<p>Hosts Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo, who you might know as the co-founders of the website Of a Kind (RIP!) or the co-authors of the book Work Wife, are all about discovery and enthusiasm. We've heard this weekly podcast described as a 'unique mix of urgent discussions of non-urgent things and thoughtful discussions of important, and often otherwise ignored, things,' and we're very much on board with that take.</p><p><br></p>


Title Date published
105: V.I.P Author Celeste Ng on Writing a Super-Buzzy Novel 2019-08-20
174: New Mom Life—and How to Handle it as Work Wives 2019-08-12
15: Our Season One Coversation with Cup of Jo's Joanna Goddard 2019-08-05
189: Rachel DeLoache Williams Goes Deep on Her Book About Fake Heiress Anna Delvey 2019-07-29
188: A Major Alex Update and the Best of Summer Snacks 2019-07-22
187: Mira Jacob Illustrates Important Questions in Her New Book, Good Talk 2019-07-15
186: This Unstoppable PR Duo is Reinventing the Industry’s Sustainability Standards 2019-07-08
185: A Summery Round of Stuff We Can’t Get Enough Of 2019-07-01
184: How Mickey Rapkin Wrote a Book-Turned-Blockbuster and the Greatest New Children’s Book 2019-06-24
183: A Wildly Successful Denim Line Was Just the Start for These Work Wives 2019-06-17
182: Old News That’s Seriously Worth a Revisit 2019-06-10
181: The NYC Duo Making Entertaining and Good Eating Easier 2019-06-03
180: The Female VCs Changing the Funding Game 2019-05-28
179: Rabbit Care, a Netflix Rec, and a Call for Shorter Content 2019-05-20
178: How LaTonya Yvette is Making Space for Women of Color 2019-05-13
177: The Founders of Loom on the Radical Way They’re Teaching Women About Their Bodies 2019-05-06
176: The That’s So Retrograde Gals on All the Best of L.A. Wellness and Weirdness 2019-04-29
175: The Co-Founders of Squeeze on Leveling-Up Their Work-Wife Relationship 2019-04-22
174: New Mom Life—and How to Handle it as Work Wives 2019-04-15
Introducing Motherhood Sessions from Gimlet 2019-04-11

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