In this episode, I chat with singer-songwriter, author, actress, and publisher, Kasey Lansdale about her new publishing company, Pandi Press, her first love—music, books, and growing as a creative.
Produced by Grammy award-winner John Carter Cash, Kasey Lansdale is a “Jack of all trades.” From a country blues singer and songwriter to actress and author, the small-town girl from Nacogdoches, Texas, dreams big. Now a Los Angeles, California resident, Lansdale is a regular performer at the famed Hotel Café in Hollywood.
Her music was featured in the film Cold in July, starring award-winning actor Michael C. Hall of Showtimes’ hit series Dexter, Animal Planet, IFC Channel, and the award-winning Sundance TV Channel series, Hap and Leonard, where Lansdale can also be spotted as an actress.
As an author, Lansdale was first published at the tender age of eight by Random House and is the author of several short stories and novellas, including publications from Harper Collins, Titan Books, & others.
Lansdale is the editor of assorted anthology collections, including Subterranean Press’ Impossible Monsters. Her new collection, Terror Is Our Business, was lauded by Publisher’s Weekly as “storytelling that delightfully takes on a lighter and sharper edge.”
Most recently, her collaboration with her father and brother, The Companion, was adapted to episode 4 of the television remake of Shudder’s Creepshow, produced by Walking Dead producer Greg Nicotero.
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