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Podcast Episode #3: Peggy Sturdivant

It’s the third episode of the Ballard Writers Collective Podcast!

This podcast features unpublished stories told live, without notes, at Egan’s Ballard Jam House.

Today producer Joshua McNichols introduces us to storyteller Peggy Sturdivant. Well, he can’t really introduce her, since you already know her as the regular host of this podcast, or as the founder of the Ballard Writers Collective. Peggy is also a newspaper columnist and author of the book Out of Nowhere. Today Peggy shares her story “Unprescribed Honeymoon.”

You can listen to this episode of the podcast here.

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Podcast Episode #2: Ingrid Ricks

Listen to the second episode of the Ballard Writers Collective Podcast!

This podcast features unpublished stories told live, without notes, at Egan’s Ballard Jam House.

Host Peggy Sturdivant introduces us to storyteller Ingrid Ricks, author of the book “Hippie Boy, A Girl’s Story.” Today Ingrid will share a story about how losing her vision helped her see what counts.

Ingrid Ricks

You can listen to this episode of the podcast here.

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Podcast Episode #1: Alison Krupnick

Introducing the Ballard Writers Collective Podcast!

Featuring unpublished stories told live, without notes, at Egan’s Ballard Jam House.

Today, host Peggy Sturdivant introduces us to storyteller Alison Krupnick, author of the blog, “Slice of Midlife.” Alison wrote a forthcoming book called Ruminations from the Minivan, Musings From a World Grown Large, then Small, which chronicles her transformation from a small town New Jersey girl to world traveling diplomat and finally, Ballard minivan-driving Mom. Today she’ll be sharing her parenting philosophy, “Battle Hymn of the Jersey Mother.”

Alison Krupnick

You can listen to this episode of the podcast here.

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Note for parents: This episode contains a few naughty words.