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Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids

By Dan Misener

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Description

Travel back in time to remember the good, bad, and awkward parts of growing up. Recorded live on stage, adults share the weird and wonderful things they wrote as children and teens. Embarrassing, moving, and hilarious, these readings are powerful reminders of who we used to be. The Guardian says "it has much charm," while Splitsider describes GRTTWaK as "equal parts cringe-worthy and cathartic." RIYL: RISK!, The Moth, Mortified, My Teenage Diary, True Story

Customer Reviews

Great Show

“Grownups” is just what public radio should be. It’s smart and funny, it brings people together, and it offers us another look at ourselves. The pacing is pleasant and the host, Dan Misener, knows when to comment and when to step aside.

I hope we’ll be hearing this show for a long time to come.

Fantastic!

I have listened to your podcast the entire summer on my morning runs. This morning I was saddened to hear that the broadcast will end for this summer. Great programme. Lots of laughs, some tears and some deep insights…Thank you…Please come back soon!

This made me Lol!

I love this show too bad I live in California or I would so come read from my diary So amazing the purity of the mind of children it's soooo funny how we are still that same person in so many ways now! Thank you for bringing such a neat concept to the podcasting world!

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