June 2, 2019
Hello again and HAPPY PRIDE MONTH! Today we talked to Shai Cotten, Part or the Creator and director team for the webseries After Oil.The series takes place in the world years after the oil has started to run dry where Briar ad Sarah, girlfriends, have to find their missing friend and teammate after disappearing from his food route, while a oil hungry corporations close in to buy the town and move everyone out. The Pilot has premiered at Clexacon, the New York Television festival, and Kew garden Fest where it won Best Web Series.
We talked about the show and fun production goodies that went into it, Her passions, what lead to this, and where she hopes it will go.
We also got some interesting insight on the film festival industry and boy, did we have fun talking about Video games.
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May 17, 2019
Hello Hello again!
We have a great duo for you today, Jessica Vazquez and Nina Kester of the Queer Comics Podcast! We had an amazing time talking about queer representation, comic books, and Tetris? Yes Tetris. We even got some awesome book recommendations and some sweet answers to the Guest 2 Guest question. You will absolutely love what they have instore for our next guest.
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May 9, 2019
Please Join us as we have conversations with members of your everyday queer community, from every country and every generation. We share stories, experiences, projects, and so much more.
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May 1, 2019
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Hello again! Do we have a treat for you today. Today's guest is another Lesbian Thespian, Co-founder of and contributor on the The Trans Literacy Project.
We talked about her projects, the importance to representation, her life in the theater, growing up in detroit being a big part in wanting to help other find their voice, and an incredible answer to a fabulous Guest to Guest question.
If you would like to donate to their production/causes there is a link here.
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April 8, 2019
Hello again! Late Podcast is late but we have an awesome guest for you this time! We talked with Bri Castellini, a Director, Writer and part time teacher of Webseries about her work and wow, what a great time we had. We talked a lot about representation, her journey of self discovery, and all about we short film, Ace and Anxious, a quirky short about an asexual graphic designer with generalized anxiety disorder.
Her short film Ace and Anxious can be watched here.
And her website for all her works plus, Sam and Pat Are Depressed, Brains, Buy In (trailer- film isn't out yet), Better With You (new web series she's directing crowdfunding page), Bri and Chris Are Depressed (A break down of Sam and Pat are depressed and more about their own journeys with Mental Health.)
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March 15, 2019
Our guest this time is Alicia Sophia, author and social rebel, has come on to tell us about her book, 143, and the wild life stories and pager culture that influenced it. From small town Pennsylvania to Party town California she got quite a few tales of wild rebellion and growing wiser.
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March 4, 2019
We have an amazing guest for you! Diana James, has done a lot in her life, from volunteering at the remarkable British LGBT switchboard hotline to working towards changing the way British police handle LGBT cases, she's given a lot for her community. Pre-Internet era too! She shared with us parts of her life and struggles, and gave us her view of the hopping LGBT scene of London through those times.
This episode does touch on some dark subjects, so we are issuing a trigger warning. Regardless of this these stories are ones of recovery and bring messages of hope.
((TW: Rape, Domestic abuse-around 1:25:00))
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February 15, 2019
No, that title is not a typo for today's episode we talked with Lisa Franklin, teacher, comedian, and creator of the daily four panel comic "Two Lesbian Ants"! We talked a lot about her comic, other comics (Honk 4 Garfield), the interesting side effects of being a New Yorker, and a bit too much about horses. Not to mention a Guest to Guest question that's a little closer to home.
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January 31, 2019
Today we have a fabulous guest Harriet, artist, Zine Master, and currently NOT a spy. (don't worry that joke ends here). She came on to talk about her wonderful project, That but Lesbians Zine, the first run sold out in 15 HOURS!! And also her awesome artwork, some of her history and her love for older women. <3
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January 16, 2019
We had such an amazing conversation with Emma Drewry, writer & Creator (among others) of RECON, the web series about, get this, QUEER SPIES! Talk about a new level of cool. We talked all about the show, how it came to be, the production behind the scenes, and a few hiccups that they came across in the making. Emma also gave us some insight on how she grew up in country side Connecticut going to online high school and the amazing experience being a film student in California has been. Not to mention her fantastic answer to the Guest to Guest question!
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