With television on the wane and binge watching changing our episodic relationship to programming, where are we to get our daily doses of other people’s lives? Look no further than your status feed.
Nate Waggoner's writing has appeared on SFWeekly.com, thefanzine.com, and in Sparkle & Blink. He has read at KQED’s New Kids on the Block Litcrawl event, Quiet Lightning, Bang Out, 851, and Write Club SF. He and his ex-girlfriend host a podcast called “Invitation to Love,” which is available on iTunes. He is the author of a comic book called "A Lifetime of Free Haircuts." He is an MFA candidate in Fiction at San Francisco State University.
Nate Waggoner's Latest Posts
KQED Pop caught up with Lizzie and Wendy Molyneux, sisters who write for the hit show Bob’s Burgers. They talk about their favorite jokes and their writing process, but mostly about how much they love each other.
Why does “Weird Al” Yankovic endure while every other cultural icon from the ’80s has died or gone out of style?
WFMU’s The Best Show is ending. I spoke to some of the show’s notable callers about what that means and why we’re sad about it.
Pictures and stories from Lebowski Fests in San Francisco and Daly City.
Sometimes (most times) trips that turn out in ways you didn’t expect (disasters) teach you things.
Tusk is the kind of work musicians today hardly ever produce: a huge, sprawling album that shows a band simultaneously at the peak of their talent but also at the point when they clearly can’t be a band for very much longer.
How one movie from 1998 has spawned a movement.
Does wearing your jeans wet make you more authentic?
Even though Breaking Bad hasn’t ended yet, pretty much everyone agrees that it’s one of the great TV shows of our time. After last night’s episode, that’s basically guaranteed.
Sometimes it can’t be helped: you just have to go visit your hometown for a little bit. These songs will make it easier.