Heather Ordover is an author, editor, speaker, podcaster, teacher, designer, knitter, mother, spinner, wife, Zentangler, reader, and gluten-free cook—not necessarily in that order. She lives in Eastern Pennsylvania with her bemused husband, her two goofy sons, a bunch of yarn, and her ever-expanding piles of office and craft supplies.
She spends a lot of her free time complaining about mosquitoes and stink bugs.

…but if you listen to CraftLit, none of that will surprise you in the least.

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On Serial

This originally appeared on the CraftLit podcast at CraftLit.com

You can find Serial here, Startup here, the adorable video with Ira Glass and Mary here, The Spinal Column Radio Podcast (now podfaded) here, Today in iOS here, Knitmore Girls here, Elsie’s Yoga Kula here, Chop Bard here, and CraftLit here.


You can contact Apple iTunes here and Stitcher Radio here.
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Things are Cooking

I have a book coming out!

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Flipping Since Before It Was Hip

Teachers have been using CraftLit®, Just-the-Books, and Chop Bard podcasts to help them Flip Teach since before there was a term for it.

TED-ed’s site has created a great way for teachers to build their own flips (and were I still in the classroom I would be utilizing my entire summer to build flips with their video vault). But what if you don’t have time?

With podcasts you run the risk of “you get what you pay for”—there’s zero quality control, the hosts are often untrained in speaking and may or may not have professional-grade recording equipment. If you’re an early adopter of a show you’re likely to listen to quite a bit of talk about the process of podcasting as well as getting the content for which you’re looking.

How do I know?
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Could Not Have Said It Better!

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