Some mornings you grapple with the alarm, and after a few unfocused moments you ask yourself: What’s going on today? Who will I see? What decisions will I make? And as you roll out of bed that adds up to: Who am I today? Multiply all that by the billions of people who lurched awake and asked themselves the same things and you’ll have a bigger question: Who the hell are we? Authors Melanie Benjamin and Edward Kelsey Moore take on the bigger questions (in tasty, bite-sized episodes) with their recently launched podcast, Who The Hell Are We? And they liven up the conversation with entertaining stories, references to good books (plus frequent cocktails).
If you haven’t listened to this free podcast then you are missing out — two new episodes have launched this month — with more on the way!
In Write What You Know? Melanie and Ed discuss these most-often-repeated words of advice for authors. PLUS Ed's dramatic bus ride to the Great Wall of China! (51 minutes)
In Indianapolis Death Tour Ed and Melanie discuss an excellent book by an AIDS epidemic survivor and talk about their experiences, including some blast-from-the-past details of the wild 1980s in Indianapolis (ever heard of strip club star “Chesty” Morgan?). (44 minutes)
Available now from the major podcast services (iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, etc) search for Who The Hell Are We? by its name — and look for the cover art with Edward and Melanie’s faces. Once you find it you can stream or download each episode — and don’t forget to Subscribe to the podcast to receive new episodes a couple of times each month! The Who The Hell Are We? podcast is free — so enjoy!!
You can also listen to the podcast in your web browser’s window (Chrome, Safari, FireFox, etc) from this Apple Podcasts web page: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/who-the-hell-are-we/id1462927166
Make sure your browser cookies are turned on so you see the list of episodes, click the buttons labeled “Play” to hear each episode.
(Sorry… If the podcast won’t work do what we do: ask a young person for help.)
Melanie and Ed would love it if you email your comments, or any suggestions for discussion topics to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or if you are signed up at Apple Podcasts write your comments there for all the world to see! And tell your friends about Who The Hell Are We?, too!
Anyone in the Chicago area this Thursday, can come and enjoy a Live conversation and meet Melanie Benjamin and Edward Kelsey Moore in person at The Book Stall in the north suburb of Winnetka, from 6:30 - 7:30pm. The event is free and open to the public. Click here for more details.
Recently we mentioned a secret project that Edward and his friend, bestselling author Melanie Benjamin, were working on… Well the secret is out! These two friends are launching a new podcast about identity, books, and (apparently) irresistible cocktails. The show is called, Who The Hell Are We? The first, introductory episode is available now, with more episodes to follow soon! Look for it on the major podcast services (iTunes, Spotify, GooglePlay, etc) and showing up on all other podcast servers now, or over the next week or so. Search for Who The Hell Are We? by its name — and look for the cover art with Edward and Melanie’s faces (see photo above). Once you find it you can stream or download the introductory episode — it’s about 40 minutes long — and don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast to receive new episodes a couple of times a month! The Who The Hell Are We? podcast is free — so enjoy!!
And the hosts of the podcast (that’s Melanie and Ed) would love it if you email your comments on the show, and any suggestions for discussion topics to: email@example.com
Tell your reading (and listening) friends about the podcast, too!
Who The Hell Are We? podcast
New York Times Bestselling authors Edward Kelsey Moore and Melanie Benjamin talk about identity, books, and cocktails. Subscribe at the iTunes store, or with your favorite podcast app.
If you prefer, you should also be able to sample the podcast in a normal web browser window (Chrome, Safari, FireFox, etc) from this iTunes web page: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/who-the-hell-are-we/id1462927166
On the new page, click the button that says: “Play” to hear the episode. (Sorry if the podcast won't work — in that case, do what we do — try asking a young person for help.)
If you haven’t listened to a podcast before, they are very much like your favorite radio show…