Interviews

Big cats and big hopes

Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge is one of Eureka Springs’ signature attractions. More than 50,000 people visit each year to see lions, tigers, and bears (oh...

My Bigfoot Story

OK, I admit it: Bigfoot played no direct role in Eureka Springs history.

My Interview with Lucilla Garrett

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of interviewing longtime Eureka Springs resident Lucilla Garrett for my upcoming book, “Welcome to Eureka Springs: The...

Talking with the Rev. Blake Lasater

Before the holidays, I interviewed the Rev. Blake Lasater of First United Methodist Church for my upcoming book, “Welcome to Eureka Springs: The I-Sh*t-You-N...

Talking with Jim Nelson

Last month, I interviewed local artist and entrepreneur Jim Nelson for my upcoming book, “Welcome to Eureka Springs: The I-Sh*t-You-Not History of America’s ...

Talking With Steve Beacham

Recently, I had the chance to interview Steve Beacham of Spring Street Pottery for my upcoming book, “Welcome to Eureka Springs: The I-Sh*t-You-Not History o...

Talking With Julie Kahn

Recently, I sat down with Eureka Springs artist-in-residence Julie Kahn Valentine for an interview for my book. Julie did the artwork for the program cover f...

Drinkin’ (Coffee) with K.J.

Back in August, one of the first interviews I did for my book was with longtime Eureka Springs resident K.J. Zumwalt at local coffee-and-beer hangout Brews.

Talking With James DeVito

Recently, I talked by phone with James DeVito, a Eureka Springs icon for nearly four decades who recently moved to Texas to start a new chapter of his own st...

Talking With Zeek

I’ve completed most of the writing for my upcoming book, “Welcome to Eureka Springs: The I-Sh*t-You-Not History of America’s Quirkiest Town.” For what’s left...