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Pop-Up Magazine produces unforgettable stories and experiences, including our touring live magazine, which sells out grand, historic venues across North America. This summer, we’ve created something new: Field Guide, an audio and art experience for the world around us. More at popupmagazine.com/fieldguide

Field Guide is sponsored by Asana.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.1 • 123 Ratings

Pop-Up Magazine produces unforgettable stories and experiences, including our touring live magazine, which sells out grand, historic venues across North America. This summer, we’ve created something new: Field Guide, an audio and art experience for the world around us. More at popupmagazine.com/fieldguide

Field Guide is sponsored by Asana.

    Field Guide: Night Sky

    Field Guide: Night Sky

    Every night, when the sun goes down and the stars come out, the world completely changes. There are plants and animals that come out only at night. People too. And every night the sky puts on a show. Author Roxane Gay (Hunger), radio host David Greene (formerly of NPR’s Morning Edition), author and comedy writer Bess Kalb (Nobody Will Tell You This But Me, Jimmy Kimmel Live), photographer Evgenia Arbugaeva (National Geographic), an 11-year-old who’s afraid of the dark, and more join us as we explore our mysterious world at night.  



    This episode is part of Pop-Up Magazine’s Field Guide, an audio and art experience made for the world around us. Sponsored by Asana. Find more at popupmagazine.com/fieldguide

    • 21 min
    Field Guide: Trees

    Field Guide: Trees

    Trees can feel magical. And they can teach us a lot about ourselves and our world. In this episode, we invite you to go outside and into the trees. You could find a tree to sit under while you listen. Or take a walk and look at the trees around you — wherever you are. Radio host Molly Webster (Radiolab), author David Haskell (The Songs of Trees: Stories from Nature's Great Connectors), Stanford’s unofficial school mascot, luthier Freeman Vines, Yurok tribal member Rick O’Rourke, author Katherine May (Wintering: The Power of Rest and Retreat in Difficult Times), and more help us meditate on trees big and small. 



    This episode is part of Pop-Up Magazine’s Field Guide, an audio and art experience made for the world around us. Sponsored by Asana. Find more at popupmagazine.com/fieldguide

    • 22 min
    Field Guide: Water

    Field Guide: Water

    What does water mean to you? Author Bonnie Tsui (Why We Swim), actress Joy Bryant, submarine pilot Erika Bergman, figure skater Elladj Baldé, 85-year-old synchronized swimmer Barbara Eison-White, professional mermaid Olivia Gonzales, and more share stories about the many ways water influences our lives. We recommend listening outside, near water if you can. Head to the ocean if you’re on the coast. Or walk to a nearby pond or creek. Sit by a fountain at a park. Or just pour yourself a glass of water. 



    This episode is part of Pop-Up Magazine’s Field Guide, an audio and art experience made for the world around us. Sponsored by Asana. Find more at popupmagazine.com/fieldguide

    • 25 min
    Field Guide: Walking

    Field Guide: Walking

    Grab your headphones and take a walk with us. You don’t need a destination. Just breathe and move forward. Comedian Jenny Slate (Saturday Night Live, Obvious Child), podcast host Anna Sale (Death, Sex & Money), writer Sam Jay (Saturday Night Live), Antwan Williams (Ear Hustle), author and radio host Lulu Miller (Radiolab), NASA astronaut Drew Feustel, former Marine Corps Sergeant Julian Torres, and many more invite you to look around and imagine as they share walking stories — funny, profound, unexpected, and moving. 



    This episode is part of Pop-Up Magazine’s Field Guide, an audio and art experience made for the world around us. Sponsored by Asana. Find more at popupmagazine.com/fieldguide

    • 32 min

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
123 Ratings

123 Ratings

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Marg111111111 ,

An absolute treat for your ears & mind!

I heard this podcast on Radiolab last week and am absolutely hooked. It’s basically an audio smorgasbord of voices and sounds on a given theme. It’s great to hear so many voices from so many backgrounds. For me this podcast evokes a feeling of tenderness and caring for human beings as a whole, a quality that is really needed in our world now. Wonderful work here.👏👏

Kmt_or ,

Wonderful podcast

The speakers are great and the thoughts profound. It’s a joy to listen to.

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