Over the summer, host and producer Matt Tullis moved from Ashland, Ohio, to Newtown, Connecticut. The podcast was previously recorded in the studios of 88.9 WRDL at Ashland University, where Tullis was an associate professor of journalism and digital media. Tullis is now an assistant professor of English and digital journalism at Fairfield University.
With the job change, Tullis will have more time to dedicate to the podcast, and expects to resume posting at least two episodes every month.
The first episode this fall is scheduled to be released on Sept. 27. That episode will feature Kathryn Miles, who recently had a piece in the Boston Globe about the last days of an Appalachian Trail hiker who got lost and ultimately died. Miles is also the author of three books, including her most recent book “Superstorm: Nine Days Inside Hurricane Sandy.”
The podcast has other guests lined up for this fall. They include:
• Skip Hollandsworth, an executive editor at Texas Monthly and the author of “The Midnight Assassin: Panic, Scandal and the Hunt for America’s First Serial Killer.”
• Eli Sanders, a Pulitzer Prize winner for his piece “The Bravest Woman in Seattle” and author of the book “While the City Slept: A Love Lost to Violence and a Young Man’s Descent into Madness.”