Episode 35: Feminist Asian Dad Eugene Hung

Episode 35: Feminist Asian Dad Eugene Hung

Feminist Asian Dad Eugene Hung (he/him) shares about his journey from teacher to blogger and activist and back to teacher, what his kids really think of his blog, and how he amplifies female voices without taking away space. Eugene’s blog:...
Episode 33: Technical Writer Sam Brandt

Episode 33: Technical Writer Sam Brandt

Sam Brandt (they/them) provides a fascinating (seriously!) glimpse at technical writing, which I now think is the most underrated niche in the writing world. Marketing copywriters get customers and clients in, but good documentation keeps them coming back for more....
Episode 31: Opportunities for All Of Us with Rebecca Kuang

Episode 31: Opportunities for All Of Us with Rebecca Kuang

In this episode, I somehow manage to not pee myself while talking to Rebecca Kuang, award-winning author of The Poppy War trilogy about her writing process, changing her major (we’d all be sad if she’d stayed in economics and finance), and the many complexities of...
Episode 29: Find People Like You with Sophie Kim

Episode 29: Find People Like You with Sophie Kim

In this episode, Los Angeles County Youth Poet Laureate Sophie Kim shares the benefits of taking a gap year, her experience as poet laureate, and her hopes for her creative work during and beyond her education at Harvard. Powered by...

Mini Episode 28: My Business Skip List

In this episode I discuss the words and phrases I don’t use in my brand communications and why it’s not really about “not offending people.” (Which seems like a perfectly worthy goal to me, but what do I know.) To ask a question or leave a...
Episode 27: Be True to Your Story with Preslaysa Williams

Episode 27: Be True to Your Story with Preslaysa Williams

In this episode I chat with romance author and actress Preslaysa Williams about the 5am writer’s club, what feedback to take and what to ignore, and the magic that comes with writing your true identity into your work. We also talk about what it’s really like to be a...