“Perhaps the dirtiest, most insane, animal news related podcast ever created” would be an interesting quote for us to read about ourselves in a large publication like the New Yorker. Anytime you want an interview Hersh!
These are your hosts.
Currently teaching English in South Korea, Matt Butler is a college graduate, a ten sport athlete, and incredibly humble, as is obvious from this third person paragraph he is writing about himself. He appreciates interesting conversation, and will continue to news Animals for as long as he can.
If you’d like to read more by Matt, you can go to The Album Project, a music blog.
Also teaching English in South Korea, Kristin Ingram is the resident animal enthusiast. She has been actively pursuing animal news for years, and will undoubtedly continue to be a source of great ideas, like Animal News: The Podcast.
Featuring Jake Crabbs
Jake Crabbs is something of an enigma. He wears many hats, from theater critic to goldfish wrangler. He does not wear these hats in public, however, because they “make his ears look big.” Currently an English teacher and adventurer in the Far East, he’s smart enough, nice enough, and gosh darn it, people like him. Be careful, or you may end up on the point of the knife with him, though.
If you’d like to read more by Jake, he is currently writing Beer and Trembling a blog about Beer and Philosophy.