Episode 81: Far Out, That Looks So Beautiful (Feat. Mia Mercado & Riley Taylor)
Toot toot! The couples train heads to its final destination with Mia Mercado and Riley Taylor. Apologies to all antipodeans, in this episode we debate what it takes to make a stunning cake and reveal the Venus de Milo's secrets. Riley imagines Jon Hamm as a Pokemon. Mia promotes fondant. David wants to be in a space boat. Foster tries universal healthcare. Enjoy. #FordVfondantRevealSubscribe on your pod-catcher of choice so you never miss an episode! Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and let us know what you think, it really helps us out.Check us out on the web and listen to our back catalog: audioobscurapod.comSocial Media:FacebookTwitterInstagramIf you have any feedback or your own suggestion of a unique piece of audio that you’d like to see included in a future episode, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode of The Antidote for The Belladonna Comedy, host Rosanna Stevens interviews humorist and satirist Mia Mercado, introduces a new segment, and features a bonus interview with comedian and actor Nina Oyama.Mia Mercado: https://www.miamercado.com/Twitter: www.twitter.com/miamarket Briana Haynie: http://www.brianahaynie.com/Twitter: www.twitter.com/BriHaynieNina Oyama: www.instagram.com/nina.oyamaTwitter: www.twitter.com/ninaoyamaLibby Marshall: www.libby-marshall.comTwitter: www.twitter.com/LibraryMarshallWhen I Married My Husband, I Also Married His Jars of Hair: https://thebelladonnacomedy.com/when-i-married-my-husband-i-also-married-his-jars-of-hair-42e9df203a6bThe music for Libby’s piece was provided by Mixaund: https://www.free-stock-music.com/artist.mixaund.html
Episode 41: I'm Just A Journalist (Feat. Mia Mercado)
Grab your slotted spoons, Obscurist Foster pulls out the big guns in this challenging audio mystery. We're joined by hilarious humor writer Mia Mercado for one of the weirdest audio sources we've ever had. It's whales on whales as we learn how to cook. David's notes resort to random sounds and Nazgul. Mia gives us a lesson on sounding old and teaches us how journalism is riddled with mob bosses and robot chefs. Foster critiques the Monty Python and the Holy Grail bridge riddler as 'gross'. Enjoy. #DietBladeRunnerRevealSubscribe on your pod-catcher of choice! Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and let us know what you think, it really helps us out.Follow @audioobscurapod on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to keep up with the latest and interact with us!If you have any feedback or your own suggestion of a unique piece of audio that you’d like to see included in a future episode, drop us a line at email@example.com.
Mia Mercado is a humor writer based in Kansas City. Her work has been featured in places like The New Yorker, the New York Times, Washington Posts’s The Lily, New York Magazine’s The Cut, Bustle, McSweeney’s, and Hallmark Cards. Her debut collection of funny non-fiction essays Weird but Normal explores the contradictions of being a person, sharing the awkward, uncomfortable, surprisingly ordinary parts of life. Weird but Normal comes out with HarperOne on May, 19, 2020. Order Mia's book "Weird But Normal": https://miamercado.com/book Mia's website: www.miamercado.com Mia's Twitter: www.twitter.com/miamarket Mia's Instagram: www.instagram.com/mia.market --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bravemaker/support
This episode of Talkward welcomes humor writer and delightful Midwesterner Mia Mercado! Mia writes regularly for The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, The Belladonna and Weekly Humorist. During our chat she gives an exclusive announcement about her new book deal, her writing process habits – one of which includes being in a cafe, wearing headphones, listening to ambient sounds of…a cafe and more! Read all of her work at miamercado.com and follow her on twitter @miamarket