In this episode, Katie and Berin talk about what it’s like living and working around university students young enough to be their children. Discussion includes how the generation gap is harder to deal with than expat culture shock, and the infamous scatalogical laundry room incident.
Katie Kinsman is an artist and educator, and spent over a decade working as an elementary school fine arts teacher. She is currently a graduate student at the University of Jyväskylä, researching the importance of art education. American by birth, Katie resides in Finland with her husband, the writer and small press publisher Berin Kinsman.
Berin Kinsman is a writer, small press publisher, and entrepreneur. He is the author of over 20 books for creative writers and tabletop roleplayers. A practitioner of “right minimalism”, Berin advocates living a simple, productive, and meaningful life. An American by birth, he currently resides in Finland with his wife, the artist and educator Katie Kinsman.