Are you craving some conversation about writing, in the voice of your favorite Goddard advisor? Curious what the rest of the faculty is like? Just want to get a quick infusion of the Goddard spirit, or enter into an interlude that will remind you “yes, this is why you write and what you are writing”?

During our summer residency in Vermont, we started exploring podcasting. To read more about that experience, and some tips about the form, check out Rahna Reiko Rizzuto’s post here. As part of the experience and practice of podcasting, we are pleased to announce our limited Faculty Spotlight series, in which faculty talk about their work, their process, their approach to teaching, and reveal a secret or two about what people don’t know about them. So if you have 15 minutes, click on one of the links below, and if you like what you hear, please share our new series with writers, artists and listeners who might enjoy these glimpses into the writing life.

Rahna Reiko Rizzuto, “The Star.”

Richard Panek, “Defying Gravity.”

And today’s newest podcast, Sherri L. Smith, “The Forest.”