Swings and Roundabouts
By Avery Edison
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Avery Edison (the person writing this right now) is pretending that she's written software that turns her computer into a therapist. Obviously, that's not possible with today's technology, but it's a great way to have another voice on her podcast without having to surrender control to an actual human being. With the conceit that these episodes collect recordings of therapy sessions, readings of emails, and tappings of phone calls, Avery (again, that's me) is attempting to do something new and different. Hopefully along the way she (I) also makes it entertaining.
||Clean4: Refract||Avery figures out where her life went wrong by booting-up some illegal technology and revisiting an embarrassing school day.||4/28/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit3: Reflect||Avery meets an old enemy for dinner in an attempt to finally receive an apology.||12/14/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit2: Project||For episode two, Avery decides to everything and admit to breaking the law. A tiny bit. A decade ago.||11/15/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit1: Flare||In this first episode, Avery takes us back to 2007, and an ill-fated trip to Santa Fe.||10/29/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
Sharp, introspective and witty
Within the first 5 minutes, I knew this was a podcast I should subscribe to. Avery's storytelling is honest and thoughtful and funny all over.
exceptional written comedy
So good. Hilariously written and the highest quality production. Love it love it love.
Original and Funny!
I love the show's original concept and narrative style and the humor, like that found in Avery's twitter posts, is on point! C :