Jason Gots is a New York-based writer, editor, and podcast producer. For Big Think, he writes (and sometimes illustrates) the blog "Overthinking Everything with Jason Gots" and is the creator and host of the "Think Again" podcast. In previous lives, Jason worked at Random House Children's Books, taught reading and writing to middle schoolers and community college students, co-founded a theatre company (Rorschach, in Washington, D.C.), and wrote roughly two dozen picture books for kids learning English in Seoul, South Korea. He is also the proud father of an incredibly talkative and crafty little kid.
On this week's episode of Think Again - a Big Think Podcast, Krista Tippett, host of the radio show and podcast On Being, and host Jason Gots discuss the things that are most difficult and most necessary to talk...
On this week's episode of Think Again - a Big Think Podcast, Ethan Hawke and host Jason Gots discuss fatherhood, perpetual warfare, and the daily struggle between light and dark within every person.
Revenge, Hallucinogens, and a spontaneous William Blake Smackdown
Subscribe on Google Play, Stitcher, or iTunes Come talk to us on Twitter: @bigthinkagain In this episode: Why do so many of us choose to remain in a state of "sedentary agitation" about...
Tony, Emmy, and Golden-Globe award winning actress and author Mary-Louise Parker on Think Again - a Big Think Podcast, discussing parenthood, Bob Marley, and the limits of empathy.
On this week's episode of Think Again, poet/rapper/novelist Kate Tempest talks passionately about art and the human heart in our "tragic and troubling times".
Subscribe on Google Play, Stitcher, or iTunes Come talk to us on Twitter: @bigthinkagain In this episode: Fear, says National Book Award winner and New York Times bestselling author James McBride,...
On this week's episode of Think Again, comedian Chris Gethard talks about authenticity and the hunger for small communities in the age of Big Internet.
Douglas Rushkoff's new book Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus is a refreshingly practical progressive how-to amid the rhetorical excesses of this election year.
The apple of American politics never falls too far from the tree.