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: 498. Valentine’s Love, Candy, and Wishes with Amanda
Happy Valentine’s Week! Amanda and I have voicemail messages, updates on tattoos, book and lip balm recommendations, and more! Come hang out with us and nosh on all that half price candy. What candy are you buying?
Thank you to Nancy, Claudia, Jimmy, StylinsonBirds, Leslie, and Ann!
Kingdom of Thirst: Episode 73: Shadow’s Edge
In a return to Abigail’s 2012 reading list, this week she and author Amalia Dillin break down SHADOW’S EDGE by J. T. Geissinger! Discussion topics include Cracker Barrel udders, cat people, throwing fridges, the Kentucky of the West, Discovery of Witches, and Mary Sues.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 362 – Noah Steele’s Small Town Guys
Author Noah Steele talks about his second chance, small town romance “Catch Me If I Fall,” including the inspirations behind Cole and Jasper, the fun he had creating their nostalgia tour, and what went into creating the town of Sugar Hills. Noah also discusses the “Cut to the Feeling” series, and how the media he consumed growing up turned him into the writer he is today. Noah also spins a story about two of his favorite characters going on a Valentine’s date.
The SSR Podcast: Episode 181: I Was a Teenage Fairy (with Emma Gray + Claire Fallon)
On Episode 181, Alli and her guests explore Francesca Lia Block’s I Was a Teenage Fairy. They discuss everything from fairy tales and beautiful writing to trauma and masculinity. They also examine what the book is saying about sexuality, size, empathy, and more.
TW: child sexual abuse, sexual assault
Emma Gray and Claire Fallon are co-hosts of Love to See It with Emma and Claire and co-authors of Rich Text. Follow them on Instagram (@claireandemmapod) and Twitter (@lovetoseeitpod).
Emma Gray is the author of A Girl’s Guide to Joining the Resistance. Her work, which focuses on gender, culture, and politics, can also be found in Cosmopolitan, The Washington Post, NYLON, and HuffPost. Follow her on Instagram (@emmaladyrose) and Twitter (@emmaladyrose).
We go a bit overboard this week, with some deep discussions that will leave you feeling drained. Haha! Water.
We’ll finally get to discuss what a Narf is. So cross that off our bucket list. Plus, Naomi has the hots for people with a stutter.
But who cares? No big deal. You want moooooore? Let’s get to know who the people are.