John Garrett interviewed by Smooth Drama Radio!

I just wanted to make a quick post up about an interview I did recently for Smooth Drama radio about my comics. It was very cool to be asked so I wanted to share it with you guys.

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Above is the entire interview – I come in about 20 minutes in after the song, and I’m on for about 15 minutes or so.

Fred from Smooth Drama contacted me from my Facebook page and asked if I’d like to be interviewed about my comics. My answer was of course, HELL YES!

Normally I don’t get a lot of traffic to my comics or to my site in general (which is completely on me for not marketing myself), so that someone actually liked the comics enough to feature me on their show was a real compliment to me.

I don’t know what kind of traffic they have or the size of their audience is but I really didn’t care. I had a blast talking to Fred and his co-host “Ms. 100%”.

The site is off the Blog Talk Radio network. This is one of the things about the internet that I love so much. You don’t have to be bound by traditional media outlets or gain their “mark of approval” before you can be seen or heard by potentially millions of people.

With internet radio, YouTube, Amazon and iBooks, various app stores for games and print on demand services like Cafepress, ImageKind, Zazzle, Spreadhsirt and RedBubble you don’t have to invest to much money to get your work out there to the people.

Again, the omnipresent marketing problem remains to be dealt with, but that’s another rant for another day.

So I’ll wrap it up here, if you have the time please feel free to listen in and let me know what you think!*

*Minor warning, sometimes there may be a few curse words dropped for those that care about such things, but I think we kept it pretty clean…

Thanks for sharing!


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  1. Ted Maple @ CARiD on Dec 10, 2012

    Ha-ha)) What a funny voice that dj has)) Congratulations on that interview! Is it your first one?

    my conclusion is – I’m glad that you were on the radio but that dj is outrageous!!

    • JG
      Twitter: johngarrettx
      on Dec 11, 2012

      Hey Ted, thanks for listening!

      Yes that was my first interview, so I felt pretty special lol. I was waiting for my phone to start ringing off the hook but for some reason it has not…might be broken…

      And speaking of funny voices, one of my blogging friends told me MY voice sounded funny – he said he didn’t think I sounded like that.

      Guess I shoulda made my voice deeper. Aw shucks…
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  2. Ivandesign@web design roma
    Twitter: WebDesignRoma1
    on Dec 18, 2012

    Wow, congratulations! Don’t worry about the funny voice, almost every voice sounds different when recorded.
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    • JG
      Twitter: johngarrettx
      on Dec 26, 2012

      Thanks man! Yeah it’s always strange to hear yourself, but I guess everyone has to deal with that. Thanks for commenting!
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  3. Mitch Mitchell on Dec 26, 2012

    Dag, he liked Stupid Clowns but didn’t mention Obama; that’s a shame. And you forgot to pimp your book! lol Great stuff though; those are some crazy people. lol
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    • JG
      Twitter: johngarrettx
      on Dec 26, 2012

      Yeah Mitch they are a trip!

      I’ll tell you how bad I am at marketing…I forgot to actually send them a copy until AFTER the show! Aargh.

      When am I gonna figure this stuff out?? lol…

      Thanks for listening, I appreciate it!
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