An only child, Erin would entertain herself with a book of acting monologues and recording what was probably the world’s first podcast into her microcassette recorder which she carried around claiming it was for her novel ideas. It wasn’t until her 30s that she rediscovered her innate Leo need to be a star and she’d return home from her day job of film marketing to whisper sweet words like “Press 0 for the operator” into her brand new microphone for actual paying clients. This eventually led to the creation of her podcast SubverCity Transmit, an LGBT-friendly home for speculative fiction short stories which she co-produced, wrote, starred in, branded, and marketed. In addition to her now regular The NoSleep Podcast appearances, Erin has voiced several video game characters, audiobooks, eLearning courses and web series narrations. Her goal is to one day voice animatronic creatures at an amusement park. Besides voice acting, Erin also writes fiction and hunts ghosts.
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We check back in with the rest of the SubverCitizens in the wake of A.M's disappearance! What will they do without their dearest of cheerleaders?! This episode’s story, “Garden” was written by Damien Krsteski. Damien writes science fiction and develops software. His stories have appeared in New Myths, Metaphorosis Magazine, Plasma Frequency, Flapperhouse, Kzine, The Future Fire, Devilfish Review, Mad Scientist Journal, Bastion, and others. You can follow his updates at and @monochromewish. The music during the performance of Garden is also by Damien. To stream the full dark ambient album "Garden" please visit This episode was written by Erin B. Lillis and Corin Reyburn. The featured voices include: Erin B. Lillis as A.M. Onymous James Cleveland as Fleece and... Charlotte Norup as Quilt, the Insecurity Guards Kristin Roybal as the Announcements Computer Jose Perez as Senori Credits were read by Mary Buelow Our new theme song is by Glomag and more music by him can be found here: Sound effects sourced from To contact us or submit stories, please visit our website at   SubverCity Transmit is a Krockett and Greyvn production. Thank you for listening! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. Support this podcast:
The Grey Rooms Presents: Room #1371 - The Hedgehog Family INTRO - SEASON 2 EPISODE 6 Memories begin returning to Samantha at an alarming rate, but she still has trouble grasping the bigger picture. The Church of the One strikes again and leaves death in their path. God is good. God is great. Samantha searches for the humanity left in herself, much to Bob's chagrin. Todd continues being Todd and shows off his new companion.  Samantha can pick from two rooms: The first room is about a high school boy who discovers that his gym coach is more than meets the eye. The second room has…a hedgehog.    Written by: Brian Black Samantha performed by: Sarah Thomas Bob performed by: Graham Rowat Todd performed by: Alistair Mackey Reverend Hicks performed by: David Cummings The Boy (Alan) performed by: Elie Hirschman Davis performed by: Jason Wilson Warning: This story contains a brief scene involving a violent hate crime. Listener discretion is advised.    THE HEDGEHOG FAMILY What would you do to fall in love and make the perfect family for yourself? How far would you go to create bonds that should last a lifetime? A woman is given an opportunity she can't refuse, and it all starts with a hedgehog. Family is not an important thing. It is everything. Be careful when you share your family with others.  Written by: Jennifer Winters Christy performed by: Erin Lillis Henry performed by: Graham Rowat Grave Digger performed by: Paul Arbisi Preacher performed by: Justin McCarthy The Sheriff performed by: Jason Wilson Sir Anthony Hedgehog the First as himself   Season Narrative written by Brian Black Music Composition & Design: JM Scherf Audio Engineering & Sound Design: Jason Wilson Associate Producer/Social Media: Graham Rowat Episode Artist/Web Design: Cassie Pertiet Social Media/Patreon: Brooks Bigley   Thank you so much for listening to the sixth episode of our second season! If a car alarm honks in the middle of the night and no one is awake to hear it, does it make a sound? Please continue to support and share this wonderful show with all your horror-loving friends. And don't forget, our new and improved Behind the Door will be releasing next Friday, February 14th, just in time to celebrate true love. Take a seat at the roundtable as Jason and Brooks discuss "The Hedgehog Family" with author Jennifer Winters and actor Erin Lillis.  Do you like what we've been doing so far? Please consider subscribing to our Patreon. Even just a dollar a month can help us reach our goals of world domination. We plan on renting out our body organs for extra cash as well. Who needs two kidneys anyway?  Lastly, we want to remind you to keep it Grey, fam bam. Never let negativity get in the way of pursuing your dreams, and that includes yourself. You are your own worst critic. Don't feed that wolf. #staygrey2020 We'll see you in two weeks for Episode 7, same Grey time, same Grey channel. - The Grey Rooms Team   EXTRA STUFF Visit our website at Like what we're doing? Please support us on Patreon for early access to episodes plus more bonus content. You can check us out on Facebook And while you're there, why not join our Facebook Emotional Support Group Stare at our artwork on Instagram We're also incredibly active on Twitter Buy our merch at You can also make a one-time donation at And finally, we have a community on Discord. Jump in and have a conversation with us about the podcast, or anything really. The Grey Rooms crew is pretty active there. Thank you for supporting our show! ATP Audio Works LC  ℗ 2020
We’re willing to bet that there’s currently a box of baking soda sitting in your pantry and refrigerator. But there should be one in your bathroom too. Along with being a staple ingredient for cleaning and baking purposes, it can also be used in a variety of ways in your beauty routine.
We all like to save a little money when we can, and if we can reduce waste at the same time, that's even better. Perhaps that's why the idea of using food prep leftovers on your houseplants is such an appealing one. Of course, composting is a great way to do this, but you may have come across advice for adding certain common kitchen waste items like banana peels directly to your indoor garden.
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Aug 15th, 1978
Los Angeles, CA, USA
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