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A podcast by the writer Sheila Heti featuring all sorts of thoughts, and guest conversations with other people.

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A podcast by the writer Sheila Heti featuring all sorts of thoughts, and guest conversations with other people.

    Episode 4: Stockholm Syndrome

    Episode 4: Stockholm Syndrome

    Sheila Heti wanders alone around Stockholm one night, early in October, the week they did not give out the Nobel Prize for Literature. She is on a promotional visit to promote the Swedish edition of Motherhood. After wandering around, she returns to her hotel.
    Here is the interview Sheila did with Rachel Cusk which is mentioned in this episode. It is on the podcast Canadaland: http://www.canadalandshow.com/podcast/sheila-heti-and-rachel-cusk-on-why-memoir-is-a-dead-end/
    You can email the show at: deskofsheilaheti@gmail.com
    Please note that the last version of Episode 4 had a number of errors. This is the corrected show.

    • 32 min
    Episode 3: At the Cottage

    Episode 3: At the Cottage

    I am Sheila Heti, and this is my podcast. In this episode, I reflect on touring and talking about my latest novel, Motherhood. Then I speak to my in-laws, therapists Leonard and Laura, about couples therapy. Fifteen-year-old Svee inserts her thoughts. In the background, water skiers fall into the lake.

    • 31 min
    Episode 1: In Montreal with David

    Episode 1: In Montreal with David

    A podcast by Sheila Heti, with guest and brother, David Heti. The nature of this podcast will be determined by the narrowing and winnowing of life.

    • 30 min
    Episode 2: The Road Narrows As You Go

    Episode 2: The Road Narrows As You Go

    A podcast by Sheila Heti, with guest and brother David Heti, and the writer Lee Henderson. Lee answers his phone and answers our questions.

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

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Please!

Please make more episodes!

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Another Canadian wizard!

An earthy, questioning brio that isn’t afraid to fear itself as a part of the world

Well—that could have been worded better. But the five stars are legitimately earned by a podcast that’s wondering wonderfully where it’s going to go.

jung freud ,

Amazing

Omg this is amazing so glad this exists

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