I'm Still Here!
By I'M STILL HERE!
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After birthing a baby and selling a novel in one day last year, Mary finally understood why Kate, mother of two, kept falling asleep during their writing group. I'M STILL HERE! is a podcast about making art after kids. In each episode Kate Tellers (The Moth) & Mary Adkins (When You Read This, HarperCollins) chat with artists—a filmmaker, a writer, an aerialist, a sculptor, and more—about challenges, discoveries, and new ways that we find the time to be creative as parents. Find more at imstillherepodcast.com.
||ExplicitS1 E04 - Guest: Elena Delgado, Aerialist||In this episode, aerialist Elena Delgado talks about the anxieties of pregnancy as a physical artist, sewing her own maternity clothes, and getting back—or rather, upside down—in silks post-childbirth.||1/15/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitS1 E03 - Guest: Sofija Stefanovic, Writer||In this episode, writer Sofija Stefanovic talks about missing her son’s first steps while on a plane to Indonesia, how the fuzzy brain state of new parenthood is inspiring her writing, and her brilliant co-working set up at the local YMCA.||1/8/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitS1 E02 - Guest: Gregg Lachow, Filmmaker||In this episode, filmmaker Gregg Lachow talks about the limitless possibilities of film, decades of collaborating with his kids, and how even the pronunciation of his last name is a creative project within his family.||1/8/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitS1 E01 - Inaugural Episode of I’M STILL HERE!||In our inaugural episode, we get to know our hosts. Last year, after birthing a baby and selling a novel in one day, Mary finally started to understand why Kate, mother of two, kept falling asleep during their writing group. We launch the podcast by ask||1/8/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
This is a great listen! I love the perspective. Also, it’s great to hear people talk and sound so smart. Makes me thankful that women like this are raising the next generation.
A dilemma explored
So grateful for this podcast. Kate and Mary are smart, clear curious and honest. As a parent/creative myself it is satisfying to hear the ways folks are getting it all done. Inspiring.
Relatable, Smart, Real
Kate and Mary take us deep inside the juggle of parenting and creating/working with warmth and humor. It’s fascinating to hear the breakdown of how other creative parents juggle their time. Excited for more.