A podcast to celebrate GenXers at midlife, with humor, heart, and a really good beat. In each episode, writer Nancy Davis Kho of MidlifeMixtape.com interviews fellow GenXers and icons of Generation X about how they're thriving in the years between being hip and breaking one. From discussing the first concert each guest ever saw, to what’s easier and harder than they expected at midlife, to what piece of advice they'd give their younger selves, the conversations will inspire, entertain, and maybe even make you feel stoked to be caught in the middle.
About the Host
Host Name: Nancy Davis Kho
Nancy Davis Kho is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in the Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle, US Magazine, The Rumpus, The Toast, and on NPR affiliate KQED. Her writing has appeared in anthologies including Listen to Your Mother: What She Said Then, What We’re Saying Now (edited by Ann Imig, Putnam, 2015). BlogHer selected her as a 2014 “Voice of the Year” in the humor category, and MidlifeMixtape.com was voted a Top NorCal Mom Blog in 2013 and a Top Parents of Teens Blog in 2012 by CircleofMoms.com. She is also Oakland’s inaugural Literary Death Match champ, and emcees and participates in live reading series around the Bay including Litquake, The Basement Series, and the Racket Series.
A graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (BS, economics), and the Thunderbird School of Global Management (MIM, international management), Nancy is a former high-tech product marketer, as well as a past instructor in UC Berkeley Extension’s “Specialized Writing” program, where she taught a class in PR writing.
A native of Rochester, New York, she lives with her husband and two daughters in Oakland, California.
My show is distributed on all major podcast platforms including iTunes, Stitcher, Player.FM, Spotify , and more. I can leverage my social network channels for further promotion, including 2 tweets on the @midlifemixtape Twitter account (2,250 followers,) 1 on the Midlife Mixtape FB page (1,400 fans) and a mention in my weekly newsletter (500 subscribers.)
Parenting, humor, self-help, 80s music, MTV, midlife, career, live music