Weekend Podcast Guide: So Many Great New Shows!

Frolic Podcast Network Weekly Wrap-up!

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!

Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: 457. YouTube Vlogging And a Very Meet Cute With Colin Dobson-Fox of Foxes Afloat

Colin Dobson-Fox is the co-host and producer behind one of my favorite YouTube channels, Foxes Afloat, which recently reached over 100k subscribers (a very big deal in YouTube Land). Colin and his husband Shaun live aboard a narrowboat in the UK, and produce weekly vlogs of their travels, and their lives, including Colin’s life with autism and with mental illness.

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Rebel Girls Book Club: Portable Poetry: Maryam’s Labor

This week we round off our series on Christian mythology with a poem by Mohja Kahf called Maryam’s Labor. We discuss the purpose of God, struggle as triumph, and what women reclaiming Christianity may look like.

Honestly!?: Episode #170 – A Happy Mid-Size Medium In The Middle

On this week’s episode we’re talking about Aly & AJ’s new album, the final season of Shrill, Rutherford Falls, Nikki and Dan Phillippi, Jesy Nelson’s interview with Cosmopolitan UK, and more!

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Feminists Without Mystique: Ep 130 Celebrity Relationships (Why do we care?!)

The sad news of John Mulaney’s divorce prompts us to discuss why his personal life (and Ben and J. Lo and Bill and Melinda etc…) are so fascinating to us. It’s none of our business! Why are we so invested??

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: May 7, 2021

Musings today on the reverse harem trope and certain logistical issues – but how I kind of want to write one anyway. I’m in a bit of a reading slump and looking for recs. And being on the Paper & Vices podcast.

First Cup of Coffee – May 10, 2021: How to know who to take advice from on the internet, and some thoughts on good and bad advice on traditional and self-publishing overall, including my take on both. Also, a sad and fond farewell to Jan Sterling.

First Cup of Coffee – May 11, 2021: Splitting hairs on subgenres – what does historical fantasy mean and what are the expectations? – and how those labels affect marketing and discoverability. Also, marketing your backlist and writing consistently FTW.

First Cup of Coffee – May 13, 2021:A story about seeing the bioluminescence in Vieques and how I lost one of my favorite earrings. More on subgenres and where reverse harem comes from. Also, it turns out I really don’t like oat milk.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 308 – Into the Steam Room with JC Calciano

Author / Screenwriter / Director JC Calciano talks about “Revenge of the Brobot,” his latest book which continues his “Steam Room Stories” universe. He also discusses how “Steam Room Stories” got started a dozen years ago, the new “Steamy Stories Podcast” and what got him started telling stories across multiple mediums.Jeff & Will discuss the televised return to the ballrooms of “Pose” on FX and “Legendary” on HBO Max. They also look at the Pride issue of “The Knot” magazine.

Episode 309 – Layla Reyne’s World of Assassins, Hackers and Cops– Layla Reyne and Jeff talk about the conclusion of the “Fog City” series, including a deep dive on the final books, “Queen’s Ransom” and “Silent Knight.” Layla talks about how she got back into writing in 2020 by writing these books, the fun she had bringing in so many cameos from the Whiskeyverse, and the books she’s got planned next. Layla’s got a few book recs too. Jeff & Will also discuss the TV projects being developed based on Adam Silvera novels.

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The SSR Podcast: Episode 144: I Am an Artichoke (with Elise Bryant)

On Episode 144, Alli and her guest Elise Bryant have a thoughtful, honest, and at times vulnerable conversation about I Am an Artichoke, which was written by Lucy Frank and published in 1995.

The book tells the story of an angsty teen named Sarah who takes a summer job as a mother’s helper in New York City, only to discover that the family who hired her is working through trauma that they’re not willing to acknowledge. Together, Alli and Elise consider the dangers of the way that eating disorders are depicted in this book, share the parts of Sarah’s experience that resonated with them, and so much more.

TW: eating disorders, disordered eating, body dysmorphia, body image

Elise Bryant is the author of Happily Ever Afters, as well as the forthcoming One True Loves (out January 2022!). Follow her on Instagram (@elisembryant) and Twitter (@elisembryant).

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