Vanishing Postcards

Publisher:
Evan Stern

Vanishing Postcards

5.0/5

Critic Rating

Vanishing Postcards is a documentary travelogue that invites listeners on a road trip exploring the hidden dives, traditions, and frequently threatened histories discovered by exiting the interstates. Named one of the Best Podcasts of 2022 by Digital Trends.


Critic Reviews

Score: 5

Keelin • Mentally? A Magpie. Jun 9, 2022

"...I'm absolutely hooked. These snippets of life and history coast through your ears and into your heart. This is effortless to listen to, with the poetic tilt to the narration we are given a beautiful and illuminating picture."

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Score: 5

Frank Racioppi • Ear Worthy Jun 8, 2022

"In many ways, Vanishing Postcards is the post-modern, podcast version of Blue Highways, which is one of those rare books that continues to define a generation and became a metaphor for life as a journey. Vanishing Postcards offers listeners the benefit of hearing what the backroads sounds like. It’s a special listening experience."

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Score: 5

Paula Beaton • Digital Trends Aug 20, 2021

"...escape from the mundane, perfect listening for your lunch break or commute — and the ideal way to travel vicariously from the comfort of home."

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Score: 5

Michael Barnes • Austin American-Statesman May 3, 2021

"Stern went well beyond interviewing people he found...I was impressed by the other guests Stern tracked down and how adroitly he wove together each of the first episodes."

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