Max Olijnyk

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Tino Razo interview for Heavytime Books

Flying Nun’s Roger Shepherd interview for Smith Journal

Interview with Penny Modra in the last ever ThreeThousand

I met Penny when I started contributing to ThreeThousand many years ago. She ended up giving me a job there after I was hit by a truck, and we became great workmates and friends. And now, an interview Penny did with me about my book is appearing in the last ever…

Interview with Jason Crombie for Monster Children

From knowing (and loving) Crombie’s writing you’d be forgiven for thinking he’s a real smart-ass prick. You’d be right, but he’s also a real sweetheart. He interviewed me recently.

Cindy Sherman interview for Vice

I was lucky enough to meet one of the greatest artists alive, and interview her for Vice.

NYABF Dispatches for Supply Store

An interview with Illegal Civilization’s Mikey Alfred

Subtle Disruptors podcast

Dave Quirk

For a couple of years, I had a sweet gig writing the Six Burning Questions column for The Sunday Age newspaper. When I say sweet, I mean I loved it, because it ticked all my work boxes: it was fun, it was good for my cred and it paid well. Very rarely does a job…

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Craig

Craig is an old friend of mine. He was a skater and a graffiti writer when we first met more than 20 years ago, and now he works in an abattoir and sings lead vocals in a death metal band called Belligerent Intent. I can see Craig as a scary person if I look at…

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Face Value

A series of interviews I worked on for the men’s skincare company Brutal Truth is slowly appearing online and in print. I figured out a series of questions that would hopefully evoke really personal responses, and asked all these men from different walks of life the same thing. It was cool because I…

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Doing Time With Tas Pappas

I spoke to ex-pro skater Tas Pappas about what it was like in prison. I went to his house one morning and spoke to him for an hour or so, then I copied it down and it was published in a really good issue of Vice magazine, then online.