372. Hanging Out in the Ws with Sarah and JN Welsh

October 11, 2019

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I have sat next to author JN Welsh at book signings – Ws! It’s where the A/C is! – and we’ve had the best conversations. I thought you might like to listen in!

What do we talk about in this episode?

  • Attending DJ school and how her love of music found its way into her writing
  • Her work as an adjunct professor of American Sign Language
  • The importance of showing, not telling, in every aspect
  • When did our feelings about phone calls change so much?
  • Plus Jen has advice on meditating and caring for yourself, every part of yourself.

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You can find JN Welsh on her website, JNWelsh.com.

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This Episode’s Music

Sketch - shed life - close up of a yakThe music you’re listening to was provided by Sassy Outwater, and you can find her on Twitter @Sassyoutwater. This is a band called Sketch, and this is “Oidhche Boogie” from their album ShedLife.

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