I’d listen to Cheryl Strayed read the phone book…but this is better!
The Dear Sugar advice column contained so much wisdom and kindness that it was almost too big for the written word, and listening to Cheryl Strayed read Tiny Beautiful Things was an incredible pleasure—so this podcast is bound to be awesome. I like Steve Almond well enough, but for me, Cheryl Strayed is the draw. First episode was great, can’t wait for more!
TheSocietyFor via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/16/14
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I wanted to like this show so much, and for a while I did! Unfortunately a strong will can only carry you so far and then it's time to face facts. Oh Cheryl, what is the deal with Steve Almond? Between the passive sex noises ("yes, yes") after seemingly anyone says anything, and the...Read full review »
rachykee via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/04/15
I became acquainted with Cheryl’s writing through Tiny Beautiful Things where I first learned about Dear Sugar and craved more. Lo and behold this podcast arrived and it is as gut wrenching, open, and honest as the Dear Sugar column. This podcast is therapy for the soul.
Kev Ev via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/08/15
I'm a huge fan of both Cheryl Strayed's and Steve Almond's writing (seriously, I've not read anything that I haven't adore) and I really enjoyed Dear Sugar on The Rumpus, but something does not translate with this radio program. It feels like the focus is too much on the hosts...Read full review »
ummyeahok via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/03/15
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