The following originally ran in Issue 2 of HUBRIS: The Journal of Cultural Horror, December, 2017. Once I had a roommate that aspired to be a writer. At one point he found himself between jobs, so he used the free time to write a short story. Just one. He sent it off to a magazine. […]
In this episode, Katie and Berin talk about questions non-readers ask avid readers, and comments non-artists make to artists. They absolutely do not talk about politics, anti-intellectualism in American culture, and the current administration in the United States.
In this episode, Katie and Berin talk about aging. They discuss generational contexts and experience, the social issues of getting old, and of course, their various aches and pains. Get off my lawn!
In this episode Katie and Berin talk about the importance of coffee breaks, defining boundaries between work and life, and the differences between Finnish and American work environments.
In this episode, Katie and Berin talk about being excited for autumn and the Long Dark, dealing with depression, and shutting out distractions.
In this episode, Katie & Berin make is clear why she’s an academic and he’s a project manager. Discussion dances around organizing data, providing context for information, and orderly workflows.
In this episode, Katie and Berin discuss taking a knee, exercising freedom of speech in the United States, and the concept of American Exceptionalism as religion and protest as blasphemy. If you have topics you’d like to hear us discuss in future episodes, leave your ideas in the comments below.