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Cape Ann, Massachusetts. Summer 2019. Photo by Busy K.

I can’t believe that we are approaching the end of the summer.  Where did the time go???  My summer was filled with researching upcoming projects which took me to the countryside in California, the capes of Massachusetts, science archives of Florida, and back to both kitchens and writing rooms in NYC.  I look forward to sharing more in the year ahead.

In the meantime, I enjoyed participating in NYWIFT’s podcast “Women Crush Wednesdays” this month talking about the 2019 Summit: Inclusion, Equality and Safety that was hosted at the Ford Foundation for Social Justice in June. It was a lot of fun to talk with co-hosts Margarita Cortes and Katie Chambers.

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Photo: Ariel Zambelich/Wired
Photo: Ariel Zambelich/Wired

This and other gems are what one will hear when delving into the digital medium of podcasts.  Alec Baldwin elegantly articulated the line above during a conversation with David Letterman, and it made me giggle out loud, much to the amusement/alarm of my fellow subway riders.  These days I have a dreadful commute from Brooklyn to a production company in Newark, and there are only so many New Yorker magazines that one can read while navigating three separate trains over the course of an hour and a half each way (while barefoot in the snow uphill?  No?  Well, it’s almost that bad).  To make the trip more bearable, I’ve started loading podcasts onto my smart phone, and now the ride is actually enjoyable.  Read More