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‘WINNETKA’ Trailer: The Unexpected

Hi friends! We are very close to our Feb. 4 launch date! Here’s a trailer that gives you an idea of what to expect…the unexpected. Thanks for listening! You can subscribe at Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts! Also visit WinnetkaPodcast.com! Follow Winnetka Podcast

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My WINNETKA Podcast Launches Feb. 4!

Hi all, I am incredibly excited…my new podcast, WINNETKA, officially launches Feb. 4! If you haven’t subscribed yet–shame on you!–you can do so at Apple Podcasts–hit the ‘View in iTunes’ button, then hit ‘Subscribe’–or wherever you get your podcasts. You an also subscribe on our website. Right now, the trailer and several …

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Nicknames (Sample Story from my new podcast, WINNETKA)

In the fine WASP tradition of gifting innocent children with preposterous nicknames, my parents changed the perfectly civilized names we were given at birth to goofy alternatives. Mine was the worst. Warning: it starts with P. Hear all about it in this sample story from my new podcast, WINNETKA… . or listen …

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GLENDALE: A Sample Story from WINNETKA

It was the late Sixties–definitely time to get acquainted with sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll. My boyfriend Steve offered introductions to those things, and I accepted, but cautiously, one step at a time… Hear all about it in this excerpt from Episode 8 of my new podcast, WINNETKA… . or listen …

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From my new podcast, WINNETKA: Housewife Tips

We kids always thought our mother was the perfect model of a Fifties housewife. But in this sample story from Episode 6 of my new podcast, WINNETKA, Mom reveals that she was actually subversive… . or listen on WinnetkaPodcast.com . Full episodes of WINNETKA launch Feb. 4, but please subscribe to hear …

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From WINNETKA: Duck And Cover

Hi all, I’ll be launching my new podcast, WINNETKA, on Feb. 4, 2019 but meanwhile listen to this sample story from the Episode 6. It tells about a time in 1962, when it was widely thought that, in the event of nuclear holocaust, a child’s life could be saved if they crouched …