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Welcome. Hi, I’m Katie Morell. I’m a creative and writer based in the San Francisco Bay area.
And I’m Karen Hawkins. I am the founder of Rebellious Magazine for Women and coeditor in chief of the Chicago Reader.
You are listening to Of Course I’m Not OK: An Audio Project. Join us as we talk about mental health, coping with quarantine, and what conversations we wish the world was having and isn’t.
For some of our episodes, we’ll chat with writers and creatives to get their take. Thank you for joining us on this journey.