#16 - Specificity informs intimacy

Rachel, Nathan, and Taylor welcome Kieran O'Hare, an Every writer and editor whose recent Superorganizers profile of Dan Shipper took an entertaining, insightful, and unexpected look at the "Sultan" himself. Digging into Kieran's processes and perspective on chronicling productivity, the panel discusses the need for a more expansive understanding of the word, when the "outsider" perspective is useful, and how working with a collective makes writing a lot like music.

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