Hello, this is producer Nowah writing you.
Last Sunday night, Jason spoke with Taylor from Denver. It was my favorite “episode” of Jason Sims Is Calling You that we’ve done to date. Two of the most thoughtful people I know having a genuinely funny and poignant conversation. The phone call did not record. It is lost for good. There will be no new episode this week. I am a big baby so this stings as a major failure on my part as producer of this “program.”
In addition, if you know Jason or me at all you know that we are working on a multitude of other projects in our day job lives right now that make it hard for us to schedule with the potential guests who get back to us (1 in 5). We have decided that it will be better for the quality of all of these things if we try out going bi-weekly for a while.
We’re hoping the next call will drop on March 10, but if our regroup needs to last until the 17th or beyond, so be it. Remember that if you want to be a part of the proceedings, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Wednesday and Thursday nights work best, historically.
Until then, Jason will talk to you over on Jason Sims Puts You In Your Place. Nowah will talk to you over at Nowah Jacobs’s Can-Do Attitude. You can get to know lost guest Taylor on Twitter or her life-affirming podcast These Things Matter.
We’re taking a quick breather this week. We’ll talk to you again in March. In the meantime, if you’d like to sign up to talk to Jason, let us know! and remember that Jason has another thing called Jason Sims Puts You In Your Place, and Nowah has another thing called Nowah Jacobs’s Can-Do Attitude.
Bryce is a native Ohioan illustrator who now lives in Iowa.
Patricia is a mother from nearby Cullman, Alabama.
One year ago today, Jason Tweeted the Tweet that led to the creation of this project.
An experiment: If you live in the continental U.S. & DM me your number in the next 15 minutes or so, I will probably call you.— Jason Sims (@jason_sims) February 4, 2012
Larry works for the Mississippi Arts Commission.
Lisa is a middleman from south Jersey. Steve is an urban planner from Portland.
Hope is a student from Tennessee.