Listen to Peter as he talks about his writing, publishing, and life in general.

  • Michael Mehas's Blog---10/09/08

    Michael Mehas, author of the award winning Stolen Boy, interviews Peter on his web blog:

    http://stolenboy.com/2008/10/09/publishing-and-writing-with-peter-balaskas/

  • The Michael Dresser Show---4/23/08

    Radio show host Michael Dresser along with Gary Young interview author Peter Balaskas about his book "The Grandmaster."

    http://www.exmachinapress.com/sv/audio/Dresser4-23.htm

  • Write On!---4/3/08

    Radio show host John Seeley talks with author Peter Balaskas about his book "The Grandmaster," a supernatural thriller that takes place during the Holocaust. Appearing in two segments: "Featured Guest Author Peter Balaskas" and "Writer's Tips."

    http://www.exmachinapress.com/sv/audio/WriteOn4-3-08.htm

  • KCSN FM, 88.5 FM---Arts and Roots Forum, 3/14/2008, 4PM

    Host Martin Perlich interviews Ex Machina Press Founder Peter A. Balaskas and Associate Editor Mark D'Anna. Listen as they talk about Peter forming an independent publishing company, Mark's story collection "Big Brown Bag," and Peter's short story "Duet," which is featured in the award-winning Silent Voices: a creative mosaic of fiction, Volume Three.

    http://www.exmachinapress.com/sv/audio/ARF3-08.htm

  • KXLU, 88.9 FM---Center Stage, 1/20/07, 7:30 PM

    Center Stage interviewed Ex Machina Press Founder Peter A. Balaskas and Associate Editor Mark D'Anna. Hear about the origins of Ex Machina Press and Silent Voices, the art of good storytelling, and how their experiences at Loyola Marymount University helped focus their passions for their writing and publishing.

    http://www.exmachinapress.com/sv/aud...

  • KCSN, 88.5 FM---Arts and Roots Forum, 11/9/06, 4PM

    Host Martin Perlich interviews Ex Machina Press Head Editor and Founder Peter A. Balaskas. Listen in on the origins of Ex Machina Press, Peter's experiences as a writer and a crew member on the NBC soap opera "Passions" and all other exciting stuff.

    http://www.exmachinapress.com/sv/audio/ARF11-06.htm