About the Podcast

Critical Wit is a podcast about science, literature, and the arts.  Each episode features an interview with someone that has expertise in a particular topic.  Each episode is about 20 minutes.  You can send general feedback, questions, and comments to criticalwitpodcast@gmail.com.  If you enjoy this podcast, please consider ‘liking’ the Critical Wit page on Facebook and/or give it a rating in iTunes. You can also follow Critical Wit on Twitter @TheCriticalWit.


Critical Wit is hosted by Chris Lindsay, Julia Jenkins, and Sophie Bushwick.

Chris Lindsay is the organizer of the Ann Arbor Science & Skeptics, an organization dedicated to promoting science education and critical thinking.  Chris is also the co-organizer of the Michigan Beer & Book Club, which celebrates Michigan literature and libations.  You can contact Chris via e-mail at criticalwitpodcast@gmail.com.


Julia Jenkins is a librarian and book blogger at “pagesofjulia”, where she reviews a diverse collection of fiction and nonfiction, including audiobooks and occasional other miscellany.  You can subscribe to Julia’s website at http://pagesofjulia.com/.  You can contact Julia via e-mail at juliasbookreviews@gmail.com.


Sophie Bushwick is a freelance science writer. Her work includes podcasts for Scientific American 60-Second Science and Physics Central, as well as written contributions to io9, Scientific American, and Discover Magazine. You can subscribe to Sophie’s Tumblr, “Life Is Just a Theory,” at www.sophiebushwick.com and follow her on Twitter @SophieBushwick.  You can contact Sophie via e-mail at smbushwickpress@gmail.com.


Creative Commons License Critical Wit Podcast by Chris Lindsay is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.  Based on work at www.criticalwitpodcast.com.  The podcast player is courtesy of  podPress and TSG.  If you wish to download the episode, click the link underneath the player – depending on your browser, you may have to right-click and select “save target as” or “save link as.”  We are also listed in the iTunes store, where you can subscribe to the podcast.

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