About Our Podcast, AUDIODIDACT:
You know how it's fun to hang out with your friends over coffee, tee, wine, beer, whiskey, (etc) and talk about all the things you've been reading and watching and thinking about? And how it's even more fun when those topics turn into a discussion that makes you curious to learn more? Our hosts, Killian and Daniel, are basically your ear-friends. We love you. We want to talk about weird, interesting, exciting, disappointing, beautiful, terrible, genius stuff with you.
Audiodidact comes out weekly on Thursdays.
About Our Podcast, WATCH SQUAD:
Watch Squad will be released in February! Four siblings, age 15-27, talk about all the cartoons you love and also some of the ones you don't. From the 1960's to the present, and spanning Saturday Morning to Adult Swim, the four Czuba kids will wade in deep like the animaniacs they are.
Watch Squad comes out weekly on Tuesdays.
About Our Blog, WAGGLE DANCE:
The "waggle dance" (yes, that is the technical term for it) is how honey bees tell each other where they can find nectar. Waggle Dance is the Apiary blog where guests and friends tell you how they do stuff, and how you can do stuff, too--i.e. where to find the nectar. And how to use your proboscis to really get in there. (Definitely didn't stretch that metaphor too far.)
If you're interested in contributing to Waggle Dance, send an email to either/both Killian (firstname.lastname@example.org) or/and Hillary (email@example.com) along with a solid pitch or a full post.
Waggle Dance puts out new posts as they come in, usually on Thursdays.
About Our MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS:
We've published two short story collections. We've got a fun Harry Potter House Sorting Quiz. We're in the process of putting together a magazine of interdisciplinary academic papers that are so accessible that there's no way they would usually see the light of day (*insert snarky comment about Academia*). When we do a print project with original material, we pay all of our contributors.
We particularly like to give voice to people who come from underrepresented backgrounds, have a strong sense of social justice, or who have novel, exciting things to share with the world. If any of these sound like you, send us a pitch!
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