Archive for the ‘Podcasts’ Category
Wednesday, March 30th, 2016
Welcome to our first Poetry Teatime Podcast!
I was honored to interview Marilyn Singer, award-winning poet and author. Marilyn and I met for the interview long distance—she, in her home in Brooklyn, and me, Julie, in a library in Cincinnati.
Unfortunately the library failed us, a bit. The Internet connection was variable throughout and you will notice that in the recording. Stay with it, though. The content is fabulous (delightful) and the sound improves. You will hear the cooing of her doves in the background at times, too. Enjoy!
Also, be sure to explore Marilyn’s wonderful books of poetry, including Mirror Mirror and its sequel Follow Follow! (affiliate links)
Wednesday, March 16th, 2016
Enjoy this podcast with Pam at Ed Snapshots. We discuss freewriting and how to create a writing environment where
- children’s ideas are respected,
- the parent-child relationship is valued,
- and there is only one rule: keep your pencil moving until the timer beeps.
Wednesday, December 16th, 2015
Here is Part Two of the Savvy Homeschool Mom’s interview with Julie!
If you missed Part One you can find information about it here.
Monday, November 23rd, 2015
The Savvy Homeschool Moms is a podcast by homeschooling moms for homeschooling moms. “In the trenches as we’re going through it!” Each episode peeks into Beckie and Tina’s homeschooling lives, answers listener questions, and reviews resources they like and recommend.
Enjoy Episode #59 where the Savvy Moms share updates on their homeschools and then interview Julie! This is Part One of the interview. Part Two is coming soon!
Saturday, October 24th, 2015
Johannah (26) was in town, and Noah (28) was downtown. I brought them together in my backyard for a conversation in front of our Periscope audience. They share about their experiences growing up, what they are doing today, and answer questions from parents.
I am hyper and too loud and talk too fast. I was proud and nervous and trying to manage an audio and Periscope recording simultaneously. Forgive me! But the kids sound great. Noah provided the podcast recording production for me. I hope you enjoy it!