51 episodes

The Bustle Huddle spotlights the voices of our editors, writers, and community, providing our readers with insider access to the Bustle office. Each episode will dive into a topic millennial women can't stop talking about, for better or worse, and will conclude with a feature inspired by the stories and projects we're most proud of. And here at Bustle you never know who will drop by, so stay tuned to hear some of your favorite celebrities behind our mic.

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    • Society & Culture

The Bustle Huddle spotlights the voices of our editors, writers, and community, providing our readers with insider access to the Bustle office. Each episode will dive into a topic millennial women can't stop talking about, for better or worse, and will conclude with a feature inspired by the stories and projects we're most proud of. And here at Bustle you never know who will drop by, so stay tuned to hear some of your favorite celebrities behind our mic.

    Wisdom & Advice From Nora McInerny of "No Happy Endings"

    Wisdom & Advice From Nora McInerny of "No Happy Endings"

    Writer and podcaster Nora McInerny of No Happy Endings, Terrible, Thanks For Asking, and It's Okay To Laugh, Crying Is Cool Too joins us in the studio to discuss her newest book, experiencing the good while still holding on to the not-so-good, and gives us some practical advice on everything from boyfriends wearing bike shorts to moving cross-country.

    • 30 min
    Do We Live In A World Designed For Men? (feat. Caroline Criado-Perez)

    Do We Live In A World Designed For Men? (feat. Caroline Criado-Perez)

    Activist and journalist Caroline Criado-Perez joins us to discuss her newest book "Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias In A World Designed For Men" and how the world around us still doesn't fit the needs of 50% of its population.

    • 30 min
    Dr. Julia Shaw On Why We're So Obsessed With Evil

    Dr. Julia Shaw On Why We're So Obsessed With Evil

    Dr. Julia Shaw, author of "Evil: The Science Behind Humanity's Dark Side," joins us to break down our true crime addiction and explore the darker side of our own history, and gives us a cautionary warning against the use of the word "evil."

    Also, check out more of Bustle Book Club here: https://www.bustle.com/p/karina-longworth-chose-marchs-bustle-book-club-pick-its-hollywoods-eve-by-lili-anolik-16441162

    https://www.bustle.com/p/hollywoods-eve-author-lili-anolik-has-a-theory-on-why-eve-babitz-resonates-in-the-era-of-metoo-16825742

    • 32 min
    Why Should I Not Be Afraid Of Getting Older? (Feat. Ashton Applewhite)

    Why Should I Not Be Afraid Of Getting Older? (Feat. Ashton Applewhite)

    We're joined by Bustle's Kayla Greaves and author Ashton Applewhite to discuss our continuing battle with ageism, fear of growing older, and how to cope with the particular anxieties we face in relation to our age and how it affects career, sex, money, and more.

    To learn more about Ashton and her book, check out her website.

    And as promised, here's the link for Kayla Greave's series Good Hair.

    • 37 min
    What Bustle’s Obsessed With Watching (Right Now)

    What Bustle’s Obsessed With Watching (Right Now)

    It's March, but it's still freezing in much of the U.S., so we put together a viewing guide for you, packed with everything Bustle editors are obsessed with watching right now. And for all of you Stars Hollow residents out there, we have a very lengthy discussion of Gilmore Girls with a former Gilmore hater and two of Bustle's biggest fans (which is saying quite a lot).

    • 36 min
    Esmé Weijun Wang On The Reality Of Living With Mental Illness

    Esmé Weijun Wang On The Reality Of Living With Mental Illness

    Novelist and author of The Collective Schizophrenias joins Senior Books Editor Cristina Arreola to discuss her new collection of essays, her diagnosis with schizoaffective disorder, and the stigma that still faces those diagnosed with mental illness.

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

Court3455 ,

enjoyable

I like the podcast when I want to kill some time. I like the book talks and the interviews are interesting. They all really need to cool it with the word “like”. I’m of the “like” generation, so I’m used to it, but on a podcast it’s really really distracting.

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Sound

I like this podcast a lot but you guys need to fix the volume! It’s too quiet

D18732018 ,

Light and fun

This podcast is fairly light, fun and informative. Some things are silly, others are serious but the host is great and they have a good cross section of guests.

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