Karen Duffin

Karen Duffin

Independent Producer

Karen is a public radio producer, writer, and storyteller based in New York. She has worked with shows and publications like The Moth Radio Hour, Radiolab, On the Media, UnFictional, Third Coast's Re:sound, The Rumpus, and others. She is a two-time Porchlight SF storytelling champ, Moth mainstage performer, and former editor at The Rumpus and at Cowbird, and is a graduate of the Transom documentary radio program.  


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Stories of men who have a need to build, are compelled to build, obsessed, and healed by the act of creation.

A Need to Build

Stories of men who have a need to build, are compelled to build, obsessed, and healed by the act of creation.

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On this special holiday episode of UnFictional we share past stories of gifts, god and awkward family visits.

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On this special holiday episode of UnFictional we share past stories of gifts, god and awkward family visits.

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