There is quarantine, fear and confusion. But there is also a need for art, escape and distraction. A chance to feel calm and centered and with this episode of This Podcast Will Change Your Life, I offer you all of that, while also acknowledging that this is last podcast I recorded before COVID-19 was everywhere (and will certainly be the last for awhile, not the podcast itself, that won't ever stop, but there will never be another one recorded before all of this, and who truly knows how long COVID-19 will linger, in the air and our brains), and we still believed we could sit in public places, drink coffee and talk literature. We will again, though the pandemic will likely be part of our conversation for much of the foreseeable future. So, please do enjoy the conversation, the crowd noise and waiters, all the hustle and bustle that happens when we're privileged enough to be out in the world and not concerned with what that even means. Please also enjoy the Judith Krummeck, not to mention Old New Worlds, rescuing Sarah and women like her from obscurity, wanderlust, the push and pull, and why some people go and some do not, voice, writing because of immigration, creative nonfiction, writing a biographical memoir (if one is to be absolutely accurate), and the something that is being published. All that, be safe, please, we'll get through this, and do This Podcast Will Change Your Life, because it will most certainly do that.