#17 - When the feeling stops, I’ll stop

Rachel, Dan, Nathan and Taylor welcome new Every lead writer Evan Armstrong—the new voice behind Napkin Math—to the podcast. Topics include: how a background as a Mormon missionary can prepare you to send a newsletter out to thousands of subscribers; the panelists' unique worries about their own publications; and what writers can learn from comments sections.

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