Podcasts and Interviews

Since dropping my pseudonymity in March, 2013, I've been lucky enough to be able to go on various podcasts and shoot my mouth off as some kind of quasi-authority on things. This blog's format doesn't offer many effective means of archiving my appearances on other sites, so this page will have to serve as a kind of directory of various podcasts and guest-hosting gigs.

Unfortunately, since this page will only publish once and should not reappear in your RSS feed (assuming anyone besides Will Leitch still uses them), anyone interested in listening to my dumb ass will have to click back periodically to see if any new podcasts have been added.


Sports on Earth - The Will Leitch Experience
 September 17, 2013 - Twitter, internet culture and sports fans vs. politics wonks
 November 26, 2013 - Thanksgiving and politics, sports and smoking with family

Progressive Boink - Scientific Podcast Goes Boink
 March 27, 2013 - Outing myself, my employment history, Barry Bonds, the Metallica video I worked on, online harassment and trying to redeem Florida
May 29, 2013 - How to build a house, Fast and Furious franchise, fluoride and sandwiches
November 25, 2013 - Callista Gingrich, Bloom County and returning to pro wrestling after years away

I Don't Even Own A Television
Carla Cassidy's Pregnesia
Bill O'Reilly's Those Who Trespass


Sports on Earth - The Will Leitch Experience
 February 10, 2014 - Deadspin Assignment Editor Tim Burke on the Olympics and clickbait 
 February 17, 2014 - Classical Founder and SB Nation Writer David J. Roth on the NBA All-Star Game, the Olympics, John Kruk's career advice, hot dogs and Catskills schtick
 February 24, 2014 - Gawker Writer Hamilton Nolan on workout culture and pro boxing
 April 25, 2014 - Yahoo's Puck Daddy Writer Ryan Lambert on the NHL Playoffs


March 13, 2014 - "Nancy Grace's Insane, Murder-Fueled Twitter Brilliance"

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