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Inside Voice hosted by Jennifer Scharf is a weekly storytelling podcast with your favorite writers from around the Web.

Latest Episodes

'Mother's Day Special' | Inside Voice 48

Happy Mother's Day from Inside Voice! This special episode shines a spotlight on Seattle writers, Wendy Staley Colbert, Tiffany Kelly, Patty Kinney, Kelly McKenzie, Jennifer Munro and Katie Anthony. Motherhood. It's messy, unpredictable and beautiful. The stories on this show are a powerful collection of the heartfelt and heartbreaking moments that define us as mothers. Links Mentioned In This Episode: Wendy Staley Colbert Tiffany Kelly Patty Kinney Kelly McKenzie Jennifer Munro Katie Anthony New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and Facebook.

37 MIN2017 MAY 14
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'Mother's Day Special' | Inside Voice 48

'Yoga Pants Rap' MyLifeSuckers | Inside Voice 47

Deva Dalporto from MyLifeSuckers talks to us about the creative process behind her viral parody videos, life before YouTube fame and what projects she is working on next! Deva Dalporto of MyLifeSuckers is the creator of the viral videos "Suburban Funk," "I Just Need Some Space," "What Does the Kid Say," "Let It Go—Mom Parody," and many more. NBC called her the “Weird Al of YouTube Moms.” Her videos have garnered over 70 million views and have been on Good Morning America, The Today Show, People.com, CNN, ABC, Fox News, HuffPost, PopSugar, Scary Mommy, Parents, trending on Yahoo several times and more. A former Senior Editor for Nickelodeon's ParentsConnect, Deva has written for HuffPost, Yahoo!, PopSugar, Scary Mommy, Bio.com, What The Flicka and WeAreTeachers. She won a BlogHer Voice of the Year Award for Short Form Video and was nominated as “Best Fan Cover Artist” in ABC’s Billboard Music Awards Special. Deva is a contributor to the anthologies I Just Want to Be Alone and T...

27 MIN2017 APR 29
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'Yoga Pants Rap' MyLifeSuckers | Inside Voice 47

'How I Lost Love And Gained Life On My Wedding Day' | Inside Voice 46

Liz Petrone reads her heartbreakingly romantic story, 'How I Lost Love And Gained Life On My Wedding Day.' Liz Petrone is a mama, yogi, writer, warrior, wanderer, dreamer, doubter, and hot mess.She lives in a creaky old house in Central New York with her ever-patient husband, their four babies, and an excitable dog named Boss, andshares her stories on her website lizpetrone.com. You can also find her onFacebook and on Instagram. Links Mentioned in This Episode: Liz Petrone | Blog FB Instagram New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and Facebook.

29 MIN2017 APR 21
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'How I Lost Love And Gained Life On My Wedding Day' | Inside Voice 46

'4 Ways Millennial Parents Can Deal With Online Judgment' | Inside Voice 45

EAndrea Rhoades from Selfies to Selfless reads her essay '4 Ways Millennial Parents Can Deal With Online Judgment.' Andrea Rhoades is the creator of Selfies to Selfless, a blog for Millennial parents. She is passionate about chatting with the newest generation of parents to better understand the unique challenges they face. Links Mentioned In This Episode: Selfies to Selfless | Blog Facebook Twitter New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and Facebook.

24 MIN2017 APR 7
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'4 Ways Millennial Parents Can Deal With Online Judgment' | Inside Voice 45

'Vasovagal Is Not A Feminine Itch Product' | Inside Voice 44

Jennifer Christensen from EARMUFFSKIDS reads her painfully hilarious essay 'Vasovagal Is Not A Feminine Itch Product.' Jennifer Christensen is a wife, mother of three, school psychologist, photographer, and aspiring writer. She can run 1/2 marathons without dying, but she can't always run them without peeing her pants. Jennifer enjoys reading, kickboxing classes at the gym, and wasting hours on social media. She blogs about keeping the chaos together at www.earmuffskids.wordpress.com.You can follow her on Facebook, Instagramand Twitter. Links Mentioned In This Episode: EARMUFFSKIDS | Blog FB Instagram Twitter New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and Facebook.

26 MIN2017 APR 1
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'Vasovagal Is Not A Feminine Itch Product' | Inside Voice 44

'I Was Raped, But You Probably Won’t Believe Me' | Inside Voice 43

ETRIGGER WARNING: Alexis Edwards from Mrs. Mombie reads her essay 'I Was Raped, But You Probably Won't Believe Me.' I’m Alexis, the perpetually tired mama to Rory (2012) and Rowan (2014) and wifey toa 6’7″, fuego bearded Irishman. I’m loud, opinionated, and do what I want. I surviveonall thecoffee, wine, sarcasm, and occasionallots ofcurse words. My husband comes from a big family and wants me to give birth to at least six tiny humans. I tell him everyday he’s coo coo for cocoa puffs. I’m too tired for that business. Plus, my body is wrecked and I can’t for the life of me do enough kegels to repair the damage my first two caused. Links Mentioned In This Episode: Mrs. Mombie | Blog Instagram Twitter Birth360 If you or someone you know has or is experiencing abuse, theNational Domestic Violence Hotlinecan help. They are available 24/7 at 1-800-799-7233. New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and F...

32 MIN2017 MAR 24
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'I Was Raped, But You Probably Won’t Believe Me' | Inside Voice 43

'I Flew 1,200 Miles To Fake Being Engaged To An ICU Patient I'd Never Met Before - And Now We're Married' | Inside Voice 42

Sheri Schooley from Mommyopoly reads her xoJane featured essay, 'I Flew 1,200 Miles to Fake Being Engaged to an ICU Patient I'd Never Met Before - And Now We're Married.' Sheri Schooley (Mommyopoly) is a sarcastic, witty, self-depricating, middle-age wife and mother of 2 incredibly amazing daughters. She enjoys spending time with her family, as well as making people laugh. She currently resides in the way-too-hot state of Florida and is phenomenal at complaining at complaining about it. Sheri expresses herself best through the written word and hopes that you'll be able to connect with her through her stories of relationships, parenting, and neuroses. She can be found on Facebook and Twitter @Mommyopoly. Links Mentioned In This Episode: Mommyopoly | Blog FB Twitter New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and Facebook.

34 MIN2017 MAR 18
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'I Flew 1,200 Miles To Fake Being Engaged To An ICU Patient I'd Never Met Before - And Now We're Married' | Inside Voice 42

'What The Brady Bunch Taught Our Blended Family' | Inside Voice 41

Kate Chapman from This Life In Progress reads her essay 'What The Brady Bunch Taught Our Blended Family' and talks about how the popular sitcom from the 70's unexpectedly helped pave the way for a major transition. Call me Kate. My husband Gabe and I live on the East Coast with the six children in our modern-day Brady Bunch: Simon, Sara, Caden, Amy, Lottie and Jack. Our blended family of eight liveson our suburban mini-farm with our French bulldog Miller, six hens, and various other assorted pets (today, a hamster and a colony of bees. There’s a campaign underway for parakeets, but I digress). We’re sharing our story, tips and tricks and failures too, so that other families affected by divorce and remarriage feel less alone. Is that you? You’ve found your tribe! Follow uson Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest on ourblended stepfamily adventures, up to the minute hilarity, and tips and tricks for families of all kinds. Need help? Submit a question to the weekly Ask Kat...

32 MIN2017 MAR 10
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'What The Brady Bunch Taught Our Blended Family' | Inside Voice 41

'What I Try to Keep in Mind After Almost Losing My Daughter' | Inside Voice 40

Lauren Lodder from Mommy Owl reads her essay that was featured on The Mighty about almost losing her 1-year-old daughter toidiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP). Hi! I’m Lauren. I live inTexas with myhusband and two young daughters, ages 2 and 4. Before becoming a work-at-home momand a freelance writer, Itaught writing and literature classes at the college level. Iearned myBA from UC Berkeley and myMA from CSUF. Myfavorite part of this parenting gig is watching mybabies become strong and opinionated young ladies. Writing about their various shenanigans gives meso much joy because kids are hilarious.In my downtime, I enjoy cuddling with my husband (sans children), reading science fiction books, and drinking bubbly champagne. You can find meblogging @ Mommyowl.com, on Facebook @ mommyowldotcom and on Twitter @Lhlodder. Links Mentioned In This Episode: Mommy Owl By Lauren Lodder | FB Mommy Owl | Twitter Huffington Post New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside V...

32 MIN2017 MAR 2
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'What I Try to Keep in Mind After Almost Losing My Daughter' | Inside Voice 40

'Not So Glamorous' | Inside Voice 39

Award-winning author Ronit Plank brings us back to the '90s with "Not So Glamorous", her essay about spokesmodeling, bars, a break up, and trying to find herself in the city. Ronit's essays and fiction have appeared inThe American Literary Review,Salon,Best NewWriting 2015, and TheIowa Review(runner up, The 2013 Iowa Review Award for Fiction), among others. Her story “Gibbous” was aNarrative2014 Winter Short Story Contest finalist and won the Eric Hoffer Award for Short Prose. Her essay "I'm Sorry About the Dog" was givenSpecial Mention inHunger Mountain's2016 Creative Nonfiction Prize and will bepublished inProximityMagazine'sApril 2017 issue.Hershort story "The Plan" wonSequestrum's2016 New Writer Award and will appear in their summer 2017 issue. Ronitearned her MFA in nonfiction at Pacific University and is currently working on her coming-of-age memoir.More about her, acomplete list of her work, and links topublications are atwww.ronitfeinglassplank.com. Links Mentioned In This...

38 MIN2017 FEB 10
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'Not So Glamorous' | Inside Voice 39

Latest Episodes

'Mother's Day Special' | Inside Voice 48

Happy Mother's Day from Inside Voice! This special episode shines a spotlight on Seattle writers, Wendy Staley Colbert, Tiffany Kelly, Patty Kinney, Kelly McKenzie, Jennifer Munro and Katie Anthony. Motherhood. It's messy, unpredictable and beautiful. The stories on this show are a powerful collection of the heartfelt and heartbreaking moments that define us as mothers. Links Mentioned In This Episode: Wendy Staley Colbert Tiffany Kelly Patty Kinney Kelly McKenzie Jennifer Munro Katie Anthony New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and Facebook.

37 MIN2017 MAY 14
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'Mother's Day Special' | Inside Voice 48

'Yoga Pants Rap' MyLifeSuckers | Inside Voice 47

Deva Dalporto from MyLifeSuckers talks to us about the creative process behind her viral parody videos, life before YouTube fame and what projects she is working on next! Deva Dalporto of MyLifeSuckers is the creator of the viral videos "Suburban Funk," "I Just Need Some Space," "What Does the Kid Say," "Let It Go—Mom Parody," and many more. NBC called her the “Weird Al of YouTube Moms.” Her videos have garnered over 70 million views and have been on Good Morning America, The Today Show, People.com, CNN, ABC, Fox News, HuffPost, PopSugar, Scary Mommy, Parents, trending on Yahoo several times and more. A former Senior Editor for Nickelodeon's ParentsConnect, Deva has written for HuffPost, Yahoo!, PopSugar, Scary Mommy, Bio.com, What The Flicka and WeAreTeachers. She won a BlogHer Voice of the Year Award for Short Form Video and was nominated as “Best Fan Cover Artist” in ABC’s Billboard Music Awards Special. Deva is a contributor to the anthologies I Just Want to Be Alone and T...

27 MIN2017 APR 29
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'Yoga Pants Rap' MyLifeSuckers | Inside Voice 47

'How I Lost Love And Gained Life On My Wedding Day' | Inside Voice 46

Liz Petrone reads her heartbreakingly romantic story, 'How I Lost Love And Gained Life On My Wedding Day.' Liz Petrone is a mama, yogi, writer, warrior, wanderer, dreamer, doubter, and hot mess.She lives in a creaky old house in Central New York with her ever-patient husband, their four babies, and an excitable dog named Boss, andshares her stories on her website lizpetrone.com. You can also find her onFacebook and on Instagram. Links Mentioned in This Episode: Liz Petrone | Blog FB Instagram New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and Facebook.

29 MIN2017 APR 21
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'How I Lost Love And Gained Life On My Wedding Day' | Inside Voice 46

'4 Ways Millennial Parents Can Deal With Online Judgment' | Inside Voice 45

EAndrea Rhoades from Selfies to Selfless reads her essay '4 Ways Millennial Parents Can Deal With Online Judgment.' Andrea Rhoades is the creator of Selfies to Selfless, a blog for Millennial parents. She is passionate about chatting with the newest generation of parents to better understand the unique challenges they face. Links Mentioned In This Episode: Selfies to Selfless | Blog Facebook Twitter New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and Facebook.

24 MIN2017 APR 7
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'4 Ways Millennial Parents Can Deal With Online Judgment' | Inside Voice 45

'Vasovagal Is Not A Feminine Itch Product' | Inside Voice 44

Jennifer Christensen from EARMUFFSKIDS reads her painfully hilarious essay 'Vasovagal Is Not A Feminine Itch Product.' Jennifer Christensen is a wife, mother of three, school psychologist, photographer, and aspiring writer. She can run 1/2 marathons without dying, but she can't always run them without peeing her pants. Jennifer enjoys reading, kickboxing classes at the gym, and wasting hours on social media. She blogs about keeping the chaos together at www.earmuffskids.wordpress.com.You can follow her on Facebook, Instagramand Twitter. Links Mentioned In This Episode: EARMUFFSKIDS | Blog FB Instagram Twitter New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and Facebook.

26 MIN2017 APR 1
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'Vasovagal Is Not A Feminine Itch Product' | Inside Voice 44

'I Was Raped, But You Probably Won’t Believe Me' | Inside Voice 43

ETRIGGER WARNING: Alexis Edwards from Mrs. Mombie reads her essay 'I Was Raped, But You Probably Won't Believe Me.' I’m Alexis, the perpetually tired mama to Rory (2012) and Rowan (2014) and wifey toa 6’7″, fuego bearded Irishman. I’m loud, opinionated, and do what I want. I surviveonall thecoffee, wine, sarcasm, and occasionallots ofcurse words. My husband comes from a big family and wants me to give birth to at least six tiny humans. I tell him everyday he’s coo coo for cocoa puffs. I’m too tired for that business. Plus, my body is wrecked and I can’t for the life of me do enough kegels to repair the damage my first two caused. Links Mentioned In This Episode: Mrs. Mombie | Blog Instagram Twitter Birth360 If you or someone you know has or is experiencing abuse, theNational Domestic Violence Hotlinecan help. They are available 24/7 at 1-800-799-7233. New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and F...

32 MIN2017 MAR 24
Comments
'I Was Raped, But You Probably Won’t Believe Me' | Inside Voice 43

'I Flew 1,200 Miles To Fake Being Engaged To An ICU Patient I'd Never Met Before - And Now We're Married' | Inside Voice 42

Sheri Schooley from Mommyopoly reads her xoJane featured essay, 'I Flew 1,200 Miles to Fake Being Engaged to an ICU Patient I'd Never Met Before - And Now We're Married.' Sheri Schooley (Mommyopoly) is a sarcastic, witty, self-depricating, middle-age wife and mother of 2 incredibly amazing daughters. She enjoys spending time with her family, as well as making people laugh. She currently resides in the way-too-hot state of Florida and is phenomenal at complaining at complaining about it. Sheri expresses herself best through the written word and hopes that you'll be able to connect with her through her stories of relationships, parenting, and neuroses. She can be found on Facebook and Twitter @Mommyopoly. Links Mentioned In This Episode: Mommyopoly | Blog FB Twitter New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside Voice on iTunes. You can also follow Inside Voice on Twitter and Facebook.

34 MIN2017 MAR 18
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'I Flew 1,200 Miles To Fake Being Engaged To An ICU Patient I'd Never Met Before - And Now We're Married' | Inside Voice 42

'What The Brady Bunch Taught Our Blended Family' | Inside Voice 41

Kate Chapman from This Life In Progress reads her essay 'What The Brady Bunch Taught Our Blended Family' and talks about how the popular sitcom from the 70's unexpectedly helped pave the way for a major transition. Call me Kate. My husband Gabe and I live on the East Coast with the six children in our modern-day Brady Bunch: Simon, Sara, Caden, Amy, Lottie and Jack. Our blended family of eight liveson our suburban mini-farm with our French bulldog Miller, six hens, and various other assorted pets (today, a hamster and a colony of bees. There’s a campaign underway for parakeets, but I digress). We’re sharing our story, tips and tricks and failures too, so that other families affected by divorce and remarriage feel less alone. Is that you? You’ve found your tribe! Follow uson Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest on ourblended stepfamily adventures, up to the minute hilarity, and tips and tricks for families of all kinds. Need help? Submit a question to the weekly Ask Kat...

32 MIN2017 MAR 10
Comments
'What The Brady Bunch Taught Our Blended Family' | Inside Voice 41

'What I Try to Keep in Mind After Almost Losing My Daughter' | Inside Voice 40

Lauren Lodder from Mommy Owl reads her essay that was featured on The Mighty about almost losing her 1-year-old daughter toidiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP). Hi! I’m Lauren. I live inTexas with myhusband and two young daughters, ages 2 and 4. Before becoming a work-at-home momand a freelance writer, Itaught writing and literature classes at the college level. Iearned myBA from UC Berkeley and myMA from CSUF. Myfavorite part of this parenting gig is watching mybabies become strong and opinionated young ladies. Writing about their various shenanigans gives meso much joy because kids are hilarious.In my downtime, I enjoy cuddling with my husband (sans children), reading science fiction books, and drinking bubbly champagne. You can find meblogging @ Mommyowl.com, on Facebook @ mommyowldotcom and on Twitter @Lhlodder. Links Mentioned In This Episode: Mommy Owl By Lauren Lodder | FB Mommy Owl | Twitter Huffington Post New episodes every week! Don't forget to subscribe to Inside V...

32 MIN2017 MAR 2
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'What I Try to Keep in Mind After Almost Losing My Daughter' | Inside Voice 40

'Not So Glamorous' | Inside Voice 39

Award-winning author Ronit Plank brings us back to the '90s with "Not So Glamorous", her essay about spokesmodeling, bars, a break up, and trying to find herself in the city. Ronit's essays and fiction have appeared inThe American Literary Review,Salon,Best NewWriting 2015, and TheIowa Review(runner up, The 2013 Iowa Review Award for Fiction), among others. Her story “Gibbous” was aNarrative2014 Winter Short Story Contest finalist and won the Eric Hoffer Award for Short Prose. Her essay "I'm Sorry About the Dog" was givenSpecial Mention inHunger Mountain's2016 Creative Nonfiction Prize and will bepublished inProximityMagazine'sApril 2017 issue.Hershort story "The Plan" wonSequestrum's2016 New Writer Award and will appear in their summer 2017 issue. Ronitearned her MFA in nonfiction at Pacific University and is currently working on her coming-of-age memoir.More about her, acomplete list of her work, and links topublications are atwww.ronitfeinglassplank.com. Links Mentioned In This...

38 MIN2017 FEB 10
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'Not So Glamorous' | Inside Voice 39
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