired to be. Twitter: @emmylanepotter

Josh Turner is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, arranger and producer. His YouTube channel has over 150,000 subscribers and 30 million views. He wanders across diverse genres, including Folk, Jazz, Bluegrass, Classic Rock, Celtic, Indie and Classical. He started playing at 13, in his native Indianapolis, when his PlayStation 2 was confiscated. He also loves food, wine and his cat.

Bob Condren is a freelance writer who fell in love with rock ‘n roll at an early age, hypnotized by a transistor radio blaring Top 40 hits under his pillow. He is an unrepentant record collector, movie buff and lifelong baseball fan who can’t wait to take his grandkids to their first Cubs game. Still holding out hope for an Office reunion show. Twitter: @BobCondre

John Montagna is a bass guitarist, singer, songwriter (but not a “singer-songwriter”) and Brooklyn Native. He has toured the world and elsewhere with Alan Parsons, Todd Rundgren, The Turtles (featuring Flo & Eddie) and many other legendary hit makers, and he created the theme music for the top-rated comedy podcast “WTF With Marc Maron.” John prefers to view his all-consuming obsession with The Beatles as an asset, rather than a liability.

Tim Kinley is a longtime disciple of the Mothership Connection and spends way too much time copping duplicate copies of Parliament-Funkadelic albums. Documentaries, CD compilations and other Funky projects also distract him from paying utility bills, which results in his cell phone bill not being paid on time.

Michael Rays is a guitar gadfly, author, tennis nut, amateur psychoanalyst, wannabe statistician and the world’s first rocksolographer. He searches for interesting guitar and music topics lying in plain sight, and he searches for food the same way. He lives in Billings, Montana, where he runs an advertising agency. Twitter: @michaelraysgo

Will Wills — a native-born Italian, raised in the US — does a killer impersonation of Mario (“a-letsa-go!”). Generally, you’ll find him frenetically bouncing between software development at a large US firm, leading a local dance/pop band, playing COD and watching MST3K. Yes, he’s sleep deprived, but you can follow his resulting incoherence at @WillrWills or his band at @WillsAndTheWays or his blog if you’re suffering from insomnia, too.

John Visconti is a lifelong music and movies aficionado with wide-ranging tastes, from The British Invasion and Motown, to the blues, a dash of jazz, on through to power pop, funk, retro soul, folk, bubblegum and metal. He digs film noir, screwball comedies, classic B movies, and Toho’s original Godzilla series. In the late 1980s, John was a writer and editor for the KISS fanzine Fire. A friend once called him “the human incarnation of an entertainment encyclopedia.” After long stints in the worlds of publishing and IT, he’s currently working in healthcare. You can check out his blog, John V’s Eclectic Avenue at

Jim Beviglia is a freelance journalist and author who lives in Old Forge, PA with his wife, Marie, and daughter, Daniele. Since they’ve long since tuned out his long-winded opinions about the greatest songs in music history, he writes about them instead. Twitter: @JimBeviglia 

Colin Eldred-Cohen is the publisher of He is also putting his writing talents to use working on his first novel (that he hopes will be a best seller, made into an Oscar-winning movie and a line of happy meal toys) and his filmmaking skills to use in a webseries called Ronin’s Rants.

Colm Clark is a freelance writer, musician and composer (a.k.a. Crush Limbo) whose music has appeared in TV and film and whose songs have been sung on New York theater stages. Despite all this (if posts to social media are any indication), his proudest recent accomplishment was getting a backyard fire started with wet logs. Twitter: @malstranger

Jim Allen‘s night job is fronting country band The Ramblin’ Kind, rock band Lazy Lions, and working as a solo singer/songwriter. His day job is writing about other people’s music. He has contributed to NPR, Billboard,, and many more, and written liner notes for reissues of everyone from OMD to Bob Seger, but his proudest achievement is crafting a completely acceptable egg cream armed only with milk, Bosco, and a SodaStream seltzer maker.

Jeff Finkle is a freelance writer and pop culture nut, living in NYC, who once wrote an article on the eternal search for the ultimate sub sandwich and has a strong passion for good and bad-but-still-good movies, TV, music and comedy. By day, he is a content manager for an advertising industry site and by night he can be found complaining about the Mets, catching up on DVR’d shows with his wife and retrieving tennis balls from under the couch while his dog impatiently waits. But, not necessarily in that order. Twitter: @JahFinkle

Ellen Fagan is a forever New Yorker, long-time Greenwich Village resident and vintage Duke University graduate with hippie-esque leanings. The best description of Ellen was given to her by a sardonic lawyer during the voir dire of one of her myriad Jury Duty stints: “…housewife, mom, voracious reader, freelance writer, copy editor, jewelry designer and frequent cyber-sleuth.”

Rose Maura Lorre is an American writer currently living in Montreal, Canada. Her byline has appeared in The New York Times, Saveur, Esquire, Vulture, Dwell, Maxim, Salon, and many more. In past lives, she’s also worked as a restaurant critic, JV volleyball coach and trivia master, as well as a tour guide at her alma mater, Duke University. Her spirit animal is bourbon. Twitter: @rosemauralorre

Kimber Myers handles business development between tech startups and media companies by day and writes film and TV reviews for The Playlist by night. Her earliest memory was watching The Wizard of Oz after falling down the stairs, and both her clumsiness and cinephilia have followed her into adulthood. Twitter: @kimbermyers

Pittsburgh native Regis Boff served as tour manager from everyone from Genesis to The Who and more.  Needless to say, he has a ton of stories about the wilder days of rock.  Follow him on Twitter: @regisboff.

As a long-time music guy, Jeff Pollack has worked in radio, MTV and for Spotify. He started his work in films as a music supervisor, encompassing 35 films and five Academy Award nominations for Best Original Song with the “Weary Kind” from ‘Crazy Heart’ winning the award. In 2015, Jeff was a producer on the Emmy-nominated HBO Frank Sinatra film ‘All or Nothing At All’. He also served as an associate producer on the film Glen Campbell “I’ll Be Me” on CNN Films, which featured two Grammy-winning songs, including “I’m Not Going to Miss You” which was nominated for an Oscar for Best Song. Recent projects include exec-producing the documentary ’The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash’ (YouTube Originals) in 2019, and the Emmy and Producer’s Guild nominated documentary, “Satan and Adam” on Netflix, ‘Laurel Canyon: A Place in Time’ in 2020 on Epix. Jeff is a producer on Michael Connelly’s upcoming feature film “Fair Warning”. Pollack is also an executive producer on the Netflix hip-hop competition, Rhythm + Flow, featuring Cardi B, T.I., and Chance the Rapper, which premiered on Netflix in October 2019. His latest project is a docu-series on Paul McCartney (with Rick Rubin interviewing) currently airing on Hulu.

Stephanie Brandhuber is a freelance film, arts, and culture writer based in London.Deciding to ignore childhood warnings that too much movie-watching would give her square eyes, she went on to gain a Master’s Degree in Film Studies from King’s College London and loves discussing the artistic merits of George Kuchar films with anyone who’ll listen. Other achievements include performing tight-rope in a French circus, successfully cooking a soufflé, and being able to do a moderately good Scottish accent. Twitter: @stephbranded 

Bill Flanigin is a freelance writer who enjoys classic rock and crappy beer. Once a middle school English teacher, he left the profession after reading one too many essays on family trips to Disney. His kids are grown so he’s able to do lots of stuff now. Follow him on Twitter at @billyflan.

Michael Sarno has a bachelor’s degree in history so you know he takes the history of music seriously. An avid student of 20th-century rock, he spends his time writing/researching underappreciated stories and resurfacing unforgettable anecdotes. Originally from Boston, Michael currently resides in Portland, OR and can be reached at and followed at @vanzkantdanz on Instagram.

Ken Womack is an internationally renowned Beatles authority regarding the band’s enduring artistic influence. He is the author or editor of more than 40 books. His latest project is the authorized biography and archive of beloved Beatles road manager Mal Evans, due out in 2023. You can learn more about Ken’s work at

Anthony Robustelli is a singer-songwriter-multiinstrumentalist-producer-author who resides in Brooklyn, New York, and The Catskill Mountains. He is the owner of the Shady Bear Productions and hosts a podcast, “The Beatles Multi-Track Meltdown.”

Erik Mattox is one of the founders of 103.3 Asheville FM, a low-power FM radio station in Asheville, NC. Since its inception in 2009, Erik has hosted “The UnCola” every Tuesday playing “Forgotten Pop from the Last 50 Years” and “The WestCoast Breeze” every Thursday since 2015. He is writing his first book called “How The West Was Smooth: The History Of West Coast Music” and lives in the mountains of Western North Carolina with his wife, Lisa and two children, Lucy and Theo. His email is

Isa Freeling writes on art and culture for the Huffington Post, the New York Daily News, Artlyst, and Medium as well as CultureSonar. She’s planning on telling you about everything that will make you laugh, cry, be inspired, and want to applaud with your hands and feet.

Eoghan Lyng is an Irishman, but we won’t hold that against him. Writing credits include WeAreCult, The Playlist and The Irish Post. He now hopes to bring his love for esoteric pop to CultureSonar. He can be contacted @eoghanlyng on his Twitter page.

Kevin Ray Johnson is an actor-playwright in Brooklyn, who is best known for his coming-of-age drama The Unpredictable Times. Other works include A (Funny) Imagination! and Birdie & Tim as well as a gig performing King Lear with the Royal Shakespeare Company at Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Originally from Texas, Stephanie Hernandez has been an international student in London for the past four years. During this time, she has successfully completed both her Bachelors and Master’s Degrees in English Literature, while also working at both The Beatles Story and Handel & Hendrix in London. She is now working on her interdisciplinary PhD project in English and Music at The University of Liverpool, exploring the legacy of early Nineteenth-Century Romanticism in the Rock Era of the 1960s-1970s. With a background in piano performance and a passion for music, she loves exploring popular music and its reception.

Simon Glickman is the lead singer of The Ex Teens and also VP/Managing Editor of music-industry trade rag “HITS.” The L.A. native lives in Hollywood, California.

Candy Leonard is a sociologist whose background includes college teaching, qualitative research for the healthcare industry, and hosting public affairs radio and TV programs. She’s the author of Beatleness: How the Beatles and Their Fans Remade the World, and has written for the Huffington Post and Next Avenue  Current interests include boomers and the new old age, the impact of technology on human relations, and preserving democracy. Twitter @CandySez

Katie Kapurch is Associate Professor of English at Texas State University and co-editor of the academic journal, AMP: American Music Perspectives. She writes about the Beatles, Disney, melodrama, and youth culture and co-edited (with Kenneth Womack) the book “New Critical Perspectives on the Beatles.” Forthcoming books include “Blackbird Singing: Black America Remixes the Beatles” (Penn State University Press), which offers new discoveries about Billy Preston, Bettye LaVette, and others. You can learn more about Katie’s publications at

Nick Nadel has written for places like IFC, TruTV, The Onion, AMC, HBO, and more. He also hosts the podcast Movies My Friends Have Never Seen, available on iTunes and other podcast outlets.

Don Klees literally watches TV for a living. When not basking in television’s glow, he enjoys debating the merits of theatre versus film with his wife, telling his kids about music from before they were born, and writing about pop culture in general, including the book Bob Dylan in the 1980s.

Mare Davis has written lots of poems, love letters, essays, and term papers, and one dissertation. She has sung along with Phil Ochs and Holly Near and danced in clubs to the Pointer Sisters. Today she dances to Bruce Springsteen, relaxes to Satie, and plays “Danzon #2” by Arturo Marquez every day. She reads and speaks French, studies Spanish, and practices translation. Her current project is a term paper/essay/translation/mashup on the topic of Colette’s “La Vagabonde.”

Jacob Michael is a musician, composer, freelance writer, designer, and certified Beatles fanatic who will happily sit down with you and talk about the tonal “colors” inherent in second-position voicings of sharp-nine guitar chords as opposed to … wait, come back, we can talk about bourbon instead!

Susan Shumsky is the author of “Maharishi & Me: Seeking Enlightenment with the Beatles’ Guru.” Her websites are and

Marybeth Connaughton has written for art and culture publications both in the U.S. and abroad. She loves art, literature, travel, music, and finding ways to communicate these passions without making her friends’ eyes glaze over. You can find her pretending to participate in social interactions while secretly Shazaming.

Nikki Wantz is a writer who has written for NYLON, IFC and had a weekly column for LA2DAY called Nikki@nite. She has a podcast called, “There’s Something Wrong With Me” available on Itunes and has had screenplays optioned by several studios including Sobini Films. She likes wearing stilettos and sweatpants, a cold Arnold Palmer and a friendly game of Scrabble. She lives in Los Angeles.

Michael Massetti was born into a family of music lovers in New York City watching Ed Sullivan every Sunday night. February 9, 1964 was the night that changed it all for him. Seeing The Beatles on TV began a lifelong love of them and their music. In addition to The Beatles, Michael graduated from the University of Notre Dame, is a life-long Yankees fan, is married, has 2 daughters (who tolerate The Beatles), a stepson and stepdaughter, and two grandchildren who sing Yellow Submarine and Ob La Di, Ob La Da with fervor. Michael lives with his wife, JoAnn, in Tampa, Florida, USA.

Matt Simon is the co-editor of where he regularly covers and chats with rising indie songwriters. Additionally, he works as an educator with interests in music history, theology, The Simpsons, and culture.

Jude Southerland Kessler is the leading expert on the life of John Lennon and the author of The John Lennon Series, a projected 9-volume expanded biography taking readers chronologically through John’s life. The first five volumes are out in print, plus a new audiobook version of “She Loves You” (Vol. 3). With a personal Lennon library of over 300 books, Kessler undertook seven trips to Liverpool, England to interview John Lennon’s childhood friends, early band members, art college mates, and business associates before embarking on writing the series, which is told in a narrative format and heavily documented. You can learn more about Jude’s work at

Mike ‘The Drifter’ Flanigin is a Texas blues musician who’s called Austin, Texas home for the last 25 years. He honed his craft under the tutelage of legendary jazz organist Big John Patton. He’s also spent time with the great organ masters: Jimmy Smith, Brother Jack McDuff, and Jimmy McGriff. Mike is known as the ‘go to’ Hammond organist for Lone Star guitar legends Jimmie Vaughan & Billy Gibbons.  He has also performed with Steve Miller, Eric Clapton, Robert Plant, Willie Nelson, Gary Clark Jr., and many others. His 2015 solo effort, The Drifter, is regarded as one of the defining Texas music albums of the era.

Sean Gaillard is a long-time school educator and self-proclaimed Beatles fanatic.  He’s the author of The Pepper Effect – a book that talks about how the band’s secrets to success and creative collaboration can be applied not only in the schoolhouse but to life. In his spare time, you’ll find him browsing used record stores.  Follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @sgaillard.

Robert-Allan Arno is a New York and Philadelphia-based actor/announcer & teacher of “The Soul of The Voice” voice-acting method, and the American Ambassador for Land of Hope, Nigeria–West Africa’s largest private children’s center.

Sharon Oliver is a freelance writer and cozy mystery novelist. A native northerner currently living somewhere in the south, she loves British detective shows and will cover and defend (especially funk) music-related news to the bitter end because this is One Nation Under A Groove. Twitter: @olivershar7

Graham Pierrepoint is a British-based writer and an avid consumer of classic pop culture.  He is a seasoned movie critic and ghostwriter with a genuine passion for rock and pop of yesteryear, having spent his youth collecting Tears For Fears and Scritti Politti LPs.

Dan Gunderman is an active author, film critic and media professional. Dan is a former staff writer for the New York Daily News, where he covered entertainment, politics, lifestyle topics and had reviews/recaps aggregated by Rotten Tomatoes. He is also the former editor of a cybersecurity news site and is a contributing film writer for He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Fairfield University and a BA in Journalism from Monmouth University. His debut historical fiction novel, Synod, was published by Zimbell House in 2018. Follow him on Twitter @dangun127.

Eric Owens is a freelance writer with a degree in Philosophy. While he doesn’t really care much for philosophers, he does enjoy talking about anything related to music, news, pop culture, and self-help. Eric has a minimalism self-help blog called “Antimaximalist”, where he shares his insights on living a good life. You can keep up with his latest posts and thoughts at @Ntimaximalist.

Victoria Oliveira is a writer and translator from Brazil. Her first published article was for an international publication at the age of 14. She has since written for RockRevolt Magazine, CMuse, Matador Network, and The Expeditioner. You can follow her on Twitter @ItsMeVOA, where she let her Feminist flag fly, and on Instagram @TheVictoriaOliveira, for travel pictures.

Paul O. Jenkins is an academic librarian who has been following the Beatles since 1965 when his father presented him with Rubber Soul. He has published a bibliographic essay on the best 100 books written about the band and co-edited a book titled Teaching the Beatles, published by Routledge in 2018.  He has also presented at the recent conferences celebrating the White Album and Abbey Road.  In addition to his duties as library director, Jenkins teaches a course on the Beatles at Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire.

Frances Katz is a freelance media and pop culture journalist whose work has appeared in The Atlantic, Paste, Lonely Planet, The Washington Post and others. She won a copy of the Beatles white album when she was 11 and the rest is history. Try to stump her with trivia or just hang out with her on Twitter @francesk.

Mauricio Gonzalez-Cadena is a first-generation immigrant, author, writer, artist, and model based in Michigan. Avid fan of all things classic rock, fashion, and anything that dares to stand out. Illustrator and writer of “Tongue Tied Cherry Stems”, available now on Amazon.

Marc Fagel is a recovering lawyer living outside San Francisco with his wife and his obscenely oversized music collection. He is the author of the recently-published rock lover’s memoir Jittery White Guy Music, available from Amazon.  His daily ruminations on random albums in his collection can be seen on his blog of the same name, or by following him on Twitter (Marc_Fagel).

Melissa A. Kay is a seasoned freelance writer, content strategist, and editor from the New York City area. You’ll find her work on the web and in print, covering a wide range of genres and interests. She resides on Long Island, NY with her husband and cat, both who serve as inspiration.

April Hanna is a recent graduate from Ramapo College of New Jersey majoring in communications and writing. Born in May (not April), she enjoys writing poetry, creative nonfiction, and biographical sketches. April is also an avid supporter of the Oxford comma. You can find April writing custom poetry on @venmopoems.

Brandon Ousley is a writer, editor, and creative from Chicago. His writing beat is music, branching across several genres. He’s an avid music enthusiast with an encyclopedic vinyl and CD collection. He contends that the album is mankind’s greatest (and under-championed) art form to ever exist.

Mark Daponte is a copy/blog writer for an advertising company in New York City. When he isn’t sinking down to a five-year-old’s mental level to futilely make his two teenaged sons laugh, he can be found scouring his hometown of Brooklyn for empty bottles and subjects to write about.

Ben Mangelsdorf is a writer living in Boulder, Colorado. He loves pop culture, and especially pop music. His other interests include black metal, Looney Tunes, Illinois and old hiking boots.  @benmangelsdorf

An avid movie watcher and rock music fan, Robert Matvan has been writing for TV for over 15 years usually covering entertainment news. He has covered premieres and interviewed some big-name celebs. His favorite film will always be “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and he believes any movie with lightsabers should receive at least an 8 out of 10.

Thomas Gregory is an Australian writer with a passion for theatre and literature. Until the age of age, his father had convinced him that there was only one band in the world – The Beatles. When not writing, Thomas can be found exploring the NGV as if he actually understands any of the artwork. He lives with two horrible cats and a less-horrible wife.

Anthony Arrieta is “Jewish by faith, Mexican by nationality, Canadian state-of-mind; has written for places like Cracked and publishes original fiction on his Wattpad account. Still trying to sell his ideas to TV networks, and almost made it a couple of times.”

Natasha Lavender is a British writer living in Chicago. Her work has appeared on Hello Giggles, Looper, Ravishly, Brit + Co and SELF. You can find her being sarcastic on Twitter (@NatashaLavender).

Eryn Murphy is a writer and cinephile known for seeing movies multiple times in theaters. When not at the movies, she can be found obsessing over everything BTS does. An aspiring author, she has several book drafts saved on her computer and hopes to actually publish them one day.

Allison Rapp’s first concert was Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers at age 14, and since then she has been a full-time rock n’ roller. She lives, writes, and works on documentary film in New York City. When she’s not at a concert or spinning vinyl, she tweets from @Allison_Rapp22

Charles Caracciolo is a video editor by day, a drummer on random weekends, a NY Mets fan for 6 masochistic months a year, and a dad and husband 24/7. He has dreamed of making his own movie since getting a GAF 8mm movie camera for Christmas at age 13.

Jesse Jarnow (@bourgwick) is the author of Wasn’t That a Time: The Weavers, the Blacklist, and the Battle For the Soul of America (Da Capo, 2018), Heads: A Biography of Psychedelic America (Da Capo, 2016), and Big Day Coming: Yo La Tengo and the Rise of Indie Rock. He hosts the Frow Show on WFMU every Monday at 9pm ET.

Marlene Sharp is a creative and business-savvy entertainment multi-hyphenate who originally hails from New Orleans but is now a (San Fernando) Valley girl. Firmly ensconced in LA life, Marlene recently served as Director, Production at LEVEL-5 abby, home of YO-KAI WATCH and other hit video game-based, animation franchises. Marlene is the proud winner of 2019 LA Shorts International Film Fest Script Competition (an Oscar and BAFTA-qualifying fest), at which her sitcom pilot received a staged reading by The Groundlings. As a human being, fundamentally, she loves dogs. For proof of the aforementioned, please see her website

Trevor K. McNeil grew up in the frozen wilds of the Yukon Territory. Relocating to the West Coast he attended the University of Victoria. His writing has appeared in publications such as PopMatters, Yuck Magazine and The Geeked Gods. He runs on caffeine and thinks The Smiths would have been better as a trio.

Naima Karp is a New York City native and currently resides in Toronto, Canada with a remote career as a writer. She’s been completing content for nearly a decade on all things empowerment, relationship, fashion, and lifestyle-related. She has roots in many pots, being 1/2 Russian and 1/2 Pakistani, and hopes to learn as much as she can about other cultures while developing her presence as an author further.

Maryanne Christiano-Mistretta is an international author, award-winning journalist, and public speaker. Her latest book “Be (Extra)Ordinary: 10 Ways to Become Your Own Here” can be found in Barnes & Noble’s bookstores. She is the sole proprietor of her home-based business “Pear Tree Enterprises” ( She works as an editor, ghostwriter, and public speaker. Maryanne Christiano-Mistretta received a medal for “Best Speaker” at Toastmasters International. She was awarded Toastmasters Certificate of Appreciation for outstanding performance and valued contribution to Toastmasters District 83 Annual 2019 Conference. Maryanne Christiano-Mistretta resides in New Jersey, with her husband, Dennis, and their beloved cats.

Kirsty Paterson is an experienced writer and content strategist working online and in print. Originally from the UK, Kirsty dreams of travelling back in time to the mod era of the 60s to experience the atmosphere of seeing some of her favourite bands in their heyday. As a budding songwriter, she spends her spare time trying out new lyrics on her cat.

Kim Kasey is a freelance writer and editor specializing in pop culture and entertainment. She loves classic tunes, is obsessed with SciFi, and if she’s not watching horror through her fingers, it’s just not worth watching at all. During her downtime in sunny SC, she wrangles ferrets and binges Netflix with no shame. See what she’s tweeting at @kimckasey

Lee Zimmerman is an accomplished writer, blogger and reviewer. A proud resident of Maryville Tennessee, he contributes to several publications, both locally and nationally. A music obsessive by definition, he owns too many albums to count and numerous musical instruments he’s still yet to learn. He’s proud to say that his first book — Americana Music — Voices, Visionaries & Pioneers of an Honest Sound — was just published by Texas A&M University Press, and he’s now looking forward to hitting the New York Times Best Sellers List and winning a Pulitzer very soon! His work can also be found at

Ken Hymes is a writer and recording artist living in Richmond VA. He’s been gigging and making albums more or less under the radar for three decades. Latest output is the neo-swing album Inside Voice, available in the usual places. If you have an old copy of the original Night of the Living Dead, you may have heard his music for the parody film Night of the Living Bread.

J.S. Moses is a music and culture writer with a wealth of experience. His byline or photo credit has appeared in Maxim, Phoenix New Times,,, AZCentral, and many more.

Andrea White is a freelance writer and former TV news producer with a few too many obsessions. These include, but are not limited to: sports, travel, period pieces, movies & TV, news & politics, and anything British. She may technically be a millennial, but has been told she has an “old soul.”

Jeffrey Bukowski obsesses on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and his cat Prince (That was his name at the shelter! Swear!), The Beatles, Smokey Robinson and the Replacements every day of the week as well as Folk Rock and culture war art thrice a week plus every other Sunday. Seeing how this leaves little time for actual productivity, he’s trying to write about all these things — and more — and make it pay. Twitter: @JeffreyBukowsk1

David Stewart writes a lot of stuff, mostly songs.  If you’re a fan of alt/indie country, you may have heard some of them — or if you’ve ever squinted your ears really, really hard listening to the background music of shows like True Blood.  Given that the paychecks for this do not tend towards the exorbitant, it’s nice that David has actually won real American cash money by remembering useless information on both Jeopardy and Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.

Larry Sapadin lives over in Boomertown, where Culture and Politics converge. He studied filmmaking but ended up an entertainment lawyer and has been working in film distribution for about 20 years. Before that, he was a leader in the creation of the ITVS, which funds documentaries for public TV.

Stephen Harty hangs around at the busy intersection of culture, commerce and politics. He’s led some of the country’s most creative ad agencies, worked in both federal and city governments and is currently a trustee of a liberal arts college. He makes his living as a consultant and lecturer.

Sean Redlitz is a media omnivore and former digital director for many of your favorite cable networks, including Food Network, IFC, Bravo and the channel formerly known as Sci-Fi. Twitter: @TheRedlitz

Kat Choe is an actor, writer, singer, Anglophile, Francophile, and a native New Yorker passionate about preserving good pizza. A lover of all things geeky, knitting, and a good bottle of Cerasuollo di Vittoria (sometimes all at the same time), she can quote Star Wars and various animated films at the drop of a hat. Kat can be found in the stacks of a library, having a nerdfest with a group of chums, on a food adventure, or running after shiny objects. Twitter: @Kchoester

Alexis Rhiannon is a freelance writer and comedian who grew up in Portland, Oregon, and is now located in New York City. Her interests include long-form improv, bar trivia, pop culture conspiracies, and someday cleaning her apartment. On Instagram, she follows multiple restaurants she’s never been to and dogs she’s never met, and feels pretty good about her choices. Twitter: @mindtheclam

There might not be a rock star Joe Bosso hasn’t interviewed. Over the years, he’s contributed to Guitar World, Guitar Aficionado, Premier Guitar, Drum, Classic Rock, Music Aficionado and even a local penny saver or two. A former VP of A&R for Island Records, Joe has also written for TV shows such as The Sopranos and The Chris Isaak Show. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and family, as well as an adorable Bichon Frise named Harry.

Cate Harty is cappuccino aficionado, die hard Francophile, amateur pianist, news junkie and fancier of felines.  Cate earned her chops on Madison Avenue as an advertising Account Director and Strategic Planner for some of the world’s most iconic brands.  Now a freelance writer, she is currently studying pop culture gemology and is pleased to put her finely honed skills to work identifying the shiniest bits to bring to CultureSonar.

Resa Alboher is one of the founding editors of St. Petersburg Review, on the editorial board of Springhouse Journal, back in LA and in culture shock after a few decades living and travelling in Russia and is currently writing fiction and nonfiction about this Russian adventure and about other adventures as well. Twitter: @resochka

Peter Jesperson has been a music fanatic all his life. Originally from Minneapolis, he began in the music business in 1972 distributing UK rock weekly the NME; ran record store Oar Folkjokeopus ‘73–83; co-founded Twin/Tone Records in 1977; discovered and signed The Replacements in 1980, also co-producing and managing the band; was VP A&R/Production/Catalog for LA-based New West Records 1999-2016. These days Peter freelances in music production, consulting and writing.

Ed Zareh is the playwright of “Long Lost John,” and co-creator (with Mary Clohan) of “Long Lost John: Drama Therapy,” a program supporting bereaved families, presented in partnership with COPE Foundation. Past writing credits include Second City This Week, UCB Comedy, and SNL Studios. He’s a frequent contributor to Culture Sonar.

Ken Goldstein has served as CEO of SHOP.COM, Executive Vice President & Managing Director of Disney Online, and VP / Executive Publisher of Broderbund Software. He currently advises start-ups and established companies on brands, creative talent, e-commerce, and digital media strategy. Ken is on the boards of Thrift Books Global and Good Men Media. He publishes the business blog and his first book, This Is Rage: A Novel of Silicon Valley and Other Madness, was published in 2013 by The Story Plant. His second book, Endless Encores, was published by The Story Plant in 2015.

Mick Perry has been a video producer and editor for over 20 years, but in his heart (and mind) he’s a farmer, chef and woodworker. After graduating from art school, Mick decided that the whole starving-artist thing wasn’t nearly as cool as it seemed (mostly because Mick likes to eat), so he started a search for another industry that accepts insane people.   He found it in entertainment, where Mick is considered to be nearly normal.

Gleana Albritton is a pop-culture enthusiast obsessed with watching great TV shows. When she’s not busy writing or trying to convince you to watch some new show with one of her marketing campaigns, you can find her wandering the streets of West LA with her young dog, Ginger, a rambunctious chiweenie (chihuahua-daschund). Follow some of Gleana’s adventures in LA on IG or Twitter: @MsGlea

Harold Bronson co-founded the Rhino Records label, and co-ran the company with Richard Foos for 24 years. Rhino has been considered the best reissue label in the world. He oversaw the Rhino Books division as well as Rhino Films, executive producing the Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas and Why Do Fools Fall In Love feature films. In his twenties, Bronson wrote about pop music for the UCLA Daily Bruin, Los Angeles Times, L.A. Free Press, Rolling Stone and various music magazines. Bronson’s most recent books are The Rhino Records Story and My British Invasion.

Patrick Foley has been involved in music in many capacities including work as a producer and engineer, studio manager, and as Worldwide Artist Relations Director for Gibson Guitar Co. Over the years, he’s been based in Detroit, LA, London and Nashville. He spent five years in Montserrat where he produced sessions at AIR Studios then set up his own studio catering to Reggae and Calypso musicians from across the Caribbean. He currently lives in Nashville where he is artist relations manager for Orange Amplifiers and continues to spend time in the recording studio whenever possible. Twitter: @sunburst58

Mike Michel is a veteran touring and recording artist based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He’s just released a new recording with Think Piece Publishing called “On The Mend.” It is dedicated to raising awareness for tinnitus, hyperacusis, and mental health. Mike can be reached at or Twitter: @mikemichelmusic

Ian Brennan is a Grammy-winning music producer (Tinariwen, Zomba Prison Project, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott) and the author of four books including his latest, How Music Dies (or Lives): Field-recording and the battle for democracy in the arts.

Mark Grenier has taught acting and improv classes for over a decade. An actor, improviser, writer, and filmmaker, he eats red meat, texts while he walks, and once faked his own death in the Catskill Mountains. Twitter: @marksgrenier

Tommy Zimmer is a writer whose work has appeared online and in print. His work covers a variety of topics including politics, economics, health and wellness, addiction and recovery, and the entertainment industry.

Sarah Beauchamp is a writer, editor, and redheaded stepchild living in Brooklyn. She writes about entertainment and pop culture for Vanity Fair, The Daily Beast, The Huffington Post, and Nylon. Interests include murder documentaries, the Kardashians, Kristen Stewart’s current relationship, the emotional well being of Jojo The Bachelorette, eating carbs, and never leaving the house. Twitter: @freelanceginger

John Lorenz spent a career in the TV distribution world doing program licensing and production for broadcast and home media. His parallel musical highway is bestrewn with Farfisa organs, DX synths, violins, Telecasters, and accordions.

Robert Burke Warren is a writer, performer, and musician. He’s traveled the world as a bass player, played the lead in the West End musical Buddy: the Buddy Holly Story, and had his songs performed by Rosanne Cash, the Roots, and rockabilly queen Wanda Jackson. His writing is widely available online, and his debut novel Perfectly Broken is available now.

Mark Ricotta is a writer, idea architect, and enthusiast of fine music, from Bruce to Brahms. He has written for the Illinois Entertainer and the former Rockford Area Music Magazine. He spent much of his career as an advertising copywriter and marketing strategist, and now, as a recovering cancer patient with myriad medical conditions, he gets tremendous joy from connecting to his readers by sharing personal experiences related to music that have inspired, influenced and animated him in his lifetime.. .and still do.

Shane Nicholson is an editor, writer and designer plying his trade in the mid-size weekly newspaper market these days. Occasionally he gets to write about fun things like music and arts, but typically it’s corrupt government officials or mundane city business. He used to play guitar at a bar near you but now holds his shows only for the birds on his patio.

Larry Vazeos is a visual artist and writer who lives in the United States. He is left handed and has never had to wear glasses.

Maitland McDonagh is a longtime writer and editor with credits ranging from Film Comment to and is the founder of 120 Days Books, a small press dedicated to republishing vintage gay erotic novels. Her interests range from classical ballet to zombies and she firmly believes that there is no such thing as a guilty pleasure. Twitter: @maitlandm

Carol Steinel is an itinerant comic, actress, musician, writer, and construction contractor who successfully salvaged her own soul despite her attempts to have it all.  She was inducted into the Oregon Music Hall of Fame as one of the guitarists for the Neo Boys almost completely by accident, and currently resides in one of the least anarchic states in the Union. Twitter: @CSteinel

Donald Cohen is a long-time organizer for social justice who is always on the hunt for great music. An early Dead-head he’s moved on to exploring today’s new music (from folk to indie to blues to whatever Alabama Shakes and Lake Street Dive do) – a decade he thinks is the best era in music since before disco. In his spare time he is helping to develop the Autism Creatives Collective, a community of talented creative writers, artists and musicians on the austistic spectrum who support each other in their creative endeavors. During the day, he runs a non-profit think tank called In the Public Interest. His opinion pieces and articles have appeared in the New York Times, Reuters, the Los Angeles Times, The New York Daily News, The New Republic, and other online and print outlets. Twitter for music: @donaldrcohen12

Jeffrey Peisch is on the back stretch of a 30+ year career in the music, TV and home video industries, with stints at MTV, USA Today, Sony Music, and Time Life. A recent empty-nester, he’s started playing piano after a long layoff, and is pretty comfortable playing “Killing Me Softly,” “Que Sera Sera” and “Fly Me to the Moon.”

Brooke Nalle is the founder of sleepy on hudson – a pediatric sleep consultancy. She grew up in a family that thrived on culture from Sunday trips to see weird super-off-off-Broadway plays (so far off, they were in Washington DC), countless excursions to see the collection at the National Gallery of Art where her mother was a docent, to the latest and greatest music with her father (her mother doesn’t like noise). She studied Art History and briefly pursued a career in archeology.

Rosemary Harris has worked in public television, home video and direct marketing but her all-time favorite job was as a bookstore manager in Brooklyn New York. She is the author of the Agatha and Anthony-nominated Dirty Business mystery series, past president of Sisters in Crime New England and Mystery Writers of America, New York. Her latest book is The Bitches of Brooklyn, about which she knows a thing or two.

Elizabeth Rose’s 1-woman musical comedy, “Relative Pitch,” was produced by NY’s Cherry Lane Theatre. She sang the national anthem opening a METS game, toured with “Beatlemania,” has been a blues guitar slinger here and abroad and has written songs for tv and film. Her cd “Sleep Naked” has received international air play. “Yo Miz,” her teaching memoir, is a triple award-winner. Despite this, she still craves inordinate amounts of attention which explains why her quarter horse, Sophie, is given to prodigious yawning.

Evan Gelb is a (relatively recent) Duke University graduate currently working as an assistant in scripted television development in Los Angeles. Aside from being a living embodiment of the fact that one cannot watch too much TV, he’s also obsessed with film, music, technology and DUKE BASKETBALL. He’s done nothing particular of note, but hopes to change that in the future.

Celey Schumer is an actress, comedian, and writer. Her degrees in physics (Middlebury College) and structural engineering (University of Washington) look very impressive while they collect dust. She is disturbingly good at Friends trivia, and she was definitely not eating chocolate as she wrote this. Twitter: @CeleySchumer

Julie Schneyer is a freelance writer and editor who used to be a trade magazine editor and a newspaper staffer. She has written about contract furnishings, facility management, lighting design and now, television. She loves good writing, the Sunday New York Times, getting wrapped up in great TV shows, the beach, sunsets, and skiing.

Allison Hadar is both a dabbler and a devotee of the arts, lending her heart and mind to several projects including a photography book (PRIME), a short film (How Was Your Day?) and a lifestyle blog for women over 40 ( She’s a native New Yorker, a mom and a dog person.

Catherine Wing is a comedy performer and writer, born and raised in New York City. You can see her perform with her musical improv team, Goats, on Tuesday nights at the Magnet Theater. She also beams onstage with Redshirts, the only all-women Star Trek: The Next Generation inspired musical improv comedy team in the known universe. She lives with at least a dozen puppets. Twitter & Instagram: @CatherineKWing

Erica L. Moffett is a writer who also works as Managing Director at Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. When she is not writing or working in the office, she can be found swimming, or running or reading or going out to soak up the cultural life in NYC where she is based. She just published her first children’s book, Erica from America: Swimming from Europe to Africa, and additional writings and essays of hers can be found at her blog, or look for her on Twitter @ericalmoffett.

John Troup is a longtime Nashvillian and lifelong Southerner who is fascinated by pop culture, history, rock and roll, jump, jazz, and the blues. He loves stories and storytellers as well as individuals with volatile and mercurial personalities. Twitter: @jstroup63

Eric Diesel is an arts, lifestyle and LGBT writer living in Los Angeles. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @ericdiesel and check out his blog, Urban Home Blog.

Jason Campbell is a freelance writer from Portland, OR, whose musical initiation coincided with the dawn of MTV and the Second British Invasion. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of worldwide rock from the 1970s and ’80s, having assimilated more than 17,000 albums. Under the moniker Zaragon, he runs one of the most comprehensive profiles on RYM and hosts a listening/commentary channel on YouTube. He is the founder of the database

Holden McNeeley performs in a sketch comedy group called Murderfist in New York City, and he assures you that they’re as crude and vulgar as they sound. When he’s not on stage covered in fake blood for cheep laughs, he’s singing in his band The Cowmen, screaming at a microphone on the weekly podcast The Round Table of Gentlemen, or streaming video games on Twitch with his girlfriend Lexe. He’d like to send a shout out to his fan club the Holdenators. HOLDENATORS HOOOOOOOO! Website: Twitter: @holdenators Twitch: holdenatorsho

Ovidiu Boar is a passionate music fan and writer looking to turn this hobby into a living. His tastes cover multiple genres such as rock, pop, hip-hop, soul, funk or metal, and he’s always open to new artists. He also doesn’t like referring to himself in the third person. You can go over to his blog at and tell him why his opinions are wrong. Or you can follow him on Twitter at @BoarOvidiu.

Brian Steele is a writer living in Los Angeles. He’s written and produced boatloads of comedy content for companies such as Funny Or Die, My Damn Channel, FreMantleMedia, Comic-Con HQ and TruTV. His byline has appeared on, Splitsider, and The Interrobang. You can check out his work at

Greg Jones is the co-editor of where he regularly covers Americana, folk, and roots country music.  Additionally, he is a professional cultural historian with interests in the American military, sports, and music history.  Follow his site on Twitter: @Eartothe_Ground

Tim Braine has had a long career as the executive producer of an eclectic collection of TV shows including sports, animated comedy, celebrity gossip, wildlife adventure, and the history of technology. Whether this variety is due to a wide range of talents or a lack of focus hard to say, but he’s probably best described as a “generalist.” He is currently working on a non profit venture to assist the New York City subway system, but still has enough time to march up and down the Hudson River listening to public radio programs, which is how a generalist entertains himself.

Matthew Greenwald has had a busy and checkered 20-year career as a musician, music journalist and general raconteur. Retiring for several years, CultureSonar resurrects him for better or worse. His current musical adventures call themselves The Mojo Two, based in San Clemente (but a safe distance from Nixon’s former Western White House).

Steven Casale is a writer, poet and wine consultant who isn’t as stuffy as all of those descriptors might imply. He frequently falls into bouts of wanderlust and likes to discover hidden cultural details. He is based in Brooklyn, NY (like many other people these days). Twitter: @stvncasale

Pamela Booker is an interdisciplinary writer and educator whose performance and academic writings explore social change, popular culture, race and identity. Recent enthusiasms are served-up as “savory conversations” on a range of urban green/sustainability topics. From time to time, she fantasizes on what life could be like for Scandal’s Olivia Pope farming in Vermont. Follow her monthly with the arrival of the new moon at and on Twitter: @Pamelabookerpb

Laura Rebecca is writer, teacher, and tattooed bunny wrangler originally from NY and currently living in LA. She teaches yoga, drinks coffee and offers productivity tips and journals for sale on @thescriberyco. You can follow her there and on her personal twitter @dojogrl.

Lissa Townsend Rodgers moved from the Big Apple to Sin City over a decade ago and, like everyone else in town, wonders what she’s still doing there. She is editor-at-large at Vegas Seven magazine but often freelances around like a common trollop. She preferred Las Vegas when it had neon rather than LED and New York City when it had subway tokens instead of Uber Black.

Lynn Ann Kister is a self-described Jill of all Trades with a facile fluidity that ranges from dementia care training to small tree pruning, with a dash of cooking thrown in. She enjoys writing & meditating & would like to be doing more of both. She can belt out some jazz & blues & is an old-time cow punk at heart.  She lives in Seattle & is currently working on a poetry book & a book about a dead guy. You can follow her blog at Twitter: @sixcedars

Michael Coe is a freelance writer and artist in Los Angeles. He is an avid fan of all expressive and melodic music, both over and underground. He is a writer and composer for the artist’s group Count the Clock. (website link:

Solomon Peck Jr. a.k.a. Solomon the Artisté is a native of Queens, New York who thrives as a singer, songwriter, producer, and actor.  He is co-founder of NYC-based independent record label The Label Noir. Twitter: @SolomonArtiste

Johnny J. Blair “Singer at Large” is a recording artist, entertainer, producer, and occasional journalist and radio host. As a musician, he has worked with Davy Jones and The Monkees, David Cassidy, Mike Garson, Buddy & Julie Miller, Al Stewart, and other notables.

Chris Wheatley is a journalist and writer from Oxford, UK. He has far too many guitars, far too many records, and not enough cats. Find him at SilverPilgrim.comInstagramTwitter.

Greg Jones is a lifelong musician and music lover from western Pennsylvania, currently living in Ohio.  He is an avid fan of folk and Americana music.  He’s the co-founder and co-editor of where he writes regularly on these and other genres.

Brooke Luna is a writer and pop culture enthusiast from Memphis, Tennessee. When she’s not writing, she can typically be found with her nose in a book, cheering on the Memphis Grizzlies, walking around an antique store for hours, browsing her local record store, or spending hours curating the perfect Spotify playlist. Twitter: @ByBrookeLuna

Cameron B. Gunnoe is an American writer, musician, and podcast personality. He holds a B.A. from Concord University and, in his free time, enjoys live music, nonfiction literature, and collecting vinyl. He can be found on Twitter and Instagram at @CamGZA

Sherry Thomas is a freelance writer who has been a music junkie from a very young age. Her tastes run the gamut: from hard rock to new wave, pop to funk, yacht rock to hip hop, and everything in between. She is a voracious reader and you can usually find her with a music biography or thriller novel and a huge mug of coffee. Sherry lives in Florida with her family and two clingy cats. Did she mention that she loves coffee? Twitter: @sherryt1970

Sarah Stacey is a freelance audio producer and writer from Ireland. Her hobbies include talking about The Beatles (regardless of whether anyone wants to listen) and converting people to ’90s Bee Gees through her podcast, Gibbology. She prides herself on her ability to find an appropriate Friends reference or quote for any given situation. She is owned by a Border Collie called Archie. Find her on Twitter: @sarahstacey92

Aaron Guttenplan is a writer and architectural designer. He writes on music, pop culture, architecture, and sometimes the intersections of these areas. When not working his day job or writing, he can often be found attending concerts or classic film screenings in his hometown of Philadelphia. He is currently working on a book about Peter Gabriel.

Amy Hughes is a freelance writer and digital artist. Transplanted from Boston to Chicago to Central Florida, one can only guess it must have the weather. Splitting time (and hairs) between a keyboard and a smartphone, you can be transported to Twitter: @smallmegapixel for a trip or two down the rabbit hole of endless information that calls itself The Beatles.

Steven Valvano is a retired Human Resources executive. A professional musician of the past (but never made any kind of money at it!), Steve continues to serve as an adjunct instructor for the MBA program at Centenary University.

Greg Troyan is a writer and retired musician from Cleveland, OH. He is best known for fronting the hard rock band Lipstick Generation and for composing the film score for the feature film The 13th Cross. When not writing, Greg enjoys other interests like politics, musical theater, classic literature, anime, and Japanese role-playing games. He lives in Nashville, TN with his wife and two cats.

Staci Layne Wilson is an award-winning author, journalist, and filmmaker specializing in rock music history. She is the author of the Rock & Roll Nightmares book series, and she directed a music documentary, “The Ventures: Stars on Guitars.” In the course of her work, Staci has interviewed David Crosby, John Fogerty, Jimmy Page, Joni Mitchell, and Gene Simmons, to name a few. Find out more at

Sam Daponte is a 19-year-old “old fart” culture enthusiast hailing from Brooklyn, NY. His love for classic rock (especially The Beatles and Stones) was passed down by his Eisenhower generation father and is diversified by his love for Alternative/Indie, Grunge, and Rap (Gangsta Rap in particular). When not passionately listening to or researching music, he can be found engaging in sports, complaining about the state of the New York Knicks and pursuing a degree in Sociology from the University at Buffalo.

John Smistad is a multi-published author living in the sensational south Puget Sound area of Washington state with his fabulous family.  He is passionate about music, movies, sports, and his Norwegian heritage.  Uff da! John has enjoyed concert performances ranging from Paul McCartney to Melissa Manchester, The Stones to Barry Manilow.  Rock on, man. Fun facts: John has no middle name (really) and once rode in a DeLorean he swears flew to the future.  And back again. Hey, you don’t know.

Sebastian Corbascio is an American writer/director who lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark. You can see his latest film The Devil and Alexa Jones here at his channel-

David Bedford grew up in The Dingle, where Ringo was born, and attended the same school as Ringo and now lives Penny Lane. He started to write for the British Beatles Fan Club magazine in 2000. His first book was Liddypool: Birthplace of The Beatles, followed by The Fab one hundred and Four:The Evolution of The Beatles; The Beatles Book, with Hunter Davies; Finding the Fourth Beatle; The Country of Liverpool: Nashville of the North, and in 2021, ACC published The Beatles Fab Four Cities. He was also the Associate Producer and historical consultant for “Looking For Lennon” (2018).

Podcast Liddypod:
Twitter/X: @liddypooldave
The Beatles Detective: www/

Donnie Summerlin is an archivist and historian at the University of Georgia, where he manages the effort to digitize the state’s historical newspapers. When he’s not having adventures with his wife and twin daughters, he finds time to write now and then. Donnie’s research interests focus primarily on 1960s pop culture and politics. He has been published in the Georgia Historical QuarterlyScreen RantArchival Outlook, and Georgia Backroads Magazine.