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.

An UnFictional Christmas Special

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

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