Robert Anton Wilson (1932-2007), interviewed by Richard Wolinsky in February 1983. Robert Anton Wilson had a remarkable career. Starting as a writer of comic science fiction based on historical stories of conspiracy, his work soon turned in the direction of physics, psychology, and futurism, and described himself as an agnostic mystic. In the religion or philosophy known as discordianism, he is considered both pope and saint.

Don Winslow, author of “City of Dreams,” in conversation with Richard Wolinsky, recorded via zencastr on April 12, 2023. In the interview, he discusses turning the epic of Virgil’s Aeneid into the story of a mob war and its aftermath, as well as his latest work and thoughts regarding Twitter and American politics. Recorded via zencastr on April 12, 2023.

Justine Bateman, actress and director, author of “Fame: The Hijacking of Reality,” in conversation with host Richard Wolinsky, recorded at Green Apple Books on the Park on San Francisco on October 27, 2018. Justine Bateman’s first film as screenwriter/director, “Violet” (2021) can be found on the Kanopy library app and Paramount+/Showtime. She lived through television fame for six years as the character Mallory” on the hit TV series, Family Ties.

Donald Spoto (1941-2023), noted biographer,  in conversation with Richard Wolinsky, recorded June 18, 1997 while on tour for “Notorious: The Life of Ingrid Bergman.” The legendary biographer Donald Spoto died on February 11th, 2023 at the age of 81. Among his works were biographies of Alfred Hitchcock, Marlene Dietrich, Lawrence Olivier, the House of Windsor, James Dean and several others.