Today’s guest is an old friend, Evan Hundhausen. Evan was the first person I met when I arrived at Naropa University. A writer, DJ, entrepreneur, and ...View Details

In the seventh and final episode of our Problematic Toxic Masculinity Tropes series, Jenn and I and joined again by Paul Bradley to discuss the preval...View Details

In the sixth of our Problematic Toxic Masculinity Tropes series, Jenn and I discuss the weird notion that men can’t be good parents, and if a man is e...View Details

In the fifth of our Problematic Toxic Masculinity Tropes series, Jenn and I discuss how gay male characters are often sidelined and diminished and for...View Details

In the fourth of our Problematic Toxic Masculinity Tropes series, Jenn and I discuss how even the non-manliest of men can fall victim to the social de...View Details

In the third of our Problematic Toxic Masculinity Tropes series, Jenn and I are joined by Paul Bradley and Kathleen Barbara to discuss that man’s man ...View Details

In the second of our Problematic Toxic Masculinity Tropes series, Jenn and I discuss the power of testicles as a representation of masculine stoicism—...View Details

In the first of our Problematic Toxic Masculinity Tropes series, size matters, or so we’re told.  Join me, your erstwhile host, and my friend Jenn Zuk...View Details

The Cookout Show was recorded live on August 17, 2019 in the backyard at my mother’s house because, well, I live in an apartment.    Catherine Dryden ...View Details

In this live episode we feature poet Chandra E. A. Di Piazza and singer/songwriter and rock drummer Rhea Sewell.  Chandra E.A. Di Piazza grew up in Wi...View Details

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