What started out as a streaming audio show at Wired in 2000 morphed into this little program in my tiny corner of the Internet.

Author and publisher Brad King hosts The Downtown Writers Jam Podcast, this hour-long, one-on-one interview program where authors discuss the horrible choices they made in life that led them down the road to writing. Sometimes there is whiskey. Oftentimes there is cursing. But always entertaining. (My friends wouldn’t lie to me, right?)

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Episode 42: Kristen Philipkoski: My old Wired.com colleague Kristen “KP” Philipkoski dropped by The Downtown Writers Jam to talk about her new venture, Mean Magazine, a feminist magazine for GenX women. Along the way, we also reminisced about the insanity of the dotcom era and the craziness of the media way back when.

About Kristen Philipkoski

Kristen Philipkoski has been a San Francisco Bay Area-based writer and editor for more than 20 years. She was the senior science editor at Wired.com, a science contributor for Gizmodo, and the San Francisco editor at Racked.

She has also written for the San Francisco Chronicle, Refinery29, TheBoldItalic, 7×7, BoingBoing and many more.

She recently launched Mean Magazine for 50-ish women and is a Forbes contributor.

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