** Update: The podcast of the show is live, if you missed it, and want to check it out! **
At the end of 2011, one of the goals I wrote down for myself for this year was to be on NPR. You know…once. I grew up without a TV, but with NPR as our constant companion. So as far as I was concerned, being on NPR was the end all be all. As fancy as it gets. Now it’s starting to feel like the (super awesome, but still hilarious) joke is on me. Funny what the universe sometimes has in store for you.
After Talk of The Nation in January, and KQED’s Forum in June, I’m going to be on Washington DC’s NPR affiliate WAMU tomorrow from 1-2 EST on The Kojo Show, talking about, well, weddings. I’m super excited about this particular show, since we’ll be discussing the history of the wedding industry, guerrilla weddings, how the wedding industry is inclusive (or not) of LGBTQ weddings, marriage, and much more. You can listen live here.
DC-ers, I loved meeting you guys on book tour, so let’s consider this a virtual happy hour together.