The Writers Grotto has its own podcasting studio, and some of our members produce podcasts there or elsewhere. Give them a listen:


What it is: A lively conversation with established and up-and-coming writers on the craft of writing.

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What it is: The #GoodMuslimBadMuslim monthly podcast, featuring Tanzila “Taz” Ahmed and Zahra Noorbakhsh, is about the good and the bad of the American Muslim female experience. But you know, satirically & disturbingly hilarious. 

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Story Makers

What it is: Presented by published writers Angie Powers and Writers Grotto member Elizabeth Stark, Story Makers mainly features interviews with other writers, filmmakers, and industry experts. The show also features conversations between Powers and Stark about their current projects, what they’re struggling with, tips and advice, and their love of writing.

WorkLife With Adam Grant

What it is: Organizational psychologist Adam Grant takes you inside the minds of some of the world’s most unusual professionals to explore the science of making work not suck. From learning how to love criticism to harnessing the power of frustration, one thing’s for sure: You’ll never see your job the same way again. Grotto member Grace Rubenstein is the podcast’s story editor.

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Our Food Journey (Hormel)

What it is: We feature conversations with people who are making a difference in how we create and think about food. From Midwestern farmers, to food entrepreneurs, and from Master Chefs, to parents preparing dinner for their families. We’re all players in an interconnected food system and we all deserve a place at the table. Grotto member Ethan Watters co-hosts.

Listen & subscribe here.

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The Craftsmanship Initiative

Welcome to our podcast! We are a nonprofit, multi-media digital magazine focusing on in-depth profiles of intriguing artisans and innovators across the globe — makers who are creating a world built to last. If you enjoy listening to long-form narratives, our audio recordings are for you. We partnered with San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) and several of its MFA students to produce audio versions of some of our most popular stories of craftsmanship and mastery. To support this project, please consider making a donation — it’s tax-deductible!

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