Thanks to UEN’s Homeroom Podcast!

Recently, I had the opportunity to visit the crew at the UEN (Utah Education Network) Homeroom Podcast. We recorded early October, and the pod went live in mid-October. It was a blast!

Before the mic was even on, we connected about college radio—lookin’ at you, WNJR—and horror literature. And after we got rolling, the conversation was fun and, for me at least, compelling. I wish we could have kept going, and I hope they invite me back soon. If you get the time, please have a listen to my appearance. We chatted about writing, about failure (an experience with which I am well-acquainted), and about teaching. BRING ME BACK, PEOPLE!

I’m having a good ‘ol time in the studio!

About Steve Capone

Writer hailing from Salt Lake City, Utah. Interdisciplinary teacher (read: generalist guiding inquiry) at an independent school. Adjunct instructor at a medium sized state school. Lover of learning. Favorite destination: Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, Germany. @CaponeTeaches on Twitter M.S. Philosophy (Univ. of Utah 2013) M.A. Humanities (Univ. of Chicago 2007) B.A. Philosophy & English (Washington & Jefferson College 2006
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