Heidi Cave spends an hour discussing losing her legs in a horrific car accident, why it’s okay to want to be pretty, and how she made the decision to stay alive. A true inspiration.
M. Elizabeth Evans talks about marrying into an Italian family while living in Florence, the gratitude she has that the in-laws don’t read her blog, and reverse-culture shock visiting the US.
Kim Bongiorno, blogger, author, and speaker talks to us about writing personal stories and non-fiction, getting published, what it takes to be a successful blogger, and why children should refer to their parents’ friends as Mr. and Mrs.
How do you take a personal blog and turn it into a professional business? Norine Dworkin McDaniel talks about branding, marketing, and how to handle online circumcision haters.
Today I spoke with road comic Suzy Soro about her start in the humor business, why she quit blogging, getting a book deal via Twitter, and why she cried with Angelina Jolie.
Today we sit down with author and editor-in-chief Leslie Marinelli to discuss her new compilation You Have Lipstick in Your Teeth, her website InThePowderRoom, and why she buys the chub pack of Lady Bic razors.
The part II interview that was re-recorded because I lost the original part II! That didn’t come out right. Anyway, another hour from the great Queerie Bradshaw, lesbian feminist, politiqueer, public speaker, and humorist. Oh, and she’s writing a book and doing a new podcast. Listen now!
D.J. invites political activist, feminist, and sex blogger Queerie Bradshaw to talk about what we don’t. In this episode we learn about her background in sex education, law, and writing. Part II coming soon!
D.J. sits down with funnywoman Jessica Bari to discuss being a shock-blogger, a sex/relationship coach, and why dating when you’re a blogger sucks fat ones.
About Bloggers are Weird
Popular bloggers on the web read a post and then talk about whatever crap comes next.
What is a “D.J. Paris”?
He's this show's host and popular (he's writing this) blogger of ThoughtsFromParis
Who is this Podcast For?
Anyone who loves blogs, reads blogs, writes blogs, or thinks blogs are stupid.
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