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Interviews

Wynn Wagner and John Selig recording OUTSPOKEN

Interviews of Wynn are a bit rare for two reasons. First, he usually channels J. D. Salinger who was a world famous recluse. Second, Wynn has some health issues that make interviews difficult. He generally sticks to writing.

There is an exception. His friend, John Selig, has a podcast called Outspoken. John has interviewed Wynn a couple of times. He appears on the following episodes:

  • Episode 73. Wynn Wagner, the first half of a two-part conversation interview with Archbishop Wynn Wagner, who is the retired Archbishop of the Old Catholic Church and a celebrated author of amongst other books, a 4-Part homoerotic trilogy about gay vampires. Yes you heard that right and for those of you who know Wynn a 4-part trilogy makes perfect sense. 2011
  • Episode 74newThe second half of a two-part conversation with Archbishop Wynn Wagner, who is the retired Archbishop of the Old Catholic Church and a celebrated author of amongst other books, a 4-Part homoerotic trilogy about gay vampires. Wynn discusses his writing and then we talk about Apple and the contributions made by Steve Jobs. Information about Dreamspinner Press and Scrivener (Wynn’s authoring software of choice). Wynn then shares 9 voice mail answering messages. 2011
  • Episode 26 – Wynn Wagner. Computer Software Developer & HIV/AIDS Philanthropist. Developed OPUS software that 90% of networked Bulletin Board Systems ran on resulting in over $2 million in donations to AIDS Charities. Wynn designed AEGiS website and wrote “Day One” the most read document on HIV/AIDS in the world. Jeffrey Reid Baker discusses his two Christmas CDs. 2007
  • Episode 27 – Sister Mary Elizabeth, Founder of AEGiS, the website of record for the HIV/AIDS Pandemic with Wynn Wagner. Computer Software Developer & HIV/AIDS Philanthropist & his partner Rick Wagner, HIV/AIDS Activist. My commentary is “AIDS Isn’t Over.”

 

Other Stuff Wynn Wrote

HIV: Day One is an article that Wynn wrote for those who were just diagnosed with HIV or AIDS. It has been translated into a dozen languages.