Acclaimed Author Kirk Sigurdson Interviewed Tonight

Posted by: Guy Edwards on March 5th, 2013

Bigfoot Lunch Club

Acclaimed author Kirk Sigurdson is currently working on publishing a new Bigfoot book

At 5pm/8pm PST/EST Bill Baum of Inspired by Bigfoot Radio show will interview one of the most thought provoking voices in Bigfooting.

Kirk has been involved in two Bigfoot documentaries. One is a 20 minute short about a squatchy area he has coined as Kultus. The other documentary is available as a bonus feature to the true-to-life Bigfoot movie Letters From The Big Man.

Kirk Sigurdson is also known for his highly acclaimed book, Cowlsip, and his much anticipated Bigfoot book titled, Kultus. His writings have also appeared in The Portland Review and Lovecraft Studies. He lives in Portland, Or, where he teaches writing. To top it all off Kirk holds a Master’s degree in English literature from NYU.

Listening to Kirk is like chasing the white rabbit in Wonderland. And like Alice, even though you may have never heard or seen what you meet in Wonderland, you will not be able to deny what is revealed in front of your face. Most would consider the topics Kirk speaks to as “conspiracy theories,” but as he prefers, a more accurate label would be hidden histories. What will Kirk Sigurdson reveal on Bill Baum’s show, you’ll have to tune in to find out.

Click the following link to listen to Kirk on Inspired by Bigfoot Radio.

Watch the Kultus documentary below.

Guy Edwards About Guy Edwards
Psychology reduces to biology, all biology to chemistry, chemistry to physics, and finally physics to mathematical logic. Guy Edwards is host of the Portland, OR event

One Response to “Acclaimed Author Kirk Sigurdson Interviewed Tonight”

  1. Ninepipes responds:

    Great idea to dump the apples on the trail in bear country.

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