UW-Green Bay English program publishes ‘Indented’ podcasts

Invites public to submit content for Valentine’s Day broadcast

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Green Bay, Wis. — The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay English program announces the launching of Indented — a series of podcasts revolving around a collective love for literature and storytelling. Undergraduate students Emma Fay and Jordan Safranski are the hosts.

“Audiences will be entertained by the commentary, discussion and stories (with lots of laughter included) from UW-Green Bay’s faculty and students,” Safranski says. Indented explores literary favorites from “The Greats” and the narrative artistry of UW-Green Bay students, faculty, staff and community members. Current hosts Jordan Safranski and Emma Fay research, record and mix the show.

The first episode of the podcast, “Ghosties” is live for the listening on the Phoenix Podcast Network. It is a conversation about favorite scary stories. The second episode of Indented will be ready Feb. 14. In honor of Valentine’s Day, this “misconceptions-themed” episode will feature a professor segment lead by Charles Rybak, interim dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, as well as a student segment, focusing on classic literature that has been misunderstood, and a selection of hilarious “Missed Connections.”

To that end, the hosts would like to feature stories from the public in the second episode. Specifically, they seek hilarious, eloquent or just too-good-to-pass-up “Missed Connections.” If you are willing to share your missed connection with Indented, please respond to the survey.

Fay and Safranski are working as part of the UW-Green Bay Creatives team, a group of students tasked with promoting the activities, culture, career opportunities and curriculum of the English department.

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