Loitering, the occasional but lovable traveling mini pod, is a personal experimental podcast I launched in 2017. The original premise of the podcast was to capture the influence of space on our lives — whether physical, virtual or emotional — through engaging, off the cuff audio interviews. I originally launched the podcast through the now shuttered app Bumpers.fm (RIP), which was geared toward mobile audio editing. After Bumpers shut down, I momentarily experimented with producing it on Anchor before migrating to Substack. Loitering’s current life form is now an email newsletter and podcast.
Here is a direct link to Loitering on Substack, with the most recent episodes up top.
Where I interview guests often plays a role in the concept (loitering by the river, loitering on the couch, loitering in the library, etc.), although during shelter-in-place during the COVID-19 pandemic, many episodes were of course on Zoom.
If you’re interested in following my work, hope you’ll subscribe. 🙂 The cover art for Loitering is a picture I took from Jinja, at the source of the Nile River in Uganda.