Fascinating Podcast brings you weekly conversations with the people on the topics you can’t get enough of. Join Kathy Khang, Matt Mikalatos, Clay Morgan and JR. Forasteros for the latest.
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Fascinating Podcast - October 22, 2018
Henry Lien Spins the Legend of Peasprout Chen
From Series: "The Fascinating Podcast Season 1"
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Meet the Hosts
Kathy Khang is a speaker, journalist, and activist. She has worked in campus ministry for more than twenty years, with expertise in issues of gender, ethnicity, justice, and leadership development. She is a columnist for Sojourners magazine, a writer for Faith & Leadership, and a coauthor of More Than Serving Tea: Asian American Women on Expectations, Relationships, Leadership and Faith.
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Matt is the author of a growing menagerie of books including the ever-popular “Sky Lantern.” He lives near Portland, Oregon, where the motto is “Keep Portland Weird.” He loves to write and speak, and though his cats were eaten by coyotes he still has his wife, three daughters, and three brine shrimp living in the house. He loves maple trees, speculative fiction, comic books and most birds. Also hammocks. For the last twenty years Matt’s been on staff with a Christian non-profit dedicated to helping people love God and love each other.
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After a decade of teaching college courses in history, political science, and communication in Pittsburgh, Clay moved to Dallas, Texas where at least winters aren’t soul-crushing. He’s been writing professionally for 15 years or so, doing everything from journalism to corporate consulting. He helps people become better communicators at ClayMorganOnline.com. Along the way he published Undead: Revised, Resuscitated & Reborn—a book about zombies, God, and what it means to be alive. He loves his fiancee Jen, hockey, and Oxford commas (unlike JR.).