HTP Episode 088 – Billy Mays III

Billy Mays III is a progressive rock musician who has spent years finding different ways to layer experimental sounds.  As Infinite Third, you can track the path his music has taken over the past decade.  Billy Mays also happens to be the son of the late TV pitchman, who developed a fan following apart from OxyClean and Mighty Putty.
In this episode of Hungry Trilobyte, Billy Mays and I discuss how his father’s passing directly affected his musical path, and how loss and creativity are connected.  We also celebrate the ways in which fans are affected by artists in unexpected ways– his father (and the memes he inspired) being great examples.  As if that weren’t enough, Billy Mays III is a fan of comic books, and how awesome is that?

You can follow Billy Mays III on his official website,, watch him live on Twitch and YouTube, and support him on Patreon.  He has social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

If you’d like to check Billy’s efforts to honor his father’s legacy, Including The Laundry Project, that site is

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Podcast logo by – @MarcieStarfleet on Twitter and Instagram

HTP Episode 008 – Christen Stovall


Christen Stovall is the author of the Song of Souls trilogy of novels. We cover a lot of ground about fiction, reality, life, death, and eating giant turkey legs at the Renaissance Fair. During the discussion, she mentions that the third book, Boundless, in the series is done, and that the Kindle Version of the second book, Soulfire, is on sale.

Here’s where you can keep tabs on Christen and her work:

Facebook, Twitter,Instagram, Official Website

Geek Resources:

Sci Fi Film Fiesta – SFFF compiles recommendations for offbeat and semi-obscure vintage sci-fi movies, often complete with YouTube links. Great for finding a Saturday Afternoon Movie in a hurry.

5D – This combination blog and podcast features articles and interviews about lots of genre movies, from The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then Bigfoot to Trouble is My Business. You can follow their podcast on YouTube or in Audio format.

Social Media:, Twitter, Instagram

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