I've had a couple of "interviews" appear online recently.
The first is at the Random Wizard blog. Check out some of his other old-school focused posts while you're there.
The second is the D&D Podcast from May 10 with Mike Mearls, Jeremy Crawford, and Rodney Thompson. We talk about the genesis of 2nd Edition AD&D, Al Qadim, and other topics related to the late '80s and early '90s. It was a fun recording session, and it turned into an excellent podcast, in my biased opinion.
I'm generally a bit reluctant to do these types of things because there's always that part of me that thinks, "aww, people don't really care about what I have to say." If I really believed that, of course, I wouldn't bother with this blog -- yet I constantly prod myself to bother with the Howling Tower more, not less, and interviews and podcasts usually draw positive reactions.
Just two and a half weeks remain until I get on a plane and fly to Dallas for another installment of the North Texas RPG Con. A month ago, my prep work for this show was steaming along at flank speed and I thought I had everything well in hand. Now I'm closing into my usual pre-convention, gotta-get-everything done cram sessions. I'm not hitting the panic button yet; there's still time to get everything finished, if nothing goes wrong and I don't let myself fall into the usual trap.