Everyone has a story. What's yours?

Writing Class Radio is a podcast of a writing class.  If you love stories and get inspired by hearing other people tell their stories and want to learn a little bit about how to write your own stories, then this podcast is for you.

There's no better way to understand ourselves and each other than by writing and telling our stories.

We invite you into our writing class.  We couldn't live without it!  

 
 

MEET THE TEAM

 
Andrea askowitz, teacher + producer

Andrea askowitzteacher + producer

Andrea created Lip Service: True Stories Out Loud, a John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Arts Challenge award-winning show. For nine years Lip Service has been playing to audiences 600 strong. Andrea's stories have appeared in The New York Times, AEON, Salon and have aired on PBS and NPR. She's the author of My Miserable, Lonely, Lesbian Pregnancy and editor of Badass. She's our teacher and host.  

Misha Mehrel, Producer

Misha Mehrel, Producer

 
ALLISON LANGER,  student + PRODUCER

ALLISON LANGER student + PRODUCER

Allison has been running a successful photography business for 20 years. She taught Photography and Entrepreneurship at a private high school. She is a University of Miami MBA.  She's a student in the class and host


 
 

Misha is a film editor musician, photographer, and kids soccer coach living in Miami with a cat named Xanax.

Diego Saldana-rojas,  PRODUCER

Diego Saldana-rojas,  PRODUCER

Diego is a bilingual multi-media journalist and independent audio producer. He graduated from the FIU School of Communications and is currently being driven crazy by two beautiful women trying to create the best podcast ever!


 
 
virginia lora, PRODUCER

virginia lora, PRODUCER

Virginia was born in Peru and raised in Miami. She's a bilingual radio producer with a passion for storytelling and social justice. She conducted intake interviews with kids in immigration detention, traveled all over the U.S. collecting oral histories with StoryCorps, and did community outreach for a homeless shelter. Eventually she found radio, trained at Transom, and came home to Miami.