In Episode 46, we talk to Malavika Shetty about using Wikipedia in the writing classroom in order to teach media literacy and research skills, create meaningful, public-facing work, and empower students to contribute to the world’s body of knowledge.
In Episode 45, we talk to Tanya (Hyonhye) Ko Hong about translating English texts into Korean, writing bilingual poetry, finding her name and place as an immigrant, and giving a voice to the Korean comfort women of World War II.
In Episode 44, we talk to Carmen Kynard about about practicing radical pedagogy; centering Black language, rhetoric, and affect in the classroom; and holding universities accountable for upholding white supremacy.
In Episode 43, we talk to poet and teller-healer Audrey Dimola about radical mental health, ecological wellness, and working with archetypal stories and myths to foster healing, personal growth, and community.
In Episode 42, we talk to Samir Abady about creating photo narratives, being authentic in your art, and how the current moment provides new context to old work.
In Episode 41, Katie and Dan discuss their goals for their teaching and the podcast in 2021.
In Episode 40, Dan and guest host Aimee Herman talk to Jane Ormerod and David Lawton of Great Weather for Media about running a small press during a pandemic, the power of poetry, and tips for submitting creative work.
In Episode 39, we talk to beauty editors Kamala Kirk and Lizzy Sherman about freelance writing and content creation, writing about your passions, and carving out your own space.
In Episode 38, we chat with Rebecca George about the nuts and bolts of owning and running an independent bookstore, particularly during 2020.
In Episode 37, we reflect on the fall semester–and this tumultuous year–with Stephanie Renée Payne, P.T. McNiff, and Sarah Orem. We discuss the unveiling nature of 2020, the new approaches we’ll carry forward in our teaching, and the importance of self-care and rest.