#18 Bonus: The Holidays

24Dec

A holiday message from The Lonely Hour, plus, some writers try to define loneliness.

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#17 The Expat

8Dec

Reid Whitten, an international trade lawyer, willingly moved to his firm’s Brussels office. Three years later, expat life has turned out to be lonelier than he anticipated.

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#16 The Leaver

23Nov

Writer Samantha Siva discusses the breakup of her marriage, and the loneliness of having been the breaker.

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#15 The Spanking Fetishist

9Nov

Sex with Shakespeare author Jillian Keenan struggled with understanding her spanking fetish—and so did those around her.

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#14 The (Lonely Hour) Host

26Oct

Our host Julia Bainbridge attempts to answer why she's doing this podcast, and shares what's in store for season two.

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#13 Essay Episode: A Hoodie Is a Haven

12Oct

For writer Charlotte Druckman, wearing a hood lets people know she’d like to be left alone.

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#12 Essay Episode: Lonely Our

3Oct

Writer and activist Stephen Satterfield reads his Lonely Hour poem, called “Lonely Our.”

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#11 Essay Episode: On the Fence

14Sep

Writing professor Rachel Mennies considers the particular breed of loneliness found on Carnegie Mellon's campus.

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#10 Essay Episode: I’m Never Alone Anymore, and I Miss It

31Aug

Former New York Times 'Frugal Traveler' Matt Gross finds himself alone (in Istanbul) for the first time in years.

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#09 Essay Episode: I’m Not Lonely, But I’m Not Bragging

17Aug

In the first of our five essay episodes, a pre-season two mini-series, Jamie Feldmar wonders if her lack of loneliness means something might be wrong with her.

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