Audible Feast's Best Podcasts of January 2020

A curated episode list by Audiblefeast
Creation Date January 9th, 2020
Updated Date Updated February 2nd, 2020
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These are the best shows I've listened to in January 2020. I have quite a backlog to listen to so these are not all recent. You can export this list to listen to it!
REUNITED and it feels so goooood. Chris and Steven are back on the pod for the first time together in 2 months. Chris recaps his sabbatical, Steven finally comes clean about his last few months, and the boys lay out their plans for the next few weeks... Keep up with the action at patreon.com/isthisadulting Music by The Collection
“The truth is that as much democracy as this nation has today” writes Nikole Hannah-Jones “it has been borne on the backs of black resistance.”Hannah-Jones is an investigative journalist at the New York Times Magazine, the winner of MacArthur Genius Grant (among countless other awards), and, most recently, the creator of the New York Times’ 1619 project, which explores the ways slavery shaped America.As Hannah-Jones points out, no group in American history has more to teach us about what it means to live out the practice of democracy, in its most difficult and graceful form, than African-Americans. We also discuss:- The economics of slavery, and the role of the cotton gin- Why it took a civil war to end slavery in America, but not elsewhere- What it means to love a country that doesn’t love you back- Whether busing worked- Why Southern schools are the most racially integrated in the US- The long-term effects of school integration- Whether class-based policies can solve racial inequity- What America can learn from Cuba- Whether racism blocked social democracy in America- Whether any presidential candidates has a serious school integration plan- Why housing and education segregation are so rarely discussed by politicians- Why Hannah-Jones dislikes “gifted and talented” programs in schoolAnd much more.References: Hannah-Jones' opening essay of the 1619 project Hannah-Jones' essay on choosing a school for her daughter Book recommendations: Black Reconstruction in America 1860-1880 W.E.B. DuBois The Warmth of Other Suns by Isabel WilkersonThe Race Beat by Gene Roberts and Hank Klibanoff Want to contact the show? Reach out at ezrakleinshow@vox.comNews comes at you fast. Join us at the end of your day to understand it. Subscribe to Today, ExplainedWe are conducting an audience survey to better serve you. It takes no more than five minutes, and it really helps out the show. Please take our survey here: www.voxmedia.com/podsurvey.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Five weeks after the aliens attacked, after the virus spread, humanity has been all but eradicated. One survivor, Lynn Gellert, searches for supplies with no one to talk to but her mother’s old voice recorder. Though she works hard to remain optimistic, Lynn can’t deny that the symptoms of the alien virus are setting in.Subscribe to Earth Break on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Audioboom, or wherever you listen to podcasts.For more, follow @EarthBreakPod on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and visit www.SkylarkMedia.comSupport Earth Break by supporting our sponsors!HelloFresh - For $80 off your first month of HelloFresh, go to HelloFresh.com/Earth80 and enter promo code Earth80Earth Break: Omega Protocol - Go to EarthBreak.com/NOW to get 25% off your first box. For more information, visit www.EarthBreak.comEarth Break was:Directed by Aaron KatzProduced by April Lamb Written by Morgan Ormond Story by Morgan Ormond, Will Rogers, and Derrick SmithAssociate produced by Will Rogersexecutive produced by Ryan Hogan, Derrick   Smith, and Joshua Holley Starring Jenny SlateCo-starring Nelson FranklinOriginal Music by Keegan DewittPost Sound Services provided by Unbridled SoundSound Supervisor and Re-Recording Mixer - Brent KiserProduction Sound by Kirbie Seis Dialogue Editor - Kinsey GreenFX Edit - James Singleton FX Edit - Katrina Zemrak FX Editor - Matt Conzelmann Mix Technician - Ian ChaseCoordinator - Katherine LeBlondAudio Coordinator - Jim CashmanPA services by Brendan McFaddenProduction Studio - York RecordingAdditional Sound Editing by Clear Commo StudiosDistributed by AudioboomSpecial thanks to Carmen Calvo, Founder of The Nurturing Root
With the shocking revelation of her pregnancy, Lynn’s hunt for survival takes on a new level of danger and desperation. However, not only is Lynn doubtful she can survive for long, she doesn’t think she can be a mother in this world even if she survives. Subscribe to Earth Break on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Audioboom, or wherever you listen to podcasts.For more, follow @EarthBreakPod on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and visit www.SkylarkMedia.comSupport Earth Break by supporting our sponsors!Care/of - For 30% off your first Care/of order, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter promo code Earth30Earth Break: Omega Protocol - Go to EarthBreak.com/NOW to get 25% off your first box. For more information, visit www.EarthBreak.comEarth Break was:Directed by Aaron KatzProduced by April Lamb Written by Morgan Ormond Story by Morgan Ormond, Will Rogers, and Derrick SmithAssociate produced by Will Rogersexecutive produced by Ryan Hogan, Derrick   Smith, and Joshua Holley Starring Jenny SlateOriginal Music by Keegan DewittPost Sound Services provided by Unbridled SoundSound Supervisor and Re-Recording Mixer - Brent KiserProduction Sound by Kirbie Seis Dialogue Editor - Kinsey GreenFX Edit - James Singleton FX Edit - Katrina Zemrak FX Editor - Matt Conzelmann Mix Technician - Ian ChaseCoordinator - Katherine LeBlondAudio Coordinator - Jim CashmanPA services by Brendan McFaddenProduction Studio - York RecordingAdditional Sound Editing by Clear Commo StudiosDistributed by AudioboomSpecial thanks to Carmen Calvo, Founder of The Nurturing Root
Lynn is at peace. She's decided to raise her child, no matter what kind of hell she has to navigate to do it. When she's suddenly put to the test, Lynn must fend for herself in the wild if she hopes to see another day. Subscribe to Earth Break on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Audioboom, or wherever you listen to podcasts.For more, follow @EarthBreakPod on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and visit www.SkylarkMedia.comSupport Earth Break by supporting our sponsors!Earth Break: Omega Protocol - Go to EarthBreak.com/NOW to get 25% off your first box. For more information, visit www.EarthBreak.comEarth Break is a part of a family of mystery subscription boxes: If murder mysteries are more your speed, visit www.HuntAKiller.com and enter promo code flash25 to get 25% off your first order. For a paranormal investigation, head to www.EmptyFaces.com and use promo code new25.Earth Break was:Directed by Aaron KatzProduced by April Lamb Written by Morgan Ormond Story by Morgan Ormond, Will Rogers, and Derrick SmithAssociate produced by Will Rogersexecutive produced by Ryan Hogan, Derrick   Smith, and Joshua Holley Starring Jenny SlateOriginal Music by Keegan DewittPost Sound Services provided by Unbridled SoundSound Supervisor and Re-Recording Mixer - Brent KiserProduction Sound by Kirbie Seis Dialogue Editor - Kinsey GreenFX Edit - James Singleton FX Edit - Katrina Zemrak FX Editor - Matt Conzelmann Mix Technician - Ian ChaseCoordinator - Katherine LeBlondAudio Coordinator - Jim CashmanPA services by Brendan McFaddenProduction Studio - York RecordingAdditional Sound Editing by Clear Commo StudiosDistributed by AudioboomSpecial thanks to Carmen Calvo, Founder of The Nurturing Root
Though Lynn has found shelter, the previous occupant is still inside. With nowhere else to go, Lynn resolves to stay, and finds herself pushed beyond her breaking point. Subscribe to Earth Break on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Audioboom, or wherever you listen to podcasts.For more, follow @EarthBreakPod on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and visit www.SkylarkMedia.comSupport Earth Break by supporting our sponsors!Earth Break: Omega Protocol - Go to EarthBreak.com/NOW to get 25% off your first box. For more information, visit www.EarthBreak.comFeminist Folklore examines fairy tales, myths, and legends from a feminist lense. Subscribe today on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.Earth Break is a part of a family of mystery subscription boxes: If murder mysteries are more your speed, visit www.HuntAKiller.com and enter promo code flash25 to get 25% off your first order. For a paranormal investigation, head to www.EmptyFaces.com and use promo code new25.Earth Break was:Directed by Aaron KatzProduced by April Lamb Written by Morgan Ormond Story by Morgan Ormond, Will Rogers, and Derrick SmithAssociate produced by Will Rogersexecutive produced by Ryan Hogan, Derrick   Smith, and Joshua Holley Starring Jenny SlateOriginal Music by Keegan DewittPost Sound Services provided by Unbridled SoundSound Supervisor and Re-Recording Mixer - Brent KiserProduction Sound by Kirbie Seis Dialogue Editor - Kinsey GreenFX Edit - James Singleton FX Edit - Katrina Zemrak FX Editor - Matt Conzelmann Mix Technician - Ian ChaseCoordinator - Katherine LeBlondAudio Coordinator - Jim CashmanPA services by Brendan McFaddenProduction Studio - York RecordingAdditional Sound Editing by Clear Commo StudiosDistributed by AudioboomSpecial thanks to Carmen Calvo, Founder of The Nurturing Root
On the cusp of motherhood, running out of supplies and unprepared, Lynn has no choice but to leave her new home. With her shotgun at her side, Lynn ventures into town to prepare for the coming of her child.Subscribe to Earth Break on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Audioboom, or wherever you listen to podcasts.For more, follow @EarthBreakPod on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and visit www.SkylarkMedia.comSupport Earth Break by supporting our sponsors!Earth Break: Omega Protocol - Go to EarthBreak.com/NOW to get 25% off your first box. For more information, visit www.EarthBreak.comEarth Break was:Directed by Aaron KatzProduced by April Lamb Written by Morgan Ormond Story by Morgan Ormond, Will Rogers, and Derrick SmithAssociate produced by Will Rogersexecutive produced by Ryan Hogan, Derrick   Smith, and Joshua Holley Starring Jenny SlateOriginal Music by Keegan DewittPost Sound Services provided by Unbridled SoundSound Supervisor and Re-Recording Mixer - Brent KiserProduction Sound by Kirbie Seis Dialogue Editor - Kinsey GreenFX Edit - James Singleton FX Edit - Katrina Zemrak FX Editor - Matt Conzelmann Mix Technician - Ian ChaseCoordinator - Katherine LeBlondAudio Coordinator - Jim CashmanPA services by Brendan McFaddenProduction Studio - York RecordingAdditional Sound Editing by Clear Commo StudiosDistributed by AudioboomSpecial thanks to Carmen Calvo, Founder of The Nurturing Root
Lynn is too late. Despite her best efforts, the baby is coming and she is still not ready. She has been spotted.Subscribe to Earth Break on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Audioboom, or wherever you listen to podcasts.For more, follow @EarthBreakPod on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and visit www.SkylarkMedia.comSupport Earth Break by supporting our sponsors!American Hysteria, hosted by Chelsey Weber-Smith, is back for a second season! To hear about moral panics, urban legends, and conspiracy theories, subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.Earth Break: Omega Protocol - Go to EarthBreak.com/NOW to get 25% off your first box. For more information, visit www.EarthBreak.comEarth Break was:Directed by Aaron KatzProduced by April Lamb Written by Morgan Ormond Story by Morgan Ormond, Will Rogers, and Derrick SmithAssociate produced by Will Rogersexecutive produced by Ryan Hogan, Derrick   Smith, and Joshua Holley Starring Jenny SlateOriginal Music by Keegan DewittPost Sound Services provided by Unbridled SoundSound Supervisor and Re-Recording Mixer - Brent KiserProduction Sound by Kirbie Seis Dialogue Editor - Kinsey GreenFX Edit - James Singleton FX Edit - Katrina Zemrak FX Editor - Matt Conzelmann Mix Technician - Ian ChaseCoordinator - Katherine LeBlondAudio Coordinator - Jim CashmanPA services by Brendan McFaddenProduction Studio - York RecordingAdditional Sound Editing by Clear Commo StudiosDistributed by AudioboomSpecial thanks to Carmen Calvo, Founder of The Nurturing Root
District Attorney Doug Evans has prosecuted Curtis Flowers for 23 years and six trials. Now he says he's done. Support investigative journalism with a donation to In the Dark.
This season started with the question: How did we get here? How did Stefano and Harris overdose and die in their early 30s? How did our country lose 400,000 lives to opioids since 1999? In the new year, we turn our attention to other last day stories, and other kinds of last day stories. Brittany and Ahren are high school sweethearts who built a life and a family together, when “the blues” came into the picture. Brittany and Ahren talk about Ahren’s addiction, his last days of using, one ugly night, their joint recovery, and what gives them hope for the future. Plus, addiction medicine doctor Dr. Charles Reznikoff shares his approach to early recovery.  Please note, Last Day contains strong language, mature themes, and may not be appropriate for all listeners. Dr. Charles Reznikoff, M.D.Casper.com/LASTDAY promo code LASTDAYNativedeodorant.com promo code LASTDAYwealthfront.com/LastDayTranscriptions available shortly after air date at https://www.lemonadamedia.com/show/last-day/
So many people's New Year's resolutions are centered around getting in shape, updating their skincare routine, and generally being more attractive. But beauty ideals have a funny way of reinforcing society's ideas of who matters and why. Once you start to unpack them, things get real ugly real quick.
After giving birth to five children, Ted Rau now identifies as a transgender man, and he’s created a life outside the single family model by raising his kids in co-housing. His story presents a fascinating and nuanced take on community, gender and motherhood. Thanks to our sponsors: Go to YourSuper.com and get 15% off with promo code DOUBLESHIFT at checkout. Thanks for becoming a member of The Double Shift! Go to thedoubleshift.com/join to become a member today. It starts at $5/mo.
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Surprise! In this season four bonus episode, Earlonne sits down with Ear Hustle co-founder and sound design contributor, Antwan “Banks” Williams, who was recently released from San Quentin after serving 13 years in prison. The two talk about Antwan’s time inside, the person he’s become during those years, his work with Ear Hustle and his musical ambitions for the future. Find a full list of episode credits at earhustlesq.com, where you can also sign up for our newsletter and order a T-shirt, sticker pack or mug. Ear Hustle is a proud member of Radiotopia, from PRX. Thanks to Lt. Sam Robinson, Warden Ron Davis and Krissi Khokhobashvili for their support of the show. And thanks to you, as ever, for listening.
When Wendy Hellowell’s son Oliver was born, he was diagnosed with Down syndrome. She realized the two of them would face enormous challenges. But they got help from a little faith and a camera. (more…)
Add “Smurf butt” to the list of things to expect when you’re expecting. 00:43 - Maile's original email included this article. 01:45 - When jeans bleed onto your skin, you can tell. 03:40 - According to a study done at Johns Hopkins there is a correlation between heartburn and hairiness. The heartburn is due to estrogen causing the esophageal sphincter to relax, which allows stomach acid to splash up into the esophagus. That estrogen is also responsible for hair growth in the developing baby. 04:45 - If you're interested in purchasing some art of a Smurf's butt crack, we got you. 06:01 - Chromhidrosis on Wikipedia 06:28 - This man turned blue and Oprah interviewed him about it in 2008. 11:00 - Here are some of the forums I browsed: What to Expect, CafeMom, Pregnant Chicken, Everyday Chemistry, Reddit, Pregnancy Podcast. 11:14 - Andrei Rebarber
Why do we desexualize women when they become mothers? The third episode of Thread the Needle explores the messages society sends us about how mothers should look and behave. Discover the strange history behind why many women still feel they must leave their sexual identity behind once they have a baby in their arms.
In light of all the news coming out of Iran, we're talking with Jason Rezaian — an Iranian-American author and journalist who has experienced Iran's contradictions up close.
 A few years ago, Laurie McTeague noticed her teenage son, Ian, was uncharacteristically depressed. So she went snooping around on his phone and discovered that he’d been widely experimenting with nearly every drug under the sun. What followed was years of relentless searching for effective adolescent treatment while her son continued to relapse again and again. As a parent, how do you navigate this?  Please note, Last Day contains strong language, mature themes, and may not be appropriate for all listeners. Everything Is Horrible and Wonderful: A Tragicomic Memoir of Genius, Heroin, Love and Losswww.lemonadamedia.com/lastdaysurvey rothys.com/lastdaywww.lemonadamedia.com/shopTranscriptions available shortly after air date at https://www.lemonadamedia.com/show/last-day/
This is the first part in a two-part series that is years in the making, and a topic close to our hearts. The fact is that when women and people from marginalized groups speak, it’s heard differently than it is when men speak. So we’re digging into that, today starting with the more figurative meaning of women’s voices, as in women daring to speak up and fight for something they believe in. Our guests are Noami Grevemberg who Instagrams about the lack of inclusivity in #vanlife at @irietoaurora, and Julia, a trans woman suing the state of North Carolina for its discriminatory health care policies that specifically target transgender people. Both of them are speaking up and willing to be visible even though it’s not always safe to do so, and we talked to them about weighing the risks -- including the financial risks -- of speaking up against what we all gain when women speak up in spite of those risks. In part 2, coming in two weeks, we’re talking about women’s actual voices, how the world hears us, and how we can push back.   Links from the episode: Diversify Vanlife essay on GnomadHome.com Noami on Instagram Julia’s Twitter account
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"Your white friend can just make one comment and it feels like a trap door has opened up from underneath," one listener told us when we asked for stories about race and friendship. "And I’m thrust back into the realities of living in a racist America." Today: Your stories about when race became a flashpoint in your friendships. Tomorrow, we'll share an episode from our partners at the NPR podcast Code Switch, featuring expert advice on navigating those flashpoint moments around race—and explaining why it's so hard to make, and maintain, cross-racial friendships. Want to reflect on your own friendship patterns? Take our survey at deathsexmoney.org/friendship. Afterward, you can see how other people have responded to the survey questions, and we'll also send you a recommended reading list.  And, as always, you can sign up for our newsletter by going to deathsexmoney.org/newsletter. Every Wednesday we'll send you behind-the-scenes updates, podcast listening recommendations, and some pretty incredible listener letters from our inbox. Follow our show on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @deathsexmoney. Got a story to share? Email us any time at deathsexmoney@wnyc.org.
The political polarization of America didn’t start with Donald Trump and it won’t end in 2020 either. Ezra Klein explains "Why We're Polarized." (Transcript here.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Right now, at this very moment, all across the planet, there are 7.6 billion human beings eating, breathing, sleeping, brushing their teeth, walking their dogs, drinking coffee, walking down the street or running onto the subway or hopping in their car, maybe reading a summary of a podcast they’re about to hit play on … and the number is only going up. Everyday 386,000 babies are born (16,000 an hour). We’re adding a billion new people every 12 years. So here’s a question you’ve probably never thought about: Are there more people alive right now than have ever lived on the planet in history? Do the living outnumber the dead? Robert got obsessed with this odd question, and in this episode we bring you the answer. Or, well, answers. This episode was reported by Robert Krulwich and produced by Annie McEwen and Pat Walters, with help from Neel Dhanesha. Fact-checking by Michelle Harris. Music and mixing by Jeremy Bloom. Special thanks to Jeffrey Dobereiner. Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate. 
Burning Man is pagan at its core with a hell-ish aesthetic. It's understandable that many evangelical leaders condemn the event. But why do so many devout Christians attend each year? And what do they do once they're there? We meet the priests and apostles of Religous AF camp, who are on a mission to help other Burners heal their spiritual wounds.   Donate: paypal.me/THEINTERSECTION  // Hear more: www.theintersection.fm  // Twitter: @IntersectionFM // Facebook: fb.com/IntersectionFM --- Producer: David Boyer Editor: Ben Trefny Engineer: Gabe Grabin Music: Erik Pearson Associate Producer: Jonathan Davis Special thanks to the Pigmalions, Versed, BMIR and all the peeps who shared a moment and/or a story. Produced with the technical and emotional support of KALW, and the financial support of SF Arts Commission and California Humanities, a non-profit partner of the NEH.
Entire blocks of Detroit look abandoned because people fell behind on property taxes and lost their homes. But hundreds of millions of dollars of that tax debt never should have been billed in the first place. Don’t miss out on the next big story. Get the Weekly Reveal newsletter today.
Ivor Perl and Susan Pollack were 12 and 13 when they were transported to Auschwitz. On the 75th anniversary of the concentration camp’s liberation, they tell their stories. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
This week, difficult conversations between people whose lives have been greatly impacted by one thing: guns.
In the summer of 1922, in a town in southern Illinois, 23 people were murdered over two days. Men, women, and children came out of their houses to watch, and in some cases, to take part in the violence. Scott Doody's book is Herrin Massacre. Special thanks to the Special Collections Research Center at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, and Matt Gorzalski, and to John Griswold, who wrote Herrin: The Brief History of an Infamous American City. Criminal is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. If you haven't already, please review us on iTunes! It's an important way to help new listeners discover the show: iTunes.com/CriminalShow. Say hello on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Sign up for The Accomplice. If you'd like to introduce friends or family members to podcasts, we created a How to Listen guide based on frequently asked questions. Artwork by Julienne Alexander. Sponsors: Article Get $50 off your first order of $100 or more at Article.com/criminal BetterHelp Get 10% off your first month with discount code CRIMINAL when you fill out a questionnaire at betterhelp.com/criminal Everlane Get free shipping on your first order at everlane.com/criminal Quip Go to GetQuip.com/Criminal right now and get your first refill pack FREE with a QUIP electric toothbrush. The Real Real Shop in-store, online, or download the app, and get 20% off select items with the promo code REAL. Simplisafe Protect your home today and get free shipping at SimpliSafe.com/CRIMINAL Squarespace Try Squarespace.com/criminal for a free trial and when you’re ready to launch, use the offer code CRIMINAL to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Sun Basket Go to sunbasket.com/criminal and enter promo code CRIMINAL at checkout for $35 off your order. Third Love Go to thirdlove.com/criminal now to find your perfect-fitting bra… and get 15% off your first purchase! ZipRecruiter Try ZipRecruiter for free at ZipRecruiter.com/criminal
Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey are the New York Times reporters who broke the Harvey Weinstein story.  For five months -- perpetually in danger of losing the scoop -- they cultivated and cajoled sources ranging from the Weinsteins’ accountant to Ashley Judd.  The article that emerged on October 5th, 2017, was a level-headed and impeccably sourced exposé, whose effects continue to be felt around the world.  Their conversation with Alec covers their reporting process, and moves on to a joint wrestling with Alec’s own early knowledge of one of the Weinstein allegations, and his ongoing friendship with accused harasser James Toback.  The guests ask Alec questions about the movie industry’s ethics about sex and “the casting couch.”  Over a respectful and surprising half-hour, host and guests together talk through the many dilemmas posed by the #MeToo movement that Kantor and Twohey did so much to unleash.
This week Paul is joined by his lovely daughter Baylee as they discuss that voluptuous Australian marsupial the wombat! Sources: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/18/world/australia/wombat-selfie.html https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/hero-wombats-australia-fires/ https://outline.com/2XGq7C https://www.livescience.com/52640-wombats.html https://www.wombania.com/wombats/wombat-behavior.htm http://www.jackiefrench.com/diary-of-a-wombat https://slate.com/culture/2016/08/fatso-the-fat-arsed-wombat-was-the-best-olympic-mascot-ever.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cO376yWrGc https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/2018/11/wombat-poop-cube-why-is-it-square-shaped/ All other images on the page are featured on the linked websites. Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. "Fair use" is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. About our voice actors: The wonderful and supportive Kari McGinnis. Chris “Toph” Green is the host of the GravityBeard podcast. Curtis Craddock is the author of the novel An Alchemy of Masques and Mirrors (The Risen Kingdoms, #1) Josh Hallmark runs the Our Americana network and hosts the podcasts Our Americana, The Karen and Ellen Letters, Playlist and True Crime Bullshit. Justine and Santiago are the hosts of the very funny Weird With You podcast. Frosty is the co-host of The Show with The Preshaah and Frosty, and last but never least, Stacey from Rough Giraffe.  

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