Interviews

On Starting Over

I gave a brief interview about starting over (after Hurricane Katrina) and it was posted here along with a number of other highly uplifting stories. Here's mine: Elayne Angel I had a successful business in the French Quarter of New Orleans for over 12 years. Unfortunately, it closed in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. My husband and I spent a modest sum and moved into a home in the Yucatan of Mexico. In this new, quiet environment I applied myself to writing a book “The Piercing Bible” on my area of expertise. The book has been published (by Ten Speed/Random House) and now my job is promoting it online and via book signings around the US. I networked with everyone I knew to let them know that I was writing a book and I got lucky: I have a friend whose brother works in publishing. He heard about my project and took an interest in it. He was instrumental in getting my proposal and sample chapters to a few major publishers. Without his assistance, I'm not sure how long it might have taken to get published. http://piercingbible.com To give credit where credit is due, my friend mentioned above is Caitlin McDiarmid, the Administrator for the Association of Professional Piercers. And the instrumental help was given to me by her brother, Mark. Here's to the McDiarmids for all of their amazing support!

Book Review and Podcast Interview on BMENews

Jordan Ginsberg of BME reviewed The Piercing Bible and also interviewed me. Check this page for the written review and the podcast: BME: Tattoo, Piercing and Body Modification News » ModBlog » Elayne Angel Podcast and Book Review.

Podcast Interview Coming Soon...

Jordan Ginsburg of BMEzine is about to post a review of The Piercing Bible, and he and I are scheduling an interview tomorrow that he'll be posting as a podcast on that site. I will give you the exact link once I know it. I'm also getting ready to head out to Las Vegas for the annual conference of the Association of Professional Piercers. I'm excited that we're holding it at the Tropicana this year. The Riviera was familiar after so many years, but change is good! Sure 't wait to see all my colleagues, associates, and friends there....
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