If you can't embarrass yourself in the service of a friend, then what good are you really? Even if that friend is covered in fur and purrs when you pet her.
This is a short update on what's been going on with me, and where the pods are headed in 2019.
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This is a short one. I talk about what's next for Underestimated, what to expect for the rest of 2018, and how the show will be changing in 2019.Read More
This week, I dive into some of the weird stuff we're exposed to as kids that informs, in some ways, who we grow up to be. I cover two Detroit area staples in this episode: Milky The Clown, and Major Magic's All-Star Pizza Revue.Read More
In this week's episode, we have an interview with Anne Ryan, founder of the Ann Arbor Aviary. We discuss aerial performance and circus arts, body positivity, and creating the safe spaces we want to see in the world.Read More
This week we take a break for our brains with an absurdly long but totally worth it Halloween special!
I am joined for an amazing conversation with horror writer MontiLee Stormer where we cover everything from women in horror, to accessibility for writers, and the history of Paradise Valley in Detroit.
You'll also hear stories from people about their favorite costumes, unforgettable Halloweens past, and creepy, disembodied whispers about body in the closet.
You'll even hear an interview that I did with my Mom.
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A Halloween costume from 1987, an interview with Mark Croswell about a very underestimated career, ophthalmic photography, and a short, very liberal section on hope.
Disclaimer: If you prefer not to listen to descriptions of eyes, eyeballs, autopsies, or anything like that, perhaps skip this episode.Read More
What's super low-energy, under two minutes long, and finally out in the universe? This intro. It's not perfect, but it's a start. Stripped of any music or editing, this little fledgling nugget is just that, and there is more to come.