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Snap Judgment tells intriguing stories about extraordinary and defining events in people’s lives. The program’s raw, intimate, and musical brand of storytelling dares listeners to see a sliver of the world through another’s eye.

Snap #625 - Rose Colored Glasses

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It's an all-NEW Snap, "Rose Colored Glasses." Some people go through life with a smile on their faces...do they know something we don't?


Above The Rim

Glynn was almost a globetrotter….almost.

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller

Low Blow

Rodney Hyden was a hardworking family man. He liked to end his week surrounded by good friends, a bonfire, and an old fella by the name of Julian who liked to spin a tall tale involving buried cocaine off the shores of Puerto Rico. But it was just a story, right?

The story was created as part of a collaboration between Snap Judgment and GQ magazine. It was produced by Nancy López along with Daniel Riley, who first reported Rodney’s story, The Great Cocaine Treasure Hunt, for GQ.

Producer: Nancy Lopez
Sound Design: Leon Morimoto

The Pinetar Game

Every baseball fan has heard of the superstar hitter George Brett and his infamous Pine Tar Game…but have you heard of the bat boy’s version?

For more info, check out Daniel Barbarisi’s story in the Wall Street Journal.

Producer: Davey Kim
Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio

Sleeping Girl

What if you could live forever--but you had to be asleep the whole time? Would you want to live your life… in a dream?

This story was commissioned by Serendipity, an audio fiction podcast produced by Ann Heppermann and Martin Johnson from Sarah Lawrence College. "Sleeping Girl" was inspired by The Sarah Awards' Very, Very, Short Short Stories Contest. Learn more at thesarahawards.com. There you can listen to inspiring works, learn how to take part in the audio fiction revolution.

Katie Mingle
Eliza Smith

Producer: Eliza Smith
Sound Design: Leon Morimoto

Snap #624 - Brass Ring

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On an all­ new Snap..."Brass Ring." No matter how many times you go around the carousel, you still reach for the prize.


Silver Mine

W.C. Jameson has searched for a recovered buried treasure across the world. But on a search in Arizona, he found something he never expected. Find out more about W.C. Jameson’s work and adventures at http://www.wcjameson.com/

Producer: Anna Sussman


Number One Boy

In Brooklyn before it was hip, back in the days when Williamsburg was still rough and the mob ran Red Hook, this is where Lou Diaz learned how to hustle as a young boy. It was on these same streets that this hustle would be particularly handy in a totally different way than he ever expected.

Producer: Julia Dewitt


Joyce Lee - Dropping The Ball - Snap LIVE! in SF

Snap Judgment Favorite Joyce Lee remembers a student from her teaching days that reminds her that sometimes.... the easy way out is not the best way.

Performed at Snap Judgment Live! at the Nourse Theater in San Francisco

Snap #313 - Circus Circus

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Step right up, sneak under the Big Top, and put your head directly into the lion's gaping jaws. This week, Snap Judgment proudly presents the greatest show in the land, "Circus, Circus."


Real Boy

Snap Judgment explores the origin of Glynn's VERY large nose . . .

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller


Circus Soviet

The collapse of the soviet union left thousands of elite circus performers out of a job, so where else would they go, but Vegas? Find out more about the Russian circus preformers in Vegas on Kim Palchikoff’s blog, http://rbth.ru/blogs/circus.

Producer: Anna Sussman


Razzle Dazzle

Doc is an old time carnival grifter.  He breaks down a con called "The Razzle" and one of his biggest scores ever.

Producer: Jamie DeWolf and Renzo Gorrio



When one boy runs away with the carnival, every kid's dream turns into one man’s nightmare.

Producer: Julia DeWitt


Big Mary

When a circus elephant terrifies a small town in Tennessee in 1916, the town wants revenge.

Producer: Glynn Washington and Anna Sussman


No Talent Circus

The notorious showman Chicken John creates a travelling circus that has only one rule: you can’t have any talent to perform. Designed to fail, instead they face a new foe: success. Hear more of Chicken John’s misadventures including running for Mayor of San Francisco and building boats out of trash at www.chickenjohn.com .

Producer: Jamie DeWolf
Sound Design by Mark Ristich

Snap #623 - Man On A Mission

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An all-NEW Snap Judgment... "Man on a Mission." Lead, follow or get out of the way. It's amazing stories that will not be denied.


Astro Boy

Glynn wants to make one small leap for Glynn, one giant leap for mankind.

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller


My Private Utopia

Dylan Evans had hit a wall. Life was becoming too routine, too mundane. So he did something very few of us would do to change that.

For more, check out Dylan Evan’s book: The Utopia Experiment

Producer: Nancy Lopez
Sound design: Pat Mesiti-Miller


To Catch A Terrorist

A young Iraqi man fought against the government that terrorized his family for his whole life. His tactics were controversial, but they were very effective. Check out Hamody Jasim’s book The Terrrorist Whisperer.

Producer: Anna Sussman
Sound Design: Leon Morimoto



When Snap Judgment producer Davey Kim was in 9th grade, he was the lead guitarist of a screamo emo band...but he almost wasn’t.

Producer and Sound Design: Davey Kim

Snap #516 - Striker

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Ice up, son. On the next Snap Judgment it's about to get all black and blue. From PRX and NPR, we proudly present..."Striker."

Brokedown boxing

Mark Sayer knew that he if was going to prove himself as a Thai Boxer, he’d have to fight in Thailand. Where in Thailand? That was another matter. For more on Mark’s journey, check out Matt Shaer’s article in Men’s Journal.

Producer: Joe Rosenberg
Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio


The Legend of Steve Davies

In one of soccer’s most legendary fairy tales, manager Harry Redknapp once plucked a hardcore fan from the crowd and put him to the test for West Ham United. What happens next made the fan a legend. For more on the Legend of Steve Davies, check out Jeff Maysh’s story in Howler Magazine.

Producer: Davey Kim
Sound Design: Davey Kim and Leon Morimoto


The Knockout Artist

George Garrett is a young man in the Sixties making his way through the world of the California Youth Authority with his two fists of fury, his wits, and a secret.

Producer: Mark Ristich
Sound Design: Pat Mesiti-Miller

Snap #622 - Unspoken

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It's an all-NEW Snap ..."Unspoken." You spend your life looking for exactly the right words, but sometimes the perfect words are no words at all.

The Silent Treatment

Glynn knows the sounds of silence all too well.

Producer: Pat Mesiti Miller


Prison Librarian

When Avi Steinberg became a prison librarian, he thought his job would be to keep track of the books.  Then he started reading between the lines.

To learn more about Avi’s time behind bars -- and between the stacks -- be sure to check out his memoir, Running The Books.  His latest book, The Lost Book of Mormon, which was nominated for the Thurber Prize for American Humor, will be out in paperback in November.

Producer: Joe Rosenberg



Ellie was living the American dream. But one bite took it all away….
You can find out more of Ellie’s story and work here.

Producer: Davey Kim
Sound Design: Leon Morimoto


Shannon Cason - Miracle Baby - Snap Live! in SF

Listen to one man’s story of how he got everyone he wanted only to lose everything that mattered.
Shannon Cason performs for Snap Judgment LIVE at San Francisco's Nourse Theater.  Subscribe to Shannon's podcast, Homemade Stories.

Original score composed by Alex Mandel and performed by Alex and the Snap playaz David Brandt & Tim Frick


Snap #511 - Legendary

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You've heard of them. They don't talk about themselves because everyone else does. They walk among us. On the next Snap Judgment, from PRX and NPR, "Legendary."


06 Female

In 2006, a wolf was born in Yellowstone who would become a legend in her own time. For more about the 06 Female and the debate surrounding wolves in Yellowstone, be sure to check out Jeff Hull's article in Outside Magazine and Nate Rott's special report for NPR.

Producer: Joe Rosenberg


King Tiger

In 1967, one man in New Mexico sought justice in the most unlikely way, turning him into a fugitive. Some called him a bandit, others a hero.

Producer: Nancy Lopez


Colin From Marketing

It’s hard to work in an office where nobody cares. But it’s even harder to pretend you do.

A version of this story originally appeared in The Billfold. Michael Hobbes is on Twitter and has a blog.

Producer: Joe Rosenberg

Sound Design: Pat Mesiti-Miller

Snap #621 - Crash And Burn

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On an all-NEW Snap..."Crash And Burn." Riveting stories about people pushing the limits. Snap Judgment, storytelling with a beat.

Lake Chronicopia

Dale Bard was a young rock climber in Yosemite in the 1970s. Back then, rock climbing was an obscure passion, endeavored by only the most daring and intrepid young adventurers. But these young adventurers needed a way to eat and buy meager supplies, and they came across the most unbelievable cash cow you’ve ever heard of.

Producer: Julia Dewitt and Anna Sussman


Lucky 8-Ball

Every week, without fail, Jupiter Diego and his wife would go to couples therapy and then treat themselves to a nice dinner out. But on this particular evening things didn’t go exactly as planned.

This story was adapted from Whit Missildine’s podcast This Is Actually Happening, featuring stories about what happens when everything changes. You can listen to episodes on their website or subscribe to their podcast on iTunes.

For more, check out Jupiter’s website: http://www.jupiterdiego.com/

Producer: Whit Missildine


Trading Places

When Jared Dillian was 23, working for the coast guard, scanning the sea’s horizon he had his sights set on only one thing: getting to Wall Street and becoming a stud trader. What he didn’t know was how much it would cost him.

To learn about Jared’s other exploits on Wall Street make sure to pick up a copy of his book - Street Freak: Money and Madness at Lehman Brothers. You can also check out his financial newsletter, The Daily Dirtnap - http://www.dailydirtnap.com/

Producer: Nancy López
Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio

Snap #517 - Grand Illusion

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We think we've seen it all before, but what if we wake up and discover...that we're living in someone else's game? From NPR and PRX, Snap Judgment proudly presents "The Grand Illusion."

River Crossing

For his final rite of passage, Glynn must cross the uncrossable.

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller



Mark Forgy was an All American boy from the midwest backpacking through Europe, when a chance meeting with a total stranger changed his life forever.
To find out more about Mark’s story, be sure to pick up a copy of his memoir, and check out his website.   
Elmyr de Hory’s artwork can also be seen as part of an exhibit, Intent To Deceive , that’s currently touring the East Coast.  

Producer: Joe Rosenberg


Queen of the Night

All Florence Foster Jenkins ever wanted was to be a professional musician. But her father would not have his little lady pursuing those kinds of dreams. So Florence took off on her own.But no amount of training could prepare Florence or her audience for what would happen next.

Producers: Julia Dewitt and Joe Rosenberg



At some point the jig is always up, and it’s often up when you least expect it.

Producer:Julia DeWitt

Snap #620 - Breakout

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It's all-NEW Snap! Storytellers Don Reed, Dhaya Lakshminarayan, and James Judd perform live in San Francisco for the "Breakout Special." Music composed by Alex Mandel Performed by Alex Mandel and Snap Judgment Players Tim Frick and David Brandt

Glynn Washington - Back of the Bus

Who do you sit next to when no one wants you?

Performed by Glynn Washington live in SF
Music composed by Alex Mandel
Snap Judgment Players: Alex Mandel, David Brandt and Tim Frick


Don Reed - The Kipling Hotel

A young, penniless student arrives at UCLA with no place to stay and is forced to improvise.

Performed by Don Reed live in SF
Music composed by Alex Mandel
Snap Judgment Players: Alex Mandel, David Brandt and Tim Frick


Dhaya Lakshminarayanan - Chasing Bubba

Political wonk Dhaya is hot on Bubba's trail and she will not be denied.

Performed by Dhaya Lakshminarayanan live in SF
Music composed by Alex Mandel
Snap Judgment Players: Alex Mandel, David Brandt and Tim Frick


James Judd - Madame Riding Crop's House of Licoline

What's better than The Great Wall of China?

Performed by James Judd live in SF
Music composed by Alex Mandel
Snap Judgment Players: Alex Mandel, David Brandt and Tim Frick


Snap #619 - Sex, Lies, and Audiotape

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It's an all-NEW Snap..."Sex, Lies, and Audiotape." We think that nobody knows... that there is a difference between private us and public us. Not likely.

Color Inside The Lines

Glynn learns a little about human nature when he tries to introduce some racial diversity into his dating circle.

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller


Wait Until Dark

Adam Linn went to the Louisiana Center for the Blind in search of life skills, but what he got was so much more…

This story was first performed live at Yum's The Word [http://www.yumsthewordshow.com] in NYC. You can see more of Adam’s work at http://www.adamlinn.com

Producer: Anna Sussman and Ana Adlerstein
Sound designer: Renzo Gorio


With All The Bright Lights On

So what happens when the machines start turning on you… but you’re half machine yourself? We’ve got the answers in a radio play adapted from Delaney Nolan’s original fiction story, With all the bright lights on. For more of Delaney’s work, visit www.delaneynolan.com/

And don’t forget our amazing actors:
Man: Josh Lebowitz
Voicebox: Sam Fischmann
Mom: Ann Swanberg
TV Reporter: Avery Trufelman
And the Snap family players: Jazmin Aguilera, Pat Mesiti-Miller, Nancy Lopez, Davey Kim, Eliza Smith, and Mark Ristich.

Producer: Eliza Smith
Sound Design: Pat Mesiti-Miller



A Stitch In Time

Arminda Palacios was the seamstress for the swanky Hotel Bauen in Buenos Aires, Argentina for twenty years. But when the financial crisis hit and she lost her job, Arminda took matters into her own hands.

Producer: Ana Adlerstein and Nancy Lopez
Original Score and Sound Design: Leon Morimoto

Additional Tango Music courtesy of Pianist Mark Wyman
Song: Hotel Victoria   compsed by Feliciano Latasa

Snap #618 - Campfire Tales II

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On the next Snap..."Campfire Tales II." Last year Snap dropped the scariest stories right in your lap just in time for vacation, and this year...it's baaaaaack.

Gather Round

The Unicorn Prince

When Ken’s crazy neighbors go into foreclosure, he starts eyeing their 10-acre farmstead. Everyone tells him it’s cursed, but of course, Ken doesn’t believe in those silly things. Until mysterious events start engulfing his family . . .

Thanks so much to Emile Klein for venturing into the haunted house to get this story. Check out his storytelling and art project, You’re U.S.

Producer: Stephanie Foo and Emile Klein


One Man's Bargain

Lee kept seeing things, hearing voices and noises late into the night.  As Lee’s mind slowly lost its grip on reality, a Chinese mystic (thousands of miles away) lent a helping hand.

Produced by Stephanie Foo


The Chinese Seer

Lee kept seeing things, hearing voices and noises late into the night.  As Lee’s mind slowly lost its grip on reality, a Chinese mystic (thousands of miles away) lent a helping hand.

Produced by Stephanie Foo


Mo Poltergeist Mo Problems

It’s not easy to scare a fifth degree black belt and professional martial arts instructor.  But it can be done...

Producer: Jamie Dewolf and Anna Sussman


Invisible Children

What happens when you spend your life savings on a dream house, and find out someone else’s family already lives there?  Explore the full story in Kathleen Mcconnell’s book, Don’t Call Them Ghosts.

Producer: Anna Sussman. Sound design by Renzo Gorrio.


Snap #617 - Tin Man

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On the next all-NEW Snap... "Tin Man." You can sound human. You can look human. But what happens when you take a real hard look inside and realize... you're missing something.

If I Only Had A Heart

The sum of the parts cannot equal the hole in your heart.

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller


The Scientist And The Psychopath

Neuroanatomist Dr. James Fallon studies the most dangerous kind of person: the psychopath. His job is to get up close and personal with the mind of the psychopath so that we can better understand what makes them tick. He treats their brains with the cold calculation of a scientist at work. But in the process things get mighty personal.

James Fallon, PhD is a neuroanatomist and geneticist at UC-Irvine. For more about his work and his own life, check out his book here: The Psychopath Inside: A Neuroscientist's Personal Journey into the Dark Side of the Brain: James Fallon.

Producer: Julia DeWitt
Sound Design: Leon Morimoto


About Face

You’ve heard the saying, right? You can’t see the forest for the trees. Well, imagine if your whole life all you could do, all you knew how to do, was see the trees, the details, the minutiae of the world. What would you miss out on. Let’s take a walk in Tom Conces’ shoes and find out.

Producer: Nancy López
Original score: Renzo Gorrio


Across The DMZ

What happens when you are reunited with your North Korean sister for the first time in over five decades?

This story comes to Snap Judgment by way of Mary Kim.

Voice Actors: Yongnam and Mikyung Kim
Producer and Sound Design: Davey Kim

Snap #616 - Quick Fix

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On an all-NEW Snap... "Quick Fix." Life can be messy, and there ain't always time to do things the right way.

Mouth Of The Dragon

When a small child is lost, it's up to Glynn to face the dragon.

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller


As The World Burns

What happens when the world around you starts to burn?

Performed live by Josh Healey at Snap Judgment LIVE! in San Francisco's Nourse Theater


A Little White Lie

Think your dating life is tough? Try being an Arab, Muslim man after 9/11 in New York City.

Be sure to check out out Ghazi’s most recent film, Peace After Marriage. You can also find him on twitter.

Producer: Anna Sussman, Shoshi Shmuluvitz and Joe Rosenberg
Sound: Leon Morimoto



Mortuary Assistant Required

The wanted ad said “Mortuary Assistant Required. Prior Experience An Advantage, But Not Essential.” No one bothered to apply, except for Simon...

Simon Winchester is a journalist and the author of 28 books, including The Professor and The Madman. Be sure to check out his next book, Pacific, about the modern life of the Pacific Ocean.

Producer: Joe Rosenberg

Snap #513 - Slippery Slope

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On the next Snap..."Slippery Slope." You figure you always know where the line is. You know how to stay on the right side of it, but it turns out... that's easier said than done.

Take The Money and Run

Leigh Sprague is a lawyer in Moscow working for an oligarch billionaire. He figures he can hold himself above his peers, make some money, and get out. Leigh soon finds out that there is no honor among thieves.

Learn more about Leigh at www.leighsprague.com.

Producer: Julia DeWitt and Mark Ristich
Sound Design: Leon Morimoto


The Fix Is In

Charles Farrell knew everything there was to know about the sport of boxing, but he still had a lot to learn about the business. 

Farrell is a musician, a former boxing manager and, most recently, a writer from Massachusetts.

For more on why he fixed fights, and for more great boxing stories, check out his on his article in Deadpsin Magazine.       

Producer: Joe Rosenberg


Homeless Romeo

Just because Keith Ford was homeless, didn’t mean he wasn’t popular with the ladies.

This is story was adapted from Kaitlin Prest’s show Audio Smut, which takes a refreshingly unflinching look at matters of sex and sexuality.  You can listen to episodes on their website or subscribe to their podcast on iTunes.  
Producer: Kaitlin Prest
Co-Producer: Joe Rosenberg
Sound Design: Davey Kim

Snap #615 - Caught Up

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It's an all-NEW Snap, "Caught up." You think you make your own decisions, go your own way, forge your own path, but you look up one day and realize... you're playing someone else's game.

Game Boy

Glynn is unsure of his future, so he decides to go for what he likes best: video games.

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller


Eye Of The Storm

What happens when 24 people shut themselves in a beer cooler to wait out one of the strongest tornadoes in recorded history? Take a listen, because they recorded it.

Check out the original article on the Joplin Beer Cooler from Luke Dittrich for Esquire magazine.

Producer: Anna Sussman and Eliza Smith with Luke Dittrich. Sound Design: Leon Morimoto


The Accidental Arms Dealer

A young massage therapist in Miami beach gets the business offer of a lifetime. So he shakes hands with the devil and hopes for the best. Read the whole story in Guy Lawson’s Arms and the Dudes at

Check out his Facebook and Twitter.
Check out David Packouz’s newest project, something much more peaceful, at http://mybeatbuddy.com/

Producer: Anna Sussman and Julia Dewitt in collaboration with Guy Lawson.


Snap #512 - The Guide

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On the next Snap... "The Guide." There is a time to go your own way, forge ahead on your own path, and then there are times when you can not go it alone. From NPR and PRX, we proudly present "Storytelling with a BEAT."


Glynn would fall off a mountain to please his sensei, but he can’t stay awake in class.

Sound Design: Pat Mesiti-Miller


Fill In The Blanks

Imagine waking up and knowing only one thing about your life: your twin brother.

Producer: Davey Kim
Sound Design: Davey Kim and Renzo Gorrio

Find out more from Alex and Marcus Lewis's book "Tell Me Who I Am."

Sasquatch Of Pumpkintown

Everyone in Pumpkintown is hunting for Sasquatch... except Ben Becker. He's the dude in the Bigfoot suit skulking through forests, striking terror and amazement in the hearts of tourists and locals alike.

This story originally came from Jeff Emtman's podcast Here Be Monsters.

Producer: Jeff Emtman

Replacement Mom

A young girl is faced with the overwhelming question: Could you ever replace your mom?

Special thanks to Ted Conover for his article that inspired this story.

Producer: Nancy López


Snap #614 - Godsend

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On an all-NEW Snap..."Godsend." You might have the wisdom of the ages, but when it really hits the fan, even you might need some help.

The Garbage Man
Glynn's first day at a new school is rough... until he meets a girl who knows how to take out the trash.

Producer: Pat Mesiti Miller

What Accent?
When Ellen Spencer was released from the hospital after a mysterious stroke-like episode her voice would never be the same again.

Producer: Julia DeWitt
Sound Design: Pat Mesiti-Miller

The Blue Bear

Lynn Schooler grew up in Alaska hearing rumor after rumor about the elusive blue bear. He never gave it much thought until a friend convinced him they go out searching for one. What Lynn ended up finding was, of course, something much different.

For more on Lynn Schooler’s work check out this website and his Facebook page.

Producer: Nancy Lopez
Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio and Davey Kim

With Great Power
What if a harmless little game you used to play in your living room, ended up giving you real magical powers, magical powers led to an irreversible and terrible chain of events?

Find more of Katie Lippa’s work on her website www.lippalogic.com.

Check out the life and work of Samantha Smith www.samanthasmith.info/

Producer: Nancy Lopez
Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio and Davey Kim

Snap #505 - The Pact

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Somebody makes a promise, somebody breaks a promise, and somebody's gonna pay . . . Snap Judgment proudly presents, "The Pact."

The Walkout

Smitten by an activist, Glynn finds out how far he is willing to go to prove his love.

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller


Playing For Your Life

For one young Colombian musician, keeping his kidnapping a secret was the difference between life and death.

Producer: Nancy Lopez and Jennifer Dunn


Angeli Symphony

What happens when one song changes the course of your life?

Producer: Jonathan Groubert with help from Mignon van Weeren

Sound Design: Pat Mesiti-Miller

This piece comes to Snap via the amazing podcast "The State We're In."  (Listen to the second movement from the Angeli Symphony. )


My Mother's Lover

What happens when your mother’s dying wish is to rest in peace with...someone you’ve never heard of before?

Check out an amazing version of this story from The Atavist.

Producer: Julia Dewitt

Snap #613 - Weight Of The World

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On an all-NEW Snap..."Weight Of The World." Everyone has a secret. Some secrets are heavier than others. Snap Judgment, storytelling with a BEAT...from PRX and NPR.

Out of Uniform

Glynn wants to join the boy scouts, but there is one thing in his way.

Producer: Pat Mesiti-Miller

Shot In The Dark

Growing up David Jackson knew one thing, that he would never be like his dad.


This story was adapted from Whit Missildine’s podcast This Is Actually Happening, featuring stories about what happens when everything changes. You can listen to episodes on their website or subscribe to their podcast on iTunes.

Producer: Whit Missildine
Co-producer: Nancy López
Sound Design: Renzo Gorrio

The Red Lantern

What drives a man across the middle of the frozen tundra?

Listen as Jeff Greenwald performs "The Red Lantern" for the event "That Actually Happened" at the Monkey House Theater in Berkeley, CA. For more info on writer Jeff Greenwald (and to purchase his books!) visit JeffGreenwald.com

The Recipients

Cynthia McCabe was checking through her email one last time before she went to bed when she noticed a strange email caught her attention. She opened it and started reading. “I’m an American ex-pat writer,” it said, “and this is my last day on Earth.”

Producer: Julia DeWitt

Sound Design: Leon Morimoto