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The Mockingcast is a bi-weekly podcast hosted by RJ Heijmen, Sarah Condon and David Zahl, and brought to you by Mockingbird Ministries, an organization which seeks to connect the Christian faith with the realities of everyday life in fresh and down-to-earth ways. You can find out more about Mockingbird at www.mbird.com. Audio production provided by TJ Hester.
 
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For the past 18 months, Janette Barnard has been writing a weekly newsletter called Prime Future for innovators in livestock, meat, and dairy. Janette is an entrepreneur, and currently a venture capitalist with Merck Animal Ventures. ​Her work has evolved alongside her curiosities, which range from innovation history, venture capital, to entreprene…
 
Rajat was born in India but is currently based in San Francisco, California. For the past decade, Rajat has been devoted to addressing sexism in India. ​He co-founded a tech-ed company called Menstrupedia to help young Indian women learn about their periods in a healthy manner; produced an alphabet book of iconic Indian women to inspire young India…
 
In which Sarah, Dave, and RJ talk self-awareness, gracious friendships, nap ministries, and the "gift" of rejection. Also, RJ explores his haze-ability while Sarah buys a bridesmaid dress. Click here to read David Brooks column on "Is Self-Awareness a Mirage?" Click here to read the interview with Anne Lamott in Time. Click here to read about the N…
 
​Julian is a writer, podcaster, angel investor, and founder. On Twitter, he has built a large audience by sharing deep-dive threads where he deconstructs topics that interest him. ​He follows his curiosity and creates valuable in-depth guides to share his learnings, such as his Writing Well Handbook for nonfiction writers. He also co-hosts the Brai…
 
​Will is the founder of Big Later, the internet’s most entertaining crash course on personal finance, investing, and employee equity. ​Before starting Big Later he spent 6 years at Salesforce in strategy, growth, enablement, and partnership roles. ​His free time goes towards practicing Brazilian jiu-jitsu and doing all the outdoor sh*t you can do i…
 
In which RJ, Sarah, and Dave talk favorite comedians, status games, personal progress, deconversion narratives, and the allure of re-enchantment. Also, somehow RJ keeps winning. He's insufferable that way. Click here to watch Norm Macdonald deliver the Moth Joke. Click here to read Will Storr's article on Status Games in The Guardian. Click here to…
 
​Abigail Koffler’s 6th grade diary waxes poetic about the terrible food she had on a school field trip. It was only the beginning of her foray into the land of culinary critiques. ​When Abigail founded This Needs Hot Sauce in 2017, the newsletter was her passion project while she worked for a nonprofit. Soon, she quit the nonprofit scene to pursue …
 
​The seed for Sarah’s passion for farming was planted on her family’s farm in Wyoming. As it grew, so did her need to find the answer to a critical question: is it possible to farm without exploiting farmers, farmworkers, the environment, or communities? Sarah's search for answers took her around the globe, working in and around agriculture for non…
 
​Ravynn K. Stringfield is a Ph.D. candidate in American Studies at William & Mary. Her dissertation project focuses on Black women and girls in fantasy new media narratives. Ravynn is also an essayist and fiction writer; her creative nonfiction work has appeared in Catapult, midnight & indigo, Shondaland and ZORA. Her novel-length fiction is repres…
 
In their first episode after the summer hiatus, Dave, RJ and Sarah talk misbehaving consumers, trapped perfectionists, and controversial forgiveness before taking a detour to a little church in Mississippi. Also, Sarah dons a babooshka while Dave drums up some tips. Click here to read Amanda Mull's article on how American Shoppers Are a Nightmare C…
 
A model for Black girls who live on the road, Gabrielle Ione Hickmon works as a writer, strategist, and multidisciplinary artist. A cultural critic, Gabrielle's writing is concerned with the intersections and interactions of culture, travel, art, womanism, and Black life. ​Her essays have appeared in Condé Nast Traveler, The Baffler, Zora Magazine…
 
Hiten Shah and Marie Prokopets are co-founders of Nira, a real-time access control system to help businesses protect company information from unauthorized access. ​Hiten is a startup veteran and has written about failing at startups, scaling startups, and everything else in between. Marie is an award-winning comedy writer and currently writes the N…
 
Girish is currently deep into a memoir about his decade in journalism. His investigative and multimedia reporting from Venezuela, the Americas, and the Middle East has been published by everyone from Reuters to The New Yorker. He was based primarily in Venezuela for nearly a decade and freelanced for five years before joining Reuters as a Senior Co…
 
When Cyd Notter was writing a nutrition column for the local newspaper and working in ministry at her local church, she wasn’t planning to write a book. But an encounter with God in 2013 led to a five-year journey of distilling the principles of plant-based nutrition and Biblical Scripture to create a faith-based book that communicates the importan…
 
Eugene Wei is one of the best technology and media bloggers on the Internet. ​He started writing a personal blog called Remains of the Day in 2001 covering topics across technology, product development, the internet, movies and filmmaking, photography, writing, and sports. ​Most recently, Eugene was Head of Video at Oculus. Before that, he led prod…
 
Yanyi is a poet and critic. ​He is the author of Dream of the Divided Field (One World Random House, forthcoming 2022) and The Year of Blue Water (Yale University Press 2019), winner of the 2018 Yale Series of Younger Poets Prize, finalist for the 2020 Lambda Literary Award in Transgender Poetry, and named one of 2019’s Best Poetry Books by New Yor…
 
Natalie is on the content team at On Deck and was previously the Writing Partner for the On Deck Writer Fellowship. She is a freelance journalist and contributes to New York Magazine’s The Strategist, Into The Gloss, Toast Magazine, Freunde Von Freunden, T Magazine, Gather, Allure, and other media outlets. She is a veteran of traditional print medi…
 
With over half a million subscribers to his daily newsletter Axios Sports, Kendall Baker is a go-to source for sports information. He started writing a daily newsletter called Sports Internet in 2017, which Axios acquired in 2019. Before writing his daily newsletter, Kendall was a Columnist at Bleacher Report, worked in Production at ESPN, and was …
 
Writer and host of both the Unthinkable and 3 Clips podcasts, Jay helps mission-driven brands, authors, and entrepreneurs make stuff that matters. His work with companies like Google and ESPN, combined with 15+ years of public performance and creative projects, has taught him what it takes to create things that resonate and make an impact. ​In this…
 
In their last episode before the summer hiatus, RJ, Sarah, and Dave talk brand loyalty, thought-terminating cliches, father's day championships, the religion/psychoanalysis intersection, and God's downstairs neighbor. Also, RJ changes his mind about Michael Jordan (sort of). *To support Mockingbird, please visit www.mbird.com/support. * To read Sop…
 
Julie Trelstad has published over a hundred books and worked with countless authors, publishers, and agents. ​After a career in traditional publishing at Taunton Press and John Wiley & Sons, as well as the literary agency Writers House, Julie launched 82 Stories, a digital marketing agency for authors. ​In this call, Julie shared what she has learn…
 
Matt is an NYC-based comedian, writer, and startup veteran. When he’s not performing live comedy, he writes his weekly newsletter, The Rubesletter, and co-hosts the Hell & Wellness podcast. In his writing, he dives deep into topics such as comedy, tech, politics, art, spirituality, pop culture, and more. You can watch his stand-up comedy in his "Fe…
 
Sasha Chapin has had an unusual writing career. He’s gone from being an award-winning magazine writer to publishing a memoir about a worldwide chess career with Doubleday. Now, he’s publishing a serial novel about a depressed vampire on Substack. In this Zoom call, Sasha detailed the insights he’s gleaned from his adventures in writing and reportin…
 
In which Sarah, RJ, and Dave talk spite, ubiquitous burnout, chaplaincy booms, and our conflicted relationship with newness. Also, Dave marvels at how refreshed the cicadas are looking. Click here to read Charlie Tyson's review in The Atlantic on Why Are We So Spiteful? Click here to watch Todd Brewer's talk on Anger ("If Jesus Had a Twitter Accoun…
 
Morning Brew is a media start-up with a suite of business and lifestyle content. Zoë Gibson leads Growth & Audience Development for Morning Brew’s industry newsletters: Marketing Brew (https://bit.ly/2ShMZXo), Retail Brew (https://bit.ly/2RCTmEN), and Emerging Tech Brew (https://bit.ly/3oDcajp). She started her career at The Atlantic’s events divis…
 
With bylines in Shopify, CoSchedule, and CXL, Elise Dopson has cracked the code on landing well-known companies as clients. In this zoom call, Elise joined Foster’s Eva Gutierrez to talk about her transition from amateur to professional writer. Elise laid out a roadmap for writers who want to turn their passion into a career. Elise and Eva did a de…
 
Recorded live in front of an audience at the Mockingbird Tyler festival, Sarah, RJ, and Dave talk ambivalent mothers, Nordic expectations, getting "on top of things", and elite religiosity. Also, Sarah indulges in some, er, splendid show-and-tell. Click here to read How Adult Children Affect Their Mothers' Happiness Click here to read about The Gri…
 
Luke writes the popular Welcome to Hell World newsletter where he writes about issues from a leftist perspective typically in stream-of-consciousness style essays. He previously wrote about music, cocktails, and culture in Boston and later moved to bigger publications such as Esquire, The Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, The Guardian, Playbo…
 
Nikole Hannah-Jones is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist covering racial injustice for The New York Times Magazine and the creator and lead writer for the 1619 Project, a NYT initiative that aims to reframe U.S. history by placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans at the center of our national narrative. Nikole’…
 
Sean Blanda has built a prolific career in content. For the last decade, he has shaped the editorial direction of well-regarded content producers like Invison, Adobe’s 99U, Growth Lab and I Will Teach You to Be Rich. Currently, Sean is the Director of Content for Crossbeam and runs Pilcrow House, an event series in Philadelphia. We did a deep dive …
 
Surprise! It's a special edition episode of The Mockingcast, in which CJ Green introduces the unpredictable content of the Surprise issue of The Mockingbird magazine. You'll hear an incredible personal essay read by author and professional listener, Helena Dea Bala; an interview on unexpected grief with the Rev Liz Tichenor; and a discussion about …
 
Scott writes the popular Action Cookbook newsletter where he publishes three times per week. He spent time as a freelance sports writer in traditional media where he cut his teeth on producing writing quickly and built a loyal audience on Twitter. Scott is based in Kentucky where he works as an architect and regularly has to convince his kids to ea…
 
In which Dave, RJ and Sarah talk subtraction strategies, birth order effects, Bieber's redemption, and the spiritual dangers of courting controversy. But maybe that's just what a couple of oldest children (and one middle child) would discuss. Click here to read The Washington Post's report on our aversion to subtraction when it comes to problem sol…
 
Jack Cheng is a Shanghai-born, Detroit-based author of critically acclaimed fiction for young readers. His debut children’s novel, See You in the Cosmos, is winner of the 2017 Golden Kite and Great Lakes, Great Reads awards for Best Middle Grade Fiction. Jack volunteers with 826michigan to facilitate in-class writing projects in Detroit public scho…
 
In which Sarah, RJ and Dave talk vaccinated no-no's, real estate obsessions, recalibrated ambitions, and Easter messages. We almost titled it House Hunters: The Mockingcast Edition. Click here to read The New Yorker's list of Things Fully Vaccinated People Are Still Not Allowed to Do. Click here to read Anne Helen Peterson's newsletter, "I'm Not Re…
 
After graduating from business school, Dan began blogging for fun about the intersection of business and hip hop. Inspired by a Harvard case study on Beyonce, he started writing his own case studies on the industry. ​Combining his passion for business and music evolved into his now-successful media company, Trapital. Today, Trapital’s readers inclu…
 
In which RJ, Sarah, and Dave talk last chance basketball programs, true selves, teenage errors, and gracious dispositions. Also, Sarah gets kicked off AOL Instant Messenger. Click here to watch the trailer for Last Chance U: Basketball. Click here to read the New Yorker's profile of Sherry Turkle. Click here to read Vice's article on "Why Your ‘Tru…
 
Is it harder to write for yourself, or for someone else? There are different challenges to each, but today, we talked with someone who writes, edits, and publishes in the styles of dozens of different individuals and brands. Heather Leith, VP of Content for Growth Machine, talked about how she and her team do this at scale. Join us for a conversati…
 
In which Sarah, RJ and Dave talk baby busts, Instavangelists, and epiphanies of the heart. Also, RJ comes clean about his favorite Disney princess. Clue: It's not Anna or Elsa. Click here to read The Wall Street Journal's report on the intenational baby bust. Click here to read Leigh Stein's piece on The Empty Religions of Instagram. Click here to …
 
Christene Browne is no stranger to ambitious creative projects. She’s an award-winning novelist and filmmaker who tells stories that celebrate culture, give a voice to the voiceless, and bring social inequalities to the forefront of her audience’s mind. One of Christene’s most ambitious projects was Speaking in Tongues: The History of Language, whe…
 
In which RJ, Sarah, and Dave talk Covid-Deutsch, the advice column boom, and grieving video game characters. Also, Sarah cozies up to some ghosts while dancing to DMB. Click here to read Rebecca Schumann's overview of the new German words being invented to describe pandemic life. Click here to read The New Yorker's profile of The Age of Peak Advice…
 
Liz Fosslien has incorporated creativity throughout her entire career. It all started 2012 when she published “14 Ways an Economist Says I Love You” and has continued to this day with he Wall Street Journal best-seller No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work. She’s somehow managed to do all this while leading content at Hum…
 
Three years ago, while working as a data scientist in San Francisco, Ginny Hogan started a blog analyzing data from her online dating profile. The blog was meant to be a sort of academic exercise, but the bizarre and absurd nature of being young and single in San Francisco slowly morphed her stories into something more human -- and funny. As her wr…
 
Blogger, analyst, and marketing expert Byrne Hobart relies on his multifaceted background and wide network to create reliable, relevant, and insightful writing. He tells engaging narratives – following the business of finance and tech – backed by data and tied together with compelling storytelling. With one of the most popular newsletters on Substa…
 
Nicolas Cole is no stranger to using his writing as an influential driving force. Today, Nicolas’s voice is behind some of the top talent worldwide: his ghostwriting agency – Digital Press is just one of the forms it takes. He’s helped hundreds of founders, executives, best-selling authors, Grammy-winning musicians, Olympians, and public speakers –…
 
In which RJ, Sarah, and Dave talk peripheral relationships, nervous breakdowns, and nighttime prayers. Also, after making a startling discovery in her father's desk drawer, Sarah goes shopping for yoga pants. Click here to read Amanda Mull's piece on how The Pandemic Has Erased Entire Categories of Friendship Click here to read the report in the To…
 
For the past few years, David Perell has produced some of the most popular writing on the internet. On this private call, David and Stew Fortier talked about: David’s system for picking winning ideas How David writes things that resonate Some key lessons that David teaches during Write of Passage What David would do if he was starting over today…
 
The new economy is ripe with opportunities to publish premium independent writing. But without a sustainable workflow, it’s easy to succumb to overwhelm, confusion and frustration. This expert session will remove the guesswork for aspiring and practicing essayists, journalists and bloggers who want to design a consistent writing practice and connec…
 
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