The Deep Dish on The Pish Tosh Podcast
I started the Pish Tosh Podcast in mid June and have since published 7 episodes. I have learned some of the ins & outs of what all it takes to create, edit, publish, & promote a successful podcast. I have learned in the only way I know how...on my own, by doing (wrong) then doing again (still wrong) then doing again (probably still wrong...but better...just post it, you're already late anyway!), AKA the hard way. Although I've experienced technical difficulties, user errors, & exchanged too many emails with various IT professionals, this has been an amazing exercise for me - in that, I have found a way of communicating & connecting with others (individually & to the audience of listeners at large ((can I say at large if there are only a few of you as of yet?)) (((I love all eight of you!!!))))))). I have not taken this opportunity for granted. Nor have I taken it lightly, as I am fascinated by the nuances of our unique perspectives of the human experience. Oh how this perception blossoms when people can connect & converse, when they can share & support, when we can laugh together...I can't think of anything better. I appreciate anyone who listens, anyone who learns, anyone who laughs along with me & my guests on The Pish Tosh Podcast.
SNEAK PEEK: Every Tuesday
Ep. 8: August 6th: Mary Doctor: Theatrically Educated, strong, independent, young woman who performs improv multiple times each month in Chicago & attends writing classes at the Second City!
Ep. 9: August 13th: Jacques Belliveau: Engineer, writer, producer, director, actor, comedian, personal trainer, food truck owner/operator...the list goes on & on!
Ep. 10: August 20th: Jacob Brayton: Improver, portrays Demi-demon Rik on The Podcast from Hell through Queen City Comedy!
Ep. 11: August 27th: Lauren Ansley: Stand-up comedian who has begun producing successful comedy showcases in & around the Charlotte, NC area!
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On July 5th & 6th, I attended my first traditionally Indian Wedding! Thank you Parv & Prash for letting me witness your beautiful commitment & Thank you to my partner Corey for asking me to be your plus one, giving me a dress that makes me feel like a princess & for wearing that beautiful floral new tie!
Judy "New Do" Books
Small-town southern ginger librarian moved to Chicago to pursue acting & comedy with her best friend, havanese dog Judy Books by her side.