Our favorite co-host Caitlin Dillon is back with our new co-host Heather Daugherty. They are here today to discuss a few of their favorite things. Today on the Mochila Chat we talk about experiences that can be cringe-worthy and how some authors use their personal experiences to create beautifully written pieces of work. We hear a poem titled How We Became White by Nesha Ruther from our Spring 2018 issue. We also hear Empathy by George Eliot read by Marianne Kunkel. Finally, our favorite traveling co-host, Justin Janorschke, visits the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon. He talks about the MFA programs being offered and even their literary journal, Unbound.
Episode 29: Cringy Moments