Your Face Is Crooked is a semiautobiographical podcast that features short (about five minutes or less), true (or mostly true), often humorous vignettes that touch on everything from formative childhood experiences to bizarre neuroses to the insistent, nagging doubts we have about ourselves (sometimes on a daily basis). It's about one person, but in such a way that it's about all people, because we can all see ourselves in each other's struggles when we're honest enough to admit that we have them too.
Beginnings and Endings and Beginnings
All mediocre things must come to an end.
Observations at the Author Fair
I didn't know what to expect at my first author fair...
Rumors of a Past Life
Sometimes your past self shows up in the present.
Change is in the air.
The Depressing State of the Small Town Parade
A trailer does not become a float be virtue of being pulled by a truck at 3 mph.
The Piñata Effect
Sometimes nonconformity is unintentional.
Like old school cool
Erin’s thoughts and voice are comforting, familiar and friendly. These are the short form essays I loved so much on various NPR shows. On longer shows, my mind wandered during debates and interviews, but when a familiar voice spoke up with an odd thought about life, I listened intensely as a smile took shape upon my face. That’s what this podcast offers. A nod. Maybe a wink. Definitely a smile.
Funny and Profound
Discovered this podcast via Clinch. Love Erin’s voice and the content of her writing. It makes you think, it makes you laugh.