In this biweekly podcast, Dan interviews people in the apartment he's often too sick to leave. Subscribe on iTunes HERE!

Episode 7: "You're Hopeful" with Avram Finkelstein
Dan debriefs being followed on Twitter by Elayne Boosler, gets nostalgic about early 90s Comedy Central, compares the death of George Bush to "Love, Simon," and talks to iconic artist Avram Finkelstein about pretty much everything. Avram's book, "After Silence: A History of AIDS Through Its Images" is out now. This episode features the song "Ladysplainer" by Yoko O.K., from the album "Immediacy," available on Bandcamp! (12/03/18)

Episode 6: "The Asshole Line" with Leo Ferguson
Dan sings the new She-Ra theme song, blubbers over his recent Joe's Pub show, and talks to Leo Ferguson (Jews for Racial & Economic Justice) about organizing and anti-Semitism. (Features the song "Track Work" by The Decibelists) (11/19/18)

Episode 5: "No One Survives Anything" with Laurie Stone
Intro recorded on Saturday, November 3rd, 2018: Dan gets sad about Nazis, remembers that movie where the girl from Rilo Kiley survives the Anschluss, and talks to writer Laurie Stone about her coverage of the Kavanaugh hearings, her irritation with the language of social movements, and how she doesn't believe in human improvement. (11/05/18)

Episode 4: "Tribes, Vibes & Scribes" with OlaRonke Akinmowo
Dan deconstructs the Democracy Now! theme music, gets aroused by the prospect of joining the Beto O'Rourke "Texting Team," and talks to artist OlaRonke Akinmowo about her traveling installation "The Free Black Women's Library," and how her history of activism brought her to this incredible project. They discuss depression and suicide from 46:40 to 56:00. (10/22/18)

Episode 3: "This Is Not The Cadence of a Lesbian" with Justin Tranter - NOTE: Apologies for the poor audio quality in the interview! Next episode will be way better! Dan processes his depression about the Kavanaugh nomination, offers some notes for the producers of Chopped, and talks with one of the biggest pop songwriters in the world, Justin Tranter, about his early years playing Dean Johnson's HOMOCORE, hosting Justin Tranter's Flaming Sundays at Sidewalk Cafe, dealing with industry homophobia in his band Semi-Precious Weapons, the differences between writing for other people and performing his own work, and using his success to champion artists like Shea Diamond, the first out Black trans woman on a major label. (10/08/18)

Episode 2: "First Truvada at Stonewall" with Ty Mitchell - Dan mourns Cynthia Nixon's candidacy, bemoans riding Cuomo's MTA with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, remembers his abandoned musical about Rosie O'Donnell's condo at the St. Vincent's Hospital site, and talks to porn star Ty Mitchell about the venn diagram of sex and acting, the tension between art and punk in Brooklyn drag, how great sex doesn't always make great porn, and how the passage of SESTA/FOSTA felt like the sequel to Trump's election. (9/24/18)

Episode 1: "Double Gay" with Theda Hammel - Dan introduces the podcast, refuses to apologize for describing a tarot reading he had in 2009, and talks to major trans celeb Theda Hammel about her years of peak rage, incels, her role in Wallace Shawn’s “Marie & Bruce,” and the inherent dangers of heterosexuality. The audio quality of this podcast will improve tremendously at Episode 4, so grab some headphones and be kind for another few weeks. (9/10/18)