Hellbound.ca turned 5 years old earlier this month and we’re ready to celebrate! Wow, I sometimes find it hard to imagine that this little…
Our second anniversary celebration wouldn’t be complete without hearing from Hellbound’s evil editor-in-chief. Cara Cross took the opportunity to interrogate Sean Palmerston about his unholy creation.
Installment #18 of our staff interviews is with transplanted Canadian Jay H. Gorania, who gave up Saskatchewan for Texas. Go figure!
Today’s interview in our ongoing staff interview profiles is with Northern California-based writer Justin M. Norton
Today’s staff interrogation is with Hellbound Radio co-host and all around good dude Kevin Stewart-Panko.
With today being the second anniversary of the launch of Hellbound.ca (yay us!), we have decided to do short interviews with the staff of Hellbound so that you the readers can find out more about us and where we come from. Justin M. Norton came up with a bunch of questions, which we will be asking all of our current staff over the next few weeks.
Adrien Begrand was the first writer to sign on with Sean when he decided to start Hellbound, so he is the first one to be interviewed. Here is his interview below. Please enjoy
Steve Truglio is a professional photographer from the USA who has had his shots appear in publications such as The Aquarian and Metal Maniacs, as well as a number of albums by Clutch. One of Steve’s favourite bands of all time is Rush and he has been lucky enough to shoot them live a number of times over the years. Steve was nice enough to let us print a photo gallery of some of his favourite Rush pics he has taken, all of which can be seen below.
“I think quality and uniqueness are what makes books into big sellers. Reading books is a subversive and uncommercial action from the start. Books are the last bastion of quality and uniqueness in mass culture.”
An interview with Ian Christe, founder and publisher of the Bazillion Points publishing company.
Hellbound.ca’s good friend Adrian Bromley passed away one year ago today, on December 7th, 2008. Sean Palmerston discusses his friendship with Adrian and remembers his dear friend and colleague.