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Podcast Launch: Scribbles & Spills

It’s my birthday!
I made it to thirty. And I want to celebrate with you. 💕

Please accept this humble gift: the first episode of my new podcast Scribbles & Spills, where creatives of all kinds expound on their art and spill their secrets.
Our first guest: Mallory Smart, a Chicago-based writer and the Editor-in-Chief of the publishing house, Maudlin House. She talks music and literature on her podcast, Textual Healing, and her first novel, The Only Living Girl In Chicago, came out from Trident Press in August 2021. You can follow her on Instagram and Twitter @malsmart. 

We discuss her new book The Only Living Girl in Chicago, destigmatizing mental illness, and the importance of self-care.

Listen below now! And remember to follow Scribbles & Spills on Twitter, and Subscribe to my YT channel, where I’ll also be uploading the episodes.

S01E07 Kyler Bingham: Permission to Be Imperfect Scribbles & Spills

Welcome back to Scribbles & Spills, the podcast where creatives of all kinds expound on their art and spill their secrets! Kyler Bingham is an educator, writer and the host of Salt Lake Dirt, a podcast where he interviews writers, filmmakers, and musicians. He lives in Salt Lake City with his three dogs Rooney, Cosmo, and Mabel. You can find him on Instagram, Twitter, FB and TikTok @saltlakedirt. In this episode, we talk podcasting and the importance of diving in to new experiences. Kyler Bingham Links: https://saltlakedirt.comhttps://www.facebook.com/saltlakedirt
  1. S01E07 Kyler Bingham: Permission to Be Imperfect
  2. S01E06 Sadee Bee: Transformative Growth
  3. S01E05 Sarina Langer: The Joy of Shadow
  4. S01E04 TC Folkpunk: Be A Weirdo
  5. S01E03 Fortunus Games: The Will to Create

Stay Creative!


Review: Alana M Kelley @Maudlin House Magazine

Thanks so much to Alana M Kelley at Maudlin House Magazine for an exceptional review!

“Sex and the City meets an episode of Black Mirror.”

“Hoffman… leaves us with pockets of hope.”

“Hoffman presents their audience with a refreshing compilation of self-doubt, resiliency, and growth.”

Read the full review here.

Remember to follow Maudlin House and their editor Mallory Smart on Twitter!

Stay Creative!