What's News - Updated July 14th, 2018
The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show
The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show 88 - Aethertopia | July 21st, 2018
Anthony Sakovich from Aethertopia joins Eric Renderking Fisk to talk about conventions, from the past, present, and future.
Listen to past episodes on The Fedora Chronicles Radio Show Home Page
The Metaphysical Connection
Episode 86 - Paul Is Dead? | July 14th, 2018 - Mike Willams, host of the Sage of Quay radio show, joins us to discuss a controversial conspiracy theory that just won't go away. Mike presents a convincing argument, based on years of research, that original Beatle Paul McCartney was decapitated in a car crash in 1966. He was replaced by an impostor named Bill Shepard who continues to play the role to this day. We also discuss the pivotal role of the Tavistock Institute and Masonic influence on this 50 year charade. As the saying goes: "If you're going to tell a lie-make it a big one". Decide for yourself!
Episode 85 - Tavistock Institute and The Beatles. | July 1st, 2018 - Walt Schabel and Eric Renderking Fisk return to The Tavistock Institute to talk about The Beatles, Helter Skelter, The CIA's influence on The Drug Culture and Mind Control, and more. But first Jim Loretta joins us for The Week in Paranormal News, starting with Space Force.
Episode 84 - The Tavistock Institute
Posted by Harrison Tumble Fisk | June 16th, 2018 - Walt Schnabel, Jim Loretta, and Eric Renderking Fisk begin a multi-part series on The Tavistock Institute.
Episode 83 - Abduction Actuality | June 2nd, 2018
Walt Schnabel and Eric Renderking Fisk talk about "Somewhere in the Skies: A Human Approach to an Alien Phenomenon," by our future guest Ryan Sprague. They then discuss the news about the search for Malaysian flight 370 being called off, telling Ghost Stories and more...
... And be sure to listent to our other episodes on our Metaphysical Connection homepage.
Harlan Ellison 1934 - 2018
Harlan Ellison was a terrific writer, one of the most famous writers of speculative fiction. Nobody like me needs to explain to you how great he was at this, you either know it or you don’t. I also don’t need to tell you that he was always a “grumpy old man,” his takedowns of pretentious, ignorant people from celebrities, politicians, televangelists, committees, are famous. If you don’t know Harlan Ellison for his writing, you know him at least for that. [Continued...]
The Fourth Horseman of The Steampunk Apocalypse. | March 5th, 2018
Eric Renderking Fisk tackles the stigma to the retrocentric community and the damage done via the accusations against Jeff Mack and The Steampunk World's Fair
The Book Cellar
Review: Kitchen Confidential and Medium Raw | June 17th, 2017
Eric Renderking Fisk revisits the work of Anthony Bourdain after his untimely death.
PIMP: The Story of My Life, By Iceberg Slim | Reveiw published May 3rd, 2018
A book about the Jazz Era underworld that demands to be read as a cautionary tale and a reminder of the adage that we reap what we sew. Be sure to read past reviews in The Book Cellar.
The Fedora Chronicles Dine - Food and Drink
The Yelp on Yelp | June 14th, 2018
Eric Renderking Fisk explores what's wrong with sites that host reviews of your 'favorite' resturants and why they're a huge part of why horrible establishments with a lot of dough are able to cary on for decades when they should have been closed soon after they opened.
"Army Of Brass - EA Hennessy Interview" by Phoebe Darqueling | May 8th, 2018
Phoebe Darqueling interviews EA Hennessy about 'Army Of Brass' for The Fedora Chronicles Women Of Retropunk. Visit The Steampunk Portal and Women Of Retropunk for more articles.
Women Of Retropunk
Flicks To Hold You Over
"The Post" | January 28th, 2018
Eric Renderking Fisk reviews that a movie actually spoke to him as a publisher of a website. Also, check out “Background To Danger,” "Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom (1984)" and other Flicks To Hold You Over
Food and Drink
The Fedora Chronicles Food and Drink: Spellbound Cabernet Sauvignon
Eric Renderking Fisk shares a bottle from California, vintage 2015.
Check out our other "Flicks To Hold You Over!"