You have a story that you want to tell, don’t you. I’ve got a crazy idea…
Let’s all tell stories TOGETHER.
Every episode of the Out on the Wire podcast is packed full of insight from the best in narrative nonfiction radio, comics, and writing, and every episode ends with a challenge that will get you developing and even completing a narrative project in collaboration with your fellow-listeners over the course of the season. We have built a private Working Group (on Google+ Communities) for your projects that you can gain access to via my newsletter. (No, you don’t have to be active on G+ to use it, though you do have to use a Google-connected email to log in.) Inside the Working Group, we are talking about our projects, episode by episode, and you can join in as an observer, or, better, a participant.
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featuring producers from
This American Life (Ira Glass and others)
Snap Judgment (Glynn Washington, Stephanie Foo, Mark Ristich, Pat Mesiti-Miller, Julia Dewitt)
Planet Money (Adam Davidson, Alex Blumberg, Chana Joffee Walt, David Kestenbaum, Robert Smith, Zoe Chace)
Radiolab (Jad Abumrad, Robert Krulwich, Sean Cole, Soren Wheeler)
The Moth (Catherine Burns, Jay Allison)
99% Invisible (Roman Mars)
Out on the Wire Bonus Pack
Check out the Out on the Wire Bonus Pack. Featuring all of the new interviews we conducted for the show, plus our soundtrack music by Matt Madden. It’s ten bucks (or more, if you’re feeling generous.) It’s a great way to spend more time with our fabulous guests and support the show.
Includes full length interviews with:
Stephanie Foo (This American Life)
Jonathan Mitchell (The Truth podcast)
Larissa MacFarquahar (The New Yorker)
Kazu Kibuishi (Amulet)
Our edit with Robert Smith and Jess Jiang (Planet Money)
Rob Rosenthal (the Transom Workshop, How Sound)
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