Double Reeds Don't March (w/ Jamie Loftus)

Writer, animator, and performer Jamie Loftus joins Greta this week to talk about being a standardized test girlie with scoliosis from Boston. Her high school was so big they pulled a Hogwarts and separated all the kids into "houses" by color. She floated between the theatre nerds, band nerds, school newspaper nerds, and even danced and ran track. Between wearing a back brace in 9th and 10th grade to getting a watermelon thrown at her lawn because of a love triangle gone wrong, Jamie overcame a lot and we're thankful she unpacked it here!


Listen to Jamie's podcasts "The Bechdel Cast", "My Year in Mensa", and "Goes to Church". Pre-order her book "Raw Dog":

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Knock Knock! If you want the Guidance Counselor (Greta) to give you advice from your high school past, email [email protected] with the subject line "Classmate's Corner" with a brief description of what you want to get off your chest from your youth! Who knows, maybe Greta and her next guest will read your submission and offer some sound guidance...   


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