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Phoenix Crockett and Stephen Indrisano are on a journey to read, evaluate, and report back on every Stephen King best-selling novel. We give you the hottest analysis, puns, trivia, wisdom, and, if you're lucky, musical numbers. The Stephen King Boo! Club is a comedy-review book club that you can read along with at your own pace, or just listen to without reading!
 
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writing class radio

andrea askowitz and allison langer

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Writing Class Radio is for people who love stories and who get inspired by hearing other people tell their stories and who wants to learn a little bit about how to write their own stories. You'll hear students write their way to the truth. And you'll hear students trying to deal as we follow them outside of class and into their real lives. Plus you'll hear all the juicy stuff that happens in writing class---resistance, crying, break-throughs, connection. There's no better way to understand o ...
 
Stepping Off Now is a podcast for creative people who think outside of the outside of the box. If you're feeling stuck, burned out, or like you're not fulfilling your true potential, this podcast is for you. The host, Kendra Patterson, discusses topics like harnessing the intuitive creative process, using anti-productivity to enrich your life, and sorting through all the external pressures and expectations to figure out what YOU really want. Her perspective is informed by her own experience ...
 
Journaling is an incredible self-improvement practice that will help you cultivate the introspection and self-awareness you need to become your best self. Each week on this podcast, we explore tried-and-tested techniques along with journaling prompts and interviews with passionate journalers, to help you dig deeper into yourself. With the help of this podcast, you can unlock your unique wisdom within to achieve your biggest goals and create your best life. Let's start writing 💕
 
This is a podcast for emerging writers, who are looking to improve their work with an aim to having it published, or anyone who would like a behind-the-scenes look at the publishing industry. Your host, Bianca Marais (the author of 'Hum If You Don't Know the Words' and 'If You Want to Make God Laugh') will be interviewing authors, agents, editors and just about anyone and everyone who's involved in bringing a book to market. She's joined by her cohosts, literary agents Carly Watters and CeCe ...
 
What does it mean to make art history? In the Foreground: Conversations on Art & Writing considers the role of art in society, how knowledge is shared (or obscured), and the way histories are made and unmade—while also considering the personal stakes of scholarship. Each episode offers a lively, in-depth look into the life and mind of a scholar or artist working with art historical or visual material. Discussions touch on guests’ current research projects, career paths, and significant texts ...
 
The Melt is a podcast that incapsulates all of the experiences that fall outside of the spectrum of consensus reality. Whether these be drug, paranormal, or religious experiences. The Melt values the lost importance of first hand experience. Not everything can be quantified, measured, or repeated in a laboratory. Some things only happen in a spontaneous and immediate fashion and are not subject to repetition on demand. There is a vast expanse of phenomena that Western society and it’s instit ...
 
The Shirtless Plantain Show unites football, banter, seriousness and brings a fresh voice to the football world. Coming from immigrant backgrounds mixed with western culture, we are a football collective that does not play by the rules and colors outside the lines. Tune in to hear genuine stories and unique perspectives. We have conversations with amazing guests, using football as our canvas to paint stories from a unique lens.
 
This is the podcast which accompanies the work I am doing on Nostalgia at the University of Kent. We often know what our colleagues are researching and teaching, but we don’t always know what it is that inspires those interests and passions. What is it that shapes us? What propelled us into persevering with our studies and then to want to impart that knowledge and enthusiasm to subsequent generations of students? How did we end up where we are – not just the books we read and the ones we wan ...
 
The campfire. school, church, and watercooler all-in-one. It's the earliest form of community; Sitting around a campfire and sharing stories. For generations, it was used to build trust, share knowledge, and inspire others. Welcome to the Virtual Campfire – I'm Tony Martignetti, the Inspired Coach. Here I'll share powerful lessons learned from leaders in their transformation journey. When you see someone on stage: sharing a powerful message, "owning the room" and, having a huge impact in the ...
 
The Work Seminar is the podcast for people with liberal arts advanced degrees considering work outside their fields of study. Join me for unscripted conversations with MAs, MFAs, PhDs, and the like who made the leap to adjacent or (seemingly) unrelated work after grad school. You'll hear about life's unexpected turns, what guests have learned along the way, their thoughts and advice for finding enjoyable work, and work's role in their lives.
 
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Unseen Unknown

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Unseen Unknown

Jasmine Bina, Jean-Louis Rawlence

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Unseen Unknown is a brand and business strategy podcast about the hidden threads that connect even the most distant of cultural concepts. We look at the emerging trends and behaviors that may be pointing to a deeper truth and ask the bigger question, “Why is society moving in this direction, and how can we apply it to business?” We believe if we can’t see it in our culture, then we can’t know it in the market. From retail and consumerism to politics, gender, identity and values, there are pa ...
 
The goal of The Teacher As... podcast is to help you explore your passions and learn from others in education and beyond to better your teaching. The Teacher As... highlights innovative practices and uncommon parallels in education. Melissa Milner, veteran teacher, is your host. Melissa shares her own thoughts in The Teacher As...episodes. She also interviews educators as well as professionals outside of education in the Zooming In episodes. A new type of episode on The Teacher As...podcast ...
 
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Rocketship.fm

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Rocketship.fm

Rocketship / The Podglomerate

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Essential listening for entrepreneurs, product managers, and anyone working in tech today. We break down the concepts you need to know, from Product Management to Growth, Sales to Funding, we'll bring you stories that will inspire and insights that will change the way you think about product and business. Rocketship.fm, produced in partnership with Product Collective, inspires hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs, developers, marketers, product people, and designers each month. Join us as ...
 
This is a Baltimore sports podcast, which ventures outside of local news. Check out my website at https://yosefm613.com I also do videos on https://sportscastr.com/YosefM613 I write for https://flurrysports.org/author/yosef-masinter/ tecmohole.com/author/yosef tacklerr.com/members/yosefm613 and https://rockyandmeisty.wixsite.com/rockymeisty Check me out on Twitter @YosefM613
 
Writing For (In)sanity is the brainchild of Chris Hendricks and Chris Greathouse, a glorified web based multimedia adventure focusing on a web comic as the core of the experience. Also discussed are our other hobbies such as video gaming, graphic novels and movies. Essentially, two cool guys talking about the creative process behind their stories and what they have been up to outside of that. Entertaining? Yes. Dangerous? Absolutely.
 
Outside The Box Podcast is hosted by Nick Engvall and aims to showcase the opportunities in the footwear business and inspire people to turn their passion for sneakers into career opportunities through conversations with thought-leaders, creators, and entrepreneurs in the sneaker business.
 
Most of my marketing experiments have failed. But, some have succeeded. From spending tens of thousands of dollars on print ads to hiring a Harvard data nerd to run Facebook campaigns, it’s quite possible I’ve experimented more in the last five years than the average advisor has in their entire career. And this is just the beginning. Join me as I explore the world of marketing in the financial planning industry. Follow along as I experiment with different ideas, share my successes and failur ...
 
A video game connoisseur, devourer of food and massive talker of just about anything. I'm here every other week to deliver to you the gaming information you need in the form of Treasure Trove. Outside of here you can stop by my blog where I write video game related reviews and articles for you to comb-over. I love talking and starting conversations, so feel free to hit me up on Twitter or here, and please, keep the conversation going.
 
I'M JUST SAYIN' ENTERTAINMENT ANDREA & THE GIRLZ - (Gen X, Millennials, Gen Z): I'm Just Sayin' is where folks in the Entertainment industry come to chat, regurgitate what's on their minds and to share their views on current events, life and happenings in and outside of Entertainment, past and present. Entertainment folk are people too, and with mental health issues running rampant, especially since COVID, we need a place to release, to express ourselves. Talking, like laughter, is the best ...
 
“Love from New York” is the collection of stories about my life and times that I wrote when I was in pandemic lockdown. I started with memories of New York City in the old days, my life in Greenwich Village in the nineteen-sixties when I went to concerts at the Fillmore East, saw Jimi Hendrix on the streets and watched Jim Morrison prowl for drugs at Max’s Kansas City. On the first day of the summer of love, I heard the Grateful Dead play their first concert outside of California. I went to ...
 
Co-hosts Meagan Francis and Sarah Powers have eight kids between them, preschool to teen. Weekly conversations offer practical tips and real-life encouragement for moms who want to enjoy motherhood more, and cut back on comparison, worry, and stress. We’re not experts, we’re moms who’ve been there. We’re not perfect, we’re real. Welcome to The Mom Hour.
 
"Cocher, drive to the rue Falguière"--this in my best restaurant French. The man with the varnished hat shrugged his shoulders, and raised his eyebrows in doubt. He evidently had never heard of the rue Falguière. "Yes, rue Falguière, the old rue des Fourneaux," I continued. Cabby's face broke out into a smile. "Ah, oui, oui, le Quartier Latin." And it was at the end of this crooked street, through a lane that led into a half court flanked by a row of studio buildings, and up one pair of ding ...
 
The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
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Lez Geek Out!cast

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Lez Geek Out!cast

Andi Marquette and Lise MacTague

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Lez Geek Out! is a geek culture podcast that celebrates popular culture with an eye for the woman-loving-woman audience. It focuses mainly on work with lesbian/bi/women-loving-women themes/characters, but sometimes strays into territory where the subtext is strong, and the female characters are stronger. The covers all forms of media are explored, be they books, movies, TV shows, graphic novels, web-comics, or anything else that fits the bill.
 
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A Hungry Society

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A Hungry Society

Heritage Radio Network

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Food media is blowing up, yet entire communities are left out of the conversation. Food is the best way to get to know each other and cultures outside of our own, and it's important that everyone has a seat at the table to tell their story. Food writer and photographer Korsha Wilson created A Hungry Society to foster more diverse and inclusive conversations about the culinary world. Each week, Korsha looks critically at the current state of the food world and welcomes guests to discuss the r ...
 
Follow two Harvard Business School grads as they use everything learned at Harvard Business School - in and outside of the classroom to land their dream jobs. Each episode has three segments: (1) Business School Application Essays - The hosts and their business school friends read the essays that got them into Harvard and other schools (2) How to get your dream job - a step by step run down of dreaming up your perfect job to landing it (3) Q&A section - write in questions and comments to lif ...
 
The podcast with a Southern accent on writing. Each episode is a jolt of inspiration fueled by engaging conversations with southern authors and publishing industry pros who pull back the curtain on the writing life and share real-world insights on the craft and business of writing. Inspired, informed and always outside the book. Hosted by literary publicist, Lynda Bouchard. Powered by storytellers. http://www.bookingauthorsink.com/literary-latte/
 
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This week Andi and Lise discuss the old writing adage of “writing what you know” and how that is or is not problematic. They delve into “writing outside your lane” and writing characters who aren’t like you, and being responsible about doing that and why it’s important, and why you need to think about the lens through which you view the larger soci…
 
In today's BONUS episode, Bianca chats with Ami J. Sanghvi and Patrick Hogan of Gutslut Press about the top ten reasons why indie presses reject submissions even if the writing is really great. After which Bianca chats with author, Lee Matthew Goldberg, about sharing your drafts with other writers; the writing process when it comes to writing chara…
 
In this episode Caro Fowler (Starr Director of the Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute) speaks with Joseph Leo Koerner, professor of art history at Harvard University, who teaches and writes about the history of art from the late Middle Ages to the present day, with an emphasis on Northern Renaissance art. Joseph discusses his …
 
By the time you're in burnout, it's too late to manage it. You're in recovery mode. And it's a lot harder to recover from burnout than to manage it before it gets bad. In this episode I talk about the two kinds of burnout (why one you may actually want to experience, but the other kind you definitely don't), how to recognize when burnout is imminen…
 
Earlier this week, several editors at The New York Times got together (virtually) for a live taping of the podcast to discuss the Book Review’s list of the year’s 10 Best Books. (If you haven’t seen the list yet and don’t want spoilers before listening, the choices are revealed one by one on the podcast.) In addition to the 10 Best Books, the edito…
 
One of the most common questions we’re asked is how to get kids ready for a new sibling. In today’s Voices episode, Meagan chats with a seasoned mom from our Contributor team about how she’s doing just that! Kia is a former postpartum nurse and about to give birth to Baby #4. With kids ages 12, 4, and 1, she’s being super thoughtful about tailoring…
 
'Helen Dunmore was an established writer, but she revealed how she wasn't happy about the stories she was writing. I hadn't heard a writer talk about failure before. ' Helen Dunmore was an established writer, but she revealed how she wasn't happy about the stories she was writing. I hadn't heard a writer talk about failure before. She seemed to des…
 
The continuous wave of digital disruptions is demanding something new from each of us, whether you work for a large corporation or a small business, own a startup, or are a recent graduate looking to break into the industry. Trice explains to Scott that your ability to think beyond what's possible and solve problems with a different lens is the sec…
 
Beyond the Horizons is a mini podcast series about different career paths and relevant professional development topics to discover what lies beyond. Join Ken Igarza (MS Neuroscience), to learn more about his career journey as a NSF-GRFP Graduate Researcher. Hosted by Ona Ambrozaite, Chemistry Ph.D. candidate at Johns Hopkins University, Co-Chair fo…
 
Beyond the Horizons is a mini podcast series about different career paths and relevant professional development topics to discover what lies beyond. Join Dr. Abeer Saha (PhD History), Curator at the National Museum of American History, to learn more about careers in museums. Hosted by Dr. Christine Kelly, Associate Director of PHutures at Johns Hop…
 
Beyond the Horizons is a mini podcast series about different career paths and relevant professional development topics to discover what lies beyond. Join Dr. Smiti Nathan (PhD Anthropology), Senior User Experience Researcher, to learn more about careers in UX Research. Hosted by Dr. Roshni Rao, Director of PHutures at Johns Hopkins University. Brou…
 
Beyond the Horizons is a mini podcast series about different career paths and relevant professional development topics to discover what lies beyond. Join Dr. Samantha Black (PhD Nutrition Sciences), Editor-in-Chief at Science Board, to learn more about careers in writing and publishing. Hosted by Marta Sliwa, Chemistry Ph.D. candidate at Johns Hopk…
 
A consortium of crypto investors pulled together $47 million worth of ether in a week to try to buy a rare, first-edition copy of the U.S. Constitution at a Sotheby’s auction — and lost. Today we cover the auction and aftermath of this historical moment. *** This episode is brought to you by: Vidyard: The Top Video Tool for SaaS Marketing and Sales…
 
'What Agatha Christie knew deep down, is that not only is the writer an outsider, but that the act of telling a story requires that outsider-ness.' What Agatha Christie knew deep down, is that not only is the writer an outsider, but that the act of telling a story requires that outsider-ness to be part of the narration. The classic detective story …
 
In today's Books with Hooks, Carly and CeCe are joined by writers, Sally and Katherine, to discuss their query letters and opening pages. We discuss trigger/content warnings in query letters; being specific without being spoiler-y; as well as weaving in emotion. And... wait for it... we actually suggest a prologue! Yes, we do that sometimes! After …
 
Christina watched her adjunct spots, and tentative career plans, evaporate as the Great Recession exacted its toll on higher ed. Faced with fewer classes and less income, she opened her job search to larger cities where she’d have a better shot putting her MA in public address and background in graphic design to good use outside academia. And far o…
 
Achieving success in life can simply be finding meaning in the work that you do. That’s how it was for today’s guest. Tony Gambill is the Founder and CEO of ClearView Leadership, LLC, an executive coach, speaker, author, and a Forbes Leadership Contributor. After trying his hand at a corporate job, Tony found his passion in helping young teams hone…
 
This is the third episode in a 10-part series inspired by the people Allison Langer taught memoir writing, in a men’s prison. You will hear new stories by her former students and stories from other incarcerated or formerly incarcerated people around the world. Today’s show shares a story by Roderick Richardson, an inmate in a Florida prison. Rod is…
 
Self-awareness is an asset we can cultivate and a skill we can master. It's a habit we can commit to and a place where we can direct our curiosity and creativity. Self-awareness also empowers us to answer one of THE most potent and important questions we'll ever ask ourselves... Who are we really? In this episode, we dive deep into the benefits of …
 
There’s no shortage of IDEAS for making meaningful holidays with kids, but the reality is that time, money, and mama-energy are limited resources. If you’ve ever been curious about how REAL families do Christmas, join Meagan and Sarah as we sit down with two moms from our Contributor team for behind-the-scenes peeks at their holiday magic making, A…
 
Kay & Rob interview Jamie Nash about his book, the latest in the StC series, and talk writer's rooms, pitching, staffing, specs, broken compasses, and why the StC formula doesn't always fit the structure of a pilot. Our Weekly Resources: Jamie's Book -- Save the Cat Writes for TV Jamie's Podcast -- Writers/Blockbusters Notes From the Episode: Aleem…
 
'London is of course, a literary city, a city of writers... A few of those writers lived in my neighbourhood. All have walked the same streets I have. ' London is of course, a literary city, a city of writers... A few of those writers lived in my neighbourhood. All have walked the same streets I have. We've drunk in at least one or two of the same …
 
In this episode Caro Fowler (Starr Director of the Research and Academic Program at the Clark Art Institute) speaks with Nancy Um, professor of art history at Binghamton University in New York State, whose research explores the Islamic world from the perspective of the coast, with a focus on material, visual, and built culture on the Arabian Penins…
 
This week, Buddy & Mango find out how deep the rabbit hole goes.The Ant Olympics: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeF21KQm7EyFXtUtD_MheZ_uQqr56r0ORAhoy: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE1jXbVAGJQEORz9nZqb5bQ----------------------------------------------------------------Want to watch us play D&D, and occasionally video games? Check us out …
 
Hunter and I speak with free woman and survivor of psychiatric abuse, Ali Zeck. We talk about her journey out of the labyrinth of misprescribed psychiatric drugs and into her full autonomous self. You can hear the full episode and get other exclusive content by becoming a Patron starting at $3 a month at https://www.patreon.com/themeltpodcast The M…
 
Leadership may seem unquantifiable, but it is an absolute must-have in a field as demanding and innovative as the biotech industry. In this episode, Tony Martignetti sits down for a conversation with biotech industry leader and CEO Paula Soteropoulos. Paula talks about what led her into the biotech industry and the struggles and opportunities in th…
 
'When Inspiration does turn up, like a dodgy guest at a party, there's no guarantee it will appreciate the nature of the event. ' When Inspiration does turn up, like a dodgy guest at a party, there's no guarantee it will appreciate the nature of the event. A bottle of whisky and a sympathy card is welcome at a wake; a pair of bunny ears and a strip…
 
This week we cover the right-wing backlash to a Salvation Army internal employee guide that, according to Daily Wire, demands white donors apologize for their racism Also, very online Trump supporters react to Republican Senator Josh Hawley asking men to stop jerking off and gaming Support the show for $3.11/month at http://patreon.com/miniondeathc…
 
We speak with patrons Kevin, Mark, Jeff, and Chris during our monthly Zoom Meet-up exclusively for Patreon Members. You can hear the full episode and get other exclusive content by becoming a Patron starting at $3 a month at https://www.patreon.com/themeltpodcast The Melt: www.themeltpodcast.com The Melt on Telegram: https://t.me/TheMeltPodcast The…
 
This week Carolyn sits down with Jason De León, anthropologist, photographer and author. He is currently the director of the Undocumented Migration Project (UMP) and his research interests revolve around violence, materiality, Latin American migration, photoethnography, forensic science, and archaeology of the contemporary. Throughout this conversa…
 
Mitch’s race history reads like a guy who REALLY wants to win races. Who REALLY wants to get the most out of himself. Also, he doesn't really run ultras. And yet, his dream race is Leadville 100. Yes, a hundred miler out in Colorado. A race he surely had little chance of finishing, let alone winning. Why was that his dream race? And why are his dre…
 
Support the show for only $3.11/mo at http://patreon.com/miniondeathcult and get a bonus episode every week, as well as instant access to every previous bonus episode (hundreds of hours of content) right in your podcast app. This week we cover the new Kid Rock song "Don't Tell Me How To Live," which aims to offend millennials but mostly offends con…
 
My guest this week is Declan Kavanagh, Senior Lecturer in 18th Century Studies in the School of English at the University of Kent. Declan’s specialism is in the area of poetry and political pamphlets from the period and how they address questions of masculinity, nationhood, gender, sexuality and disability. We talk about surviving lockdown and how …
 
Hunter and I speak with clinical psychologist, psychoanalyst, and author, Danielle Knafo, about sex and companion dolls, perversion, transhumanism, and the future or human relationships. Danielle’s website: https://danielleknafo.com/ To support The Melt with a monthly subscription fee as low as $3 and get access to assorted extras and the wholesome…
 
'I find it hard too, but decided early on that if I was serious about my career I must cope with editors and publishers who turn down my work and proposals.' I find it hard too, but decided early on that if I was serious about my career I must cope with editors and publishers who turn down my work and proposals, and who frequently do not even do th…
 
WebAssembly-based wasmCloud is a Sandbox Project for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and Cosmonic COO Kevin Hoffman is convinced it's the next big thing in computing. He talks to Scott about why WebAssembly is so significant and considers it through a historical lens of decades of building distributed systems. Should you build your fun…
 
The novelist and Nashville bookstore owner Ann Patchett’s latest book is a collection of essays, “These Precious Days.” It’s anchored by the long title piece, which originally appeared in Harper’s Magazine, about her intimate friendship with a woman who moved to Nashville for cancer treatment just as the coronavirus pandemic started. On this week’s…
 
In this episode of BS'ing with Sean K, Sean Kneese talks to actress and martial artist Christine Hillary Lee. Christine is a Brooklyn-born and raised actress to a family of Chinese immigrants. She attended LaGuardia High School, graduating in 2012 and is expected to graduate from the Maggie Flanigan acting training program later this year. Christin…
 
'I find my escape from words in photography, art galleries and museums, and music. By building or perceiving shapes that do not owe their existence to language' I find my escape from words in photography, art galleries and museums, and music. By building or perceiving shapes that do not owe their existence to language, something happens.…
 
In today's Books with Hooks segment, we have Emmy Nordstrom Higdon from Westwood Creative Artists join us as a guest agent to review submissions not directed at Carly or CeCe. In this episode, Bianca and Emmy discuss authorial voice; jumping right into where the action is; how using appropriate comps can help cut down on a query's word count; inclu…
 
Lizz took the well-tread barista-by-day, writer-by-night path after finishing DePaul’s MA in writing and publishing program. When work became heavy on the baristaing and light on the writing, she threw her hat in the ring to teach a section of developmental education at nearby Wilbur Wright College. Fast forward ten years, Lizz is now the dean of c…
 
There is no creativity without curiosity. Many of our greatest successes are borne of being curious and noticing things, and our guest this episode has used curiosity to create a career as a writer. Tony Martignetti enters into a discussion with writer and journalist Rob Walker about curiosity, creativity, and culture. Rob talks about getting into …
 
'I was convinced it was an exceedingly difficult thing to change direction as a writer, almost like a cricketer deciding he wanted to be a footballer. ' I was convinced it was an exceedingly difficult thing to change direction as a writer, almost like a cricketer deciding he wanted to be a footballer. But the leap wasn't as difficult as I imagined.…
 
This episode is a little different. Adrienne Leussa invited me to be the first guest on her podcast, Africa Biotech Conversations, which I was happy to do. We traded questions back and forth about our audiences our goals and our experiences in our life science communities. Her vision is to create connections within the African biotech community. I …
 
Journaling is a beautiful way to dive into your inner world. There's so much joy to be had from writing your way to an answer, elevating your self-awareness, or finding the words that express how you feel perfectly. But do you ever wish that your journaling led to more tangible benefits in the outside world? Would you like your inner musings to lea…
 
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