James is a Boston Globe contributor and former San Francisco Chronicle music critic. He's author of books on George Carlin ('Seven Dirty Words: The Life and Crimes of George Carlin'), James Brown ('The Hardest Working Man') and pop culture ('Jeans: A Cultural History of an American Icon').http://jamessullivanauthor.com | twitter.com/sullivanjames
"I design so many scenes, driving on the freeways, listening to music." more »
Interview by James Sullivan - October 8, 1999
"Oscar (the Grouch) was a harder one for me initially, because I had never did a big, rough, tough guy’s voice." more »
Interview by James Sullivan - 2006
"I’m driving down the street in the French Quarter and there was a sign that said “Opening Soon: Clyde’s Comedy Corner" ... But at Clyde’s there was an X-rated show at midnight every Saturday night." more »
Interview by James Sullivan - April 10, 2002
Contributing journalists write for WIRED, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Fast Company, SPIN, the Boston Globe and more. Interview partners also include WNYC and the Library of Congress.