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Life & Anth
Looking for a short, thought-provoking podcast for your ride to work? Check out our latest in-house podcast, Life & Anth with Zoomcatchers vet, Lily Forrester. Utilizing her expertise in Anthropology, Lily weaves complex anthropology webs in 15 minutes, engaging with domestic stories people care about. Check out the first episode, “A Tale of Two Wellesleys”, on YouTube and Spotify!
Introducing Madison Sajous!
Winner of the 2022 ScienceQuest Literary Writing Competition
Madison Sajous is 15 years old and a sophomore in high school. She lives with her family in New Jersey. Her hobbies include reading, writing, playing tennis, watching movies, and entertaining her family with her humor. She also enjoys traveling, cats, interesting quotes, Seinfeld, and all things Disney. Madi's interest in writing began in the eighth grade with a creative writing assignment about a monster and an unfortunate protagonist. Since then, she has been writing short stories in her spare time and was fortunate to be selected as a winner of Zoomcatcher's Science Quest literary writing contest. Madi looks to continue her writing in the future as she aspires to be a screenwriter, with her favorite genres being fantasy and science fiction.
Read her story here!
Watch her interview here!
Zoomcatchers Launches a New Podcast on Aging
You know what we say at Zoomcatchers, we're never too young to think about aging!
Join us this season for a special podcast series on aging, where we will discuss with industry experts, caregivers, and other professionals, the science & art of aging, elder care legislative issues, medicare fraud, caregiving, artificial wisdom & technology, and more! We are all stakeholders in this issue! Will it be the Golden Years or the Silver Tsunami? Tune in and find out!
Our guests include Leza Coleman, long-time elder care advocate and Legislative Director with the California Commission on Aging, and Dr. Dilip Jeste, former Senior Associate Dean for Healthy Aging and Senior Care and Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Neurosciences at the University of California San Diego.
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Keep an Eye Out!
We want to thank everyone who supported and participated in the NextGen Science Literary Writing Competition 2022! Do to its popularity, we are launching a new writing competition!
Hello all you crimes and mysteries buffs: Bring your A Game and your Ace Detectives to our submissions page and check out the details:
Zoomcatchers NextGen Crimes & Mysteries Writing Competition is officially underway and we are so pleased to announce this new writing competition.
We are looking for your best crimes and mysteries stories for 2023!
We welcome submissions in the crimes and mysteries genre.
Police Procedural Stories