Satanic panics, transgression, and the sociology of the left-hand path: a talk with Professor Jesper Aagaard Petersen, co-editor of the book The Devil's Party: Satanism in Modernity. http://www.ntnu.edu/employees/jesper.petersen
Objectification, Miley Cyrus, and the next turn of the sexual revolution: a talk with Polly Whittaker, author of the new memoir Polly: Sex Culture Revolutionary. http://www.pollysuperstar.com/
Horror films, Hiroshima, and the psychogeography of descent: a talk with Andy Sharp of the group English Heretic, whose latest release, The Underworld Service, is available at http://englishheretic.blogspot.co.uk/p/souvenir-shop.html.
Dinner parties, anarchism, and cultivating the collective imagination: a talk with Christian Greer, co-founder of Corvid College and scholar of esoteric counterculture.
Terence McKenna, multimedia mind, and the world-weaving power of stoned dialogue: a talk with film-maker Ken Adams, whose new film Imaginatrix: The Terence McKenna Experience is available to stream here: http://terence-mckenna-movie.tumblr.com.
Politics, partying, and the roads not taken: a critical assessment of "that thing in the desert" with Steven T. Jones, editor of the Bay Guardian and author of The Tribes of Burning Man.
Social networks, spiritual pragmatism, and the "organized innocence" of American witchcraft: a talk with Aidan A. Kelly, author of A Tapestry of Witches: A History of the Craft in America, Volume 1 and the memoir Hippie Commie Beatnik Witches.
Yogic siddhis, paranormal research, and the stange sociology of science: a talk with Dean Radin, senior scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences and author, most recently, of Supernormal: Science, Yoga, and the Evidence for Extraordinary Psychic Abilities.
The maker movement, the surveillance web, and fanning the embers of 90s cyberculture: a talk with Gareth Branwyn, former editor at MAKE, Boing Boing, and Mondo 2000, and now author of Borg Like Me & Other Tales of Art, Eros, and Embedded Systems.