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Conversation of Warehouse 13 with Jill and Miranda

Conversation of Warehouse 13 with Jill and Miranda

March 24, 2020

Hello again! 

We have super special guests, they are so smart. I had the impossible task of editing this episode. I simply couldn't find anything I wanted to take out so apologizes on the length. We had an amazing time. 

Our guests Jill and Miranda from the podcast 13 (a warehouse 13 podcast) came on to talk about their love for the show and how it played some key roles in their own sexuality and feed them the representation they needed to see. We also talked their individual careers, as an academic and the other in TV and fun behind the scene on that. Plus so much more! There is literally too much to say about these wonderful ladies. 

Conversations of Ace and Anxious

Conversations of Ace and Anxious

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 DepressedBrainsBuy 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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Conversations with Charlotte Greene

Conversations with Charlotte Greene

November 14, 2018

Hello again! Our guest this time is a college professor and lesfic author, Charlotte Greene.

We talked about some of her history as a lover of the arts and knowledge that lead her to living her dream as professor and writer, as well as some cute stories about her childhood selfmade newspaper. We also discussed her books and what she loves about them, from the beautiful settings of Colorado and New orleans to the haunting ghost stories and maybe a bit about beer brewing?      

You can find her books on Amazon, the Bold strokes website, and her author page


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