Jane Marie

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Jane Marie
BornJane Marie Golombisky
1978 (age 43–44)
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Pen nameJane Marie
OccupationPodcast producer, journalist
SubjectBusiness/finance, health
Notable worksThis American Life, The Dream

Jane Marie (February 12, 1978) is a Peabody and Emmy Award-winning journalist well known for producing This American Life for nearly a decade. She now co-owns Little Everywhere, a podcast production house and recording studio in Los Angeles.


Marie started her career in 2002 as an intern at This American Life before being promoted to producer and music supervisor of TAL and[1] television series of the same name.[2] She still consults as music supervisor on the popular radio show.[3]

Also a writer, Marie served as an editor for Jezebel and The Hairpin and has penned regular columns for sites including The Toast and Cosmopolitan. Known for straight talking and occasionally controversial opinions, Marie launched a Jezebel advice column titled "Dear Jane" in 2017, answering questions on everything from sex to racism.

In 2016, she partnered with musician, producer and audio engineer Dann Gallucci to open a podcast production house and recording studio called Little Everywhere.[4] In addition to working with clients like Midroll, Earwolf, Stitcher and Audible, she is the host of Tinder's official podcast, DTR.

Personal life[edit]

Marie was born Jane Marie Golombisky in Ann Arbor, Michigan on February 12, 1978. After dropping out of high-school and earning a diploma through the mail, she graduated with honors from the University of Illinois.[5]

Her decision to go solely by her first and middle names came after marrying and subsequently divorcing Rick Feltes[6] and comedian Julian McCullough, with whom she has a daughter, Goldie.[7] Marie and Goldie live in Los Angeles, California.


  • 2020: The Webbys Award: Best Podcast Writing
  • 2019: iHeart Radio Award, Best Branded Podcast "DTR"
  • 2009: Emmy Award nomination, Outstanding Nonfiction Series, This American Life
  • 2008: Emmy Award, Outstanding Nonfiction Series, This American Life[8]
  • 2007: IDA Continuing Series Award, This American Life[9]
  • 2006: Peabody Award, This American Life[10]


  1. ^ This American Life, Ira Glass, Milo Finch, Chris Partyka, retrieved 2017-10-02{{citation}}: CS1 maint: others (link)
  2. ^ "Jane Feltes". IMDb. Retrieved 2017-10-02.
  3. ^ "Staff | This American Life". www.thisamericanlife.org. Retrieved 2017-10-02.
  4. ^ "Home". Little Everywhere. Retrieved 2017-10-02.
  5. ^ "UIC Honors College Newsletter" (PDF). The Ampersand. October 2, 2017.
  6. ^ "I'm Changing My Name, Again". The Hairpin. 2011-07-29. Retrieved 2017-10-02.
  7. ^ Coen, Jessica. "A Creative Way to Fly With a Small Child". Flygirl. Retrieved 2017-10-02.
  8. ^ "This American Life". Television Academy. Retrieved 2017-10-02.
  9. ^ "2007 IDA Documentary Awards Winners". International Documentary Association. Retrieved 2017-10-02.
  10. ^ "This American Life: "Habeas Schmabeas"". Retrieved 2017-10-02.

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