Cross-posted from lgbtSr.org.
As the year comes to an end, we wanted to say thank you to all the listeners who’ve made our weekly ‘Aged to Perfection’ podcast the most popular feature in the lgbtSr sphere. Since launching in June we have surpassed 18,000 listens, averaging over 700 for each show, and we have plenty of room to grow!
We’ve had so many terrific guests. To name just a few: longtime activist David Mixner, Tina Owen from Milwaukee’s Alliance School, humorist and prolific writer Eric Spitznagel, Wisconsin Gazette editor Louis Weisberg, Beloit College Professor Tom McBride, authors Trebor Healey, Tamra Orr, Betty Wong, and our own lively, dedicated lgbtSr contributors Judy Rickard, David Webb, Cathy McNease, and Stephanie Mott. The list is much longer and you can see all the shows and guests at the show page. You can listen to them, too!
Coming up in the new year we have Cindi Creager, from CreagerCole Communications (formerly of GLAAD and the NY LGBT Center), return guest Terri Clark from LGBT Elder Initiative, and Professor Michael Loman of Boston University. 2013 promises to be an even better year for ‘Aged to Perfection’ and for lgbtSr as we approach our two-year anniversary in April. That’s right, two years! (Look for some special promotions and an added firework or two when the time comes.)
Thanks again, we love doing the show and we love keeping it interesting for you. – Mark McNease/Rick Rose