Unread: Digital Breadcrumbs (ft. Chris Stedman)

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Unread: Digital Breadcrumbs (ft. Chris Stedman)
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One December evening in 2019, Chris Stedman noticed a new message in his inbox from his friend Alex, sent at exactly 7 p.m. He and Alex hadn’t talked in a while—was Alex writing to tell him off for being a bad friend? But it wasn’t that. “listen,” the note read. “i am writing to let you know that when you receive this scheduled email, i will no longer be alive.”

Welcome to Unread, a podcast from iHeart that has landed on many best-of-2021 lists while striking a deep chord with its audience.

Inside today’s episode, Jay speaks with Chris Stedman, creator and writer of Unread, a show with a unique approach toward mental health and cultural icons. Chris breaks down the process of conceptualizing an intimately personal project with a team, and how podcasting differs from the written word.

Chris Stedman is a Minneapolis-based writer, speaker, and professor who currently teaches in the Department of Religion and Philosophy at Augsburg University. He is the author of IRL and Faitheist, and Unread is his first podcast.

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INSIDE THIS EPISODE: 

Unread can be found at: https://chrisstedmanwriter.com/unread/

Tweet at Unread host Chris Stedman here: https://twitter.com/ChrisDStedman

Follow 3 Clips host Jay Acunzo on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/jayacunzo/

This episode was produced by Jude Brewer. Learn more: www.judebrewer.com

Music provided by Tyler Littwin

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