Weekend Podcast Guide: October 9

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Want to find your next bingeable podcast? Don’t know where to start? Scared you’ve missed something?  We have listed episodes from our amazing podcasters from the last week for you to check out!

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Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: 426. All About Murderbot with Martha Wells
Today my guest is Martha Wells, author of The Murderbot Diaries, one of my absolutely favorite discoveries this year. My inner thirteen year old barely kept it together as we spoke about Murderbot, romance and science fiction, and what she’s currently obsessed with like I’m obsessed with Murderbot.
 
The Shipping Room
The Shipping Room: Good Trouble

This week Tamar and Christine are diving into one of their favorite binges of quarantine – Good Trouble. A spinoff of Freeform’s The Fosters, Good Trouble follows sisters Callie and Mariana as they move to LA and start their lives away from their family. 

We look at the relationships Callie and Mariana get themselves involved in as well as the ‘ships of all of the ensemble characters who truly make the show the gem that it is. What corner do you land in the Gael-Callie-Jamie triangle? Do you think there’s a more perfect man than Isaac? Has there ever been a greater moment that Davia and Dennis singing together? We’re asking all the important questions!

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What Would Danbury Do?
What Would Danbury Do?: 2 Viscount 2 Furious

Viscount Anthony Bridgerton [m44] and his wife Kate [f36] met some number of years ago when Anthony was pursuing Kate’s sister, Edwina [f32]. During the course of their courtship, Anthony, both sisters, and several of his siblings played an infamous game of Pall Mall. For reasons that are unclear but are probably related to some sort of foreplay, Anthony extends a yearly invite to the original players for a rematch. For reasons that are unclear but probably have to do with Anthony being Viscount Bridgerton and rich and powerful, they all agree.

Featuring: * Alligators * Anthony, still the boob man * The classic Freudian psychoanalytic theory, the ‘death drive’ which Rudi consistently and incorrectly calls the ‘death imperative’ * Canadian passive-aggression * Mallets as metaphors * Uncomfortable class realities * Different definitions of ‘winning’

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: October 2, 2020

A discussion of pitfalls in contracts related to release dates and making sure publishers don’t sit on authors’ work. Also, why I’m feeling hopeful and why we can look forward to a brighter future.

This is the New Yorker article I mention (https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/donald-trump-tests-positive-for-the-coronavirus-and-a-nation-anticipates-chaos).
 

First Cup of Coffee – October 5, 2020: I’m discussing destructive assumptions about romance, why I hate the term “transcending genre,” and I’m telling a story getting our flu shots at the drive-in clinic and how brilliantly orchestrated it was.

First Cup of Coffee – October 6, 2020: A shoutout today to a brand new Cowboy Christmas romance collection. Also thoughts on The Boys, getting business done, and how Weekend Jeffe is not getting along with Weekday Jeffe and we may need mediation.

First Cup of Coffee – October 8, 2020: A story today for you about a roadrunner and how it blew our minds. Also I’m done with THE LONG NIGHT OF THE CRYSTALLINE MOON! I’m talking about next steps and upcoming events.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 261 – Whyborne & Griffin: From Book Series to Roleplaying Game
In a conversation that was part of “Big Gay Fiction Live,” Jeff talks with Jordan L. Hawk and the creators of the Widdershins Role Playing Game, including Shane A. M. Matheson, Sarah Kennedy and Tytiana Browne. They discuss why Jordan’s “Whyborne & Griffin” series was ideal to turn into an RPG, what lovers of the book series can expect and what it was like to play the game the very first time. The team also revealed details of the game’s Kickstarter campaign, which runs through October.
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Couple’s Talking Couples: Mean Girls
Stop trying to make fetch happen and meet us at the Spring Fling because this week Ashley and Ryan are diving into the high school classic “Mean Girls.” Discussion topics include: how fast you breakup with your high school crush, a sudden windfall from a self help book and the dark secret on whether Ashley was a mean girl in real life.
 

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The Mermaid Podcast
The Mermaid Podcast: The Mermaid and The Crystal Ball
Introducing the first in a special series of original mermaid stories by Laura von Holt, inspired by #MerMay artists.The Mermaid and the Crystal Ball is an original story by Laura von Holt, inspired by artwork by @zhanadarte. While on a road trip to a new life, a woman discovers a mysterious crystal ball in a deserted gas station.
 
SSR Podcast
The SSR Podcast: Episode 114: The Bad Beginning (A Series of Unfortunate Events #1) (with Kayla Graves)

A conversation about Lemony Snicket’s beloved A Series of Unfortunate Events series has been a long time coming… but it’s finally here! On Episode 114, Alli and her guest discuss the first installment, The Bad Beginning, which was published in 1999.

Much of the conversation on the episode focuses on one core question: how dark is too dark for kids? There’s discussion about why kids love the darkness in the series, as well as Snicket’s tendency to write about incompetent adults and broken legal systems… and so much more!

Kayla Graves is an essayist and educator working at the forefront of creating equitable and just urban communities. Her current series — Racism in American Cities — focuses on how various policies and events throughout American history have led to the creation of modern race relations in cities. Follow her on Instagram (@honeybuttergal).

Episode 115: The BFG (with Christina Hammonds Reed): Roald Dahl may be a beloved children’s author, but he’s also a problematic figure. Similarly, The BFG is a beloved children’s book… but it’s not without its problems and complexities. On Episode 115 of SSR, Alli and her guest Christina Hammonds Reed break down The BFG — from its magical use of language to its xenophobic undertones, and everything in between.

Christina is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Black Kids. Follow her on Instagram (@christinahammondsreed).
 
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