Helping Writers Become Authors

A lifelong prolific reader, K.M. “Katie” Weiland remembers sitting in a treehouse during a family reunion, making up a story about something bad happening—she doesn’t recall if it involved aliens or monsters—and

UTR: Spilled Milk

  I’ve had a passionate love-hate relationship with food since gathering around my grandma’s kitchen table as a child. Her fried potatoes and spaghetti were the carnival barkers to get me to

The Mean Show

When longtime writer, editor, and journalist Kristen Philipkoski was in her 40s, she easily mingled with the 20-year-olds who also wrote fashion blogs and attended Fashion Week. But as she hit 45,

No Guilty Pleasure

When Bad on Paper’s Grace Atwood decided to take a break from podcasting, co-founder Becca Freeman knew right away she wanted former guest Olivia Muenter to step in as her new co-host. 

UTR: Windowsill Chats

  When I first stumbled upon Margo Tantau’s Windowsill Chats: Real People and Their Creative Paths, I immediately imagined myself sitting in a windowsill, with Margo sitting in hers across the way,

UTR: LeVar Burton Reads

  For this parent who joined her children as they sat transfixed by Reading Rainbow on public television three decades ago, the smooth ebb and flow of LaVar Burton’s friendly and familiar

Myths & Legends

In 2015, English major Jason Weiser listened to podcasts while commuting to his hospital research job. But he couldn’t quite find one that spoke to his interest in folklore, mythology, and legends. 

UTR: Spoken Word Poetry Podcast

  You don’t have to be a spoken-word enthusiast to appreciate the beautiful poetic expressions on the Spoken Word Poetry Podcast. Host Ariana R. Cherry’s performance art, music, and poetry are well-combined

Podcasts For the Artist in You

Arts and crafts have reportedly been bringing joy to many people during one of the most turbulent periods in human history. Equally interesting is the fact that individuals have been turning to

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