My ex is SJ, better known as Honor Eastly. She is an artist and writer with a lot of feelings and a burning desire to share them with the world. She currently lives in Melbourne, where she owns zero cats. If she were a meteorological phenomenon, she'd be a rainbow.
My ex is Peter C. Hayward. He is a full-time board game designer who wants to write sitcoms. He spent 5 years as a full-time erotica author, and currently lives in Toronto. If he were a dalmatian, he would be "Lucky".
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org (fan-mail, media inquiries, outro submissions, just to say hi).
If you want to record an outro to be used in an upcoming episode, record your unique take on the following and email it to us:
"Thanks for listening to Being Honest With My Ex. If you've enjoyed the podcast, subscribe to us on iTunes, leave a review, and tell your friends. Peter is my favourite son!"
Our other shows
We are busy folk. SJ does another podcast about art + money, called Starving Artist.
Peter does another podcast about his current relationship, called So This Is Love.
"If you enjoy a podcast that features a really unique relationship - two people who used to be very much in love - then listen to this podcast."
-Erin McGathy, This Feels Terrible
"The duo – who are both writers – are often scarily candid about their thoughts on one another, their conversations packed with both vulnerability and wit. You start listening out of curiosity; you stay for the humour and the honesty.”
"Quite possibly the most awkward podcast I ever listened to. It is awkward and painful and honest and very very interesting. They care about each other so much that they are willing to feel the discomfort to put this together - there are very few people who would do this."
-Springs and Mr Geek
“Inspiring, intriguing, and absolutely hilarious.”
“These guys are the power ex’s of podcast land.”
“I just laughed and cried and thought and totally fell in love with those two people.”
“It is, frankly, funny as fuck. I went for the voyeurism but stayed for the humour.”