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The Klunatics dive into the topic of asexuality. The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. This episode was written by Susannah Frigo. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. Special thanks to: Charlie David, Derrick McClain, Michael Lesley, and to our season sponsor, Chelsea Verzwyvelt. If you like what you heard, please take a moment to rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you’re listening to this episode. Word of mouth is still the best advertising, so please tell a friend or post about the show on social media. If you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Anything we collect from now until July 1, 2020, will be donated to The Trevor Project. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is also available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
Michael Lesley, Sean Crisden, Greg Tremblay, Daniel Henning, and Kirt Graves discuss TJ Klune, audiobook narration, and offer some advice for aspiring narrators. The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. If you like what you heard, please take a moment to rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you’re listening to this episode. We’d also love it if you told a friend. We know that there is a lot of financial uncertainty in the world right now, and we want you to know that the Klunatics podcast will always be free to enjoy. But if you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Anything we collect that exceeds our operating costs for the podcast will be donated to The Trevor Project. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is also available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
SPOILER ALERT: The short story Lovesong, presented here in audio, contains spoilers for Wolfsong, Ravensong, and Heartsong. The complete text of Lovesong Part II is available at www.tjklunebooks.com. Buy Wolfsong: Audible / iTunes Buy Ravensong: Audible / iTunes Buy Heartsong: Audible / iTunes Music licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Hosted by Kirt Graves / Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram Links Support the podcast
In this episode we’re going to delve into the read-alongs. For those who aren’t members of the Klunatics Facebook Group, read-alongs are a virtual book club in which members participate in live reads and guide readers through discussions about TJ’s books. The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. This episode was written by Mia Sciberras. Special thanks to our season sponsor, Chelsea Verzwyvelt. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. All episodes are now available on YouTube as well. If you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Anything we collect from now until July 1, 2020, will be donated to The Trevor Project. We were so incredibly lucky to have the costs of this podcast quickly covered by your generous support, but now we’re asking for a different kind of support. As we consider whether to continue the podcast beyond this first batch of planned episodes, the most important metric we’ll consider is whether people outside our little group are listening. Does it have appeal for casual or future fans of TJ Klune? And to that end, we have a favor to ask of you. Share this podcast with someone you know who isn’t already a fan. Encourage them to listen to the episode that you enjoyed the most, and help them figure out how podcasts work if they’ve never listened to one before. And then have a conversation about what they liked, what they didn’t get, and whether they’ll listen again. And then let us know how it went. Send us an email at klunaticspodcast@gmail.com. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
For the next two episodes, we’re going to be highlighting the art and artists who have been inspired by TJ Klune to create works of their own. We’re starting with the writers who create fan fiction. In other words…authors. The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. This episode was written by Angela Noll Mohn. Special thanks to our season sponsor, Chelsea Verzwyvelt. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. All episodes are now available on YouTube as well. If you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Anything we collect from now until July 1, 2020, will be donated to The Trevor Project. We were so incredibly lucky to have the costs of this podcast quickly covered by your generous support, but now we’re asking for a different kind of support. As we consider whether to continue the podcast beyond this first batch of planned episodes, the most important metric we’ll consider is whether people outside our little group are listening. Does it have appeal for casual or future fans of TJ Klune? And to that end, we have a favor to ask of you. Share this podcast with someone you know who isn’t already a fan. Encourage them to listen to the episode that you enjoyed the most, and help them figure out how podcasts work if they’ve never listened to one before. And then have a conversation about what they liked, what they didn’t get, and whether they’ll listen again. And then let us know how it went. Send us an email at klunaticspodcast@gmail.com. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
TJ Klune releases his next novel, The House in the Cerulean Sea, tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17. And due to very real concern for public safety in light of the Coronavirus, his book launch party and subsequent tour have been postponed. So TJ is depending on those of us who already love him now more than ever. What can you do to make sure this book launch is still a huge success? Listen and find out! Links Support the podcast
TJ Klune shares some stories from his childhood, what comes next for his career, and more information about wolves than you could ever want to know. Buy Wolfsong: Audible / iTunes / Dreamspinner Buy Murmuration Audible / iTunes / Dreamspinner Music credits: “No Time For Games” licensed by Audioblocks “Johnny Guitar” by Peggy Lee is available on iTunes Hosted by Kirt Graves / Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram Links Support the podcast
In September 2016, author Corinne Duyvis created the hashtag #OwnVoices. Her goal was to be able to find and recommend kidlit books with diverse characters that were written by diverse authors. In the years since, the movement has grown to mean many things to many people, and we examine its place in queer literature. The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. This episode was written by Susannah Frigo. Special thanks to Lindsey Dorcus for voicing the answers provided by April Daniels. You can find out more about Lindsey at www.lindseydorcus.com. And as always, thanks to our season sponsor, Chelsea Verzwyvelt. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. All episodes are now available on YouTube as well. If you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Anything we collect from now until July 1, 2020, will be donated to The Trevor Project. We are once again challenging you to share the podcast with someone new to the world of TJ Klune. Share your favorite episode with them and let us know how it goes. Send us an email at klunaticspodcast@gmail.com. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
We’re going back in time to examine what queer literature looked like in its infancy, how that affected the people who read it, and how it’s evolved to better represent queer people and educate allies. The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. This episode was written by Jon Steiger. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. Special thanks to: Michael Lesley for sharing audio of Until You, by TJ Klune If you like what you heard, please take a moment to rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you’re listening to this episode. We’d also love it if you told a friend. We know that there is a lot of financial uncertainty in the world right now, and we want you to know that the Klunatics podcast will always be free to enjoy. But if you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Anything we collect that exceeds our operating costs for the podcast will be donated to The Trevor Project. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is also available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
This week, we’re doing something new. We gathered a group of Klunatics to have a round table discussion of TJ Klune’s antagonists. Are they evil? Misunderstood? Are villains just the hero of their own story? Like most of the topics we discuss here on The Klunatics Podcast, the answers we come up with may surprise you. Featuring: Chealsea Verzwyvelt, Melissa Logan, Tanya Hess, Anji River, Dene Young, Susannah Frigo, and Michael Lesley A couple of warnings: There are some gentle spoilers for TJ Klune’s books, so proceed with caution, and this conversation also contains a political joke, which we’ve left in despite the Klunatic rule banning political talk precisely because it is, in fact, a joke. The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. This episode was written by Sita Rajasingham. Special thanks to our season sponsor, Tex Tycoon. JK. It’s still Chelsea Verzwyvelt. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. All episodes are now available on YouTube as well. If you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Your generous donations allowed us to make a $500 donation to The Trevor Project. Donations collected after July 1, 2020 will be banked for a potential season two, and please include the name of a charity you think needs our support when you donate. We love The Trevor Project, but we’d like to spread the love. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
We’re only a few episodes away from the end of the first season of The Klunatics Podcast. And there’s a topic we’ve been tip-toeing around in most of our episodes: Found Family. In this episode, we talk about how Found Families, like the Klunatics are important, and how they can be life-saving for queer youth. Gabor Maté - Authenticity vs. Attachment The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. This episode was written by Jon Steiger and Kirt Graves. Special thanks to our season sponsor, Chelsea Verzwyvelt. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. All episodes are now available on YouTube as well. If you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Your contributions for Season One allowed us to make a $500 donation to The Trevor Project. Donations collected after July 1, 2020 will be banked for a potential season two, and please include the name of a charity you think needs our support when you donate. We love The Trevor Project, but we’d like to spread the love. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
The narrator of TJ Klune’s How to be a Normal Person and Olive Juice, Derrick McClain, tells us about his childhood, how working as a youth minister led to narrating audiobooks, and how he’s now helping other narrators and authors create audiobooks through his new company, Wildwood Audio. Buy How To Be A Normal Person: Audible / iTunes / Dreamspinner Buy Olive Juice Audible / iTunes / Dreamspinner Music credits: “No Time For Games” licensed by Audioblocks “Something About Us” by Daft Punk is available on iTunes Hosted by Kirt Graves / Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram Links Support the podcast
What does it mean to love something so much that you’d etch it on your skin? We find out as we talk to Klunatics who have paid tribute to TJ’s work in very permanent ways. The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. This episode was written by Jonny Steiger. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. Special thanks to our season sponsor, Chelsea Verzwyvelt. If you like what you heard, please take a moment to rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you’re listening to this episode. Word of mouth is still the best advertising, so please tell a friend or post about the show on social media. If you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Anything we collect from now until July 1, 2020, will be donated to The Trevor Project. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is also available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
In the first episode of The Klunatics Podcast, host Kirt Graves talks to the administrators of the Klunatics Facebook group, and TJ Klune himself, about the creation of a fandom. The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. If you like what you heard, please take a moment to rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you’re listening to this episode. We’d also love it if you told a friend. If you really, really liked what you heard, and you’d like to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Anything we collect that exceeds our operating costs for the podcast will be donated to The Trevor Project. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and links to all our social media, is also available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about me and my work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
Feralsong is a short story in the Green Creek series that should be enjoyed after Heartsong and before Brothersong (coming in 2020). For the best listening experience, use headphones. Written by TJ Klune | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Narrated by Kirt Graves | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram The text version of Feralsong is available at tjklunebooks.com Find the Klunatics Facebook group. All music and sound effects used in this production are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
In the second episode dedicated to TJ’s fans who are inspired by his words to create their own works of art, we talk to a variety of artists who draw, paint, make videos, and more. The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and me. This episode was written by Sita Rajasingham. Special thanks to our season sponsor, Chelsea Verzwyvelt. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. All episodes are now available on YouTube as well. If you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Anything we collect from now until July 1, 2020, will be donated to The Trevor Project. We were so incredibly lucky to have the costs of this podcast quickly covered by your generous support, but now we’re asking for a different kind of support. As we consider whether to continue the podcast beyond this first batch of planned episodes, the most important metric we’ll consider is whether people outside our little group are listening. Does it have appeal for casual or future fans of TJ Klune? And to that end, we have a favor to ask of you. Share this podcast with someone you know who isn’t already a fan. Encourage them to listen to the episode that you enjoyed the most, and help them figure out how podcasts work if they’ve never listened to one before. And then have a conversation about what they liked, what they didn’t get, and whether they’ll listen again. And then let us know how it went. Send us an email at klunaticspodcast@gmail.com. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
What it takes to be one of TJ’s beta readers: the process, the pain, the privilege. The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. This episode was written by Mia Sciberras. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. If you like what you heard, please take a moment to rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you’re listening to this episode. We’d also love it if you told a friend. We know that there is a lot of financial uncertainty in the world right now, and we want you to know that the Klunatics podcast will always be free to enjoy. But if you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Anything we collect that exceeds our operating costs for the podcast will be donated to The Trevor Project. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is also available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
TJ Klune hosts a virtual launch party for The House in the Cerulean Sea, featuring a live reading, fan Q&A, and at least one gay gasp. (Recorded March 17, 2020, via Instagram and rebroadcast with permission.) Links Support the podcast
Narrator of TJ Klune’s upcoming The Bones Beneath My Skin, Greg Tremblay, is officially welcomed into the Klunatic family, sharing stories from his transient youth and early careers before he found success as an audiobook narrator for hundreds of titles across many genres. Buy the Arc of a Scythe series Audible / iTunes Music credits: “No Time For Games” licensed by Audioblocks “Hunter” by Heather Dale is available on Spotify and Google Play Music Hosted by Kirt Graves / Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram Links Support the podcast
Klunatics are in for a surprise. On October 19, the short story Lovesong will be released in audio right here on the Lovesong podcast. But wait, there’s more! Following the short story, host Kirt Graves has interviews with Derrick McClain, Michael Lesley, Greg Tremblay, and TJ Klune himself! All episodes will be available on October 19. Subscribe now to receive the short story Lovesong in audio and all those awesome interviews for FREE! Music credit: “No Time For Games” licensed by Audioblocks Hosted by Kirt Graves / Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram Links Support the podcast
SPOILER ALERT: The short story Lovesong, presented here in audio, contains spoilers for Wolfsong and Ravensong. The complete text of Lovesong is available at www.tjklunebooks.com. Buy Wolfsong: Audible / iTunes / Dreamspinner Buy Murmuration Audible / iTunes / Dreamspinner Music credits: “Searching for Hope” and “Melodic Acoustic Advert Music” licensed by Audioblocks Hosted by Kirt Graves / Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram Links Support the podcast
The narrator of TJ Klune’s Tales from Verania and At First Sight series, Michael Lesley, gives us some insight on what it takes to add all those special effects to his audiobooks and Buy the Tales From Verania series Audible / iTunes / Dreamspinner Buy the At First Sight series Audible / iTunes / Dreamspinner Music credits: “No Time For Games” licensed by Audioblocks “You and I” by Rick James, remix by John Morales is available on YouTube or on vinyl at Discogs Hosted by Kirt Graves / Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram Links Support the podcast
SPOILER ALERT: The short story Lovesong, presented here in audio, contains spoilers for Wolfsong and Ravensong. The complete text of Lovesong is available at www.tjklunebooks.com. Buy Wolfsong: Audible / iTunes / Dreamspinner Buy Murmuration Audible / iTunes / Dreamspinner Music credits: “Follow Your Heart” and “Searching for Hope” licensed by Audioblocks Hosted by Kirt Graves / Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram Links Support the podcast
Blasphemy! A TJ Klune Short Story When he sees Satan stuck in a rut, God provides a little divine intervention, suggesting the Devil get back to basics. Taking God’s advice, Satan answers a summons to a crossroad on Earth, hellbent on brokering a deal in exchange for the soul of the human who summoned him. The problem with that is the summoner is a deviant twink named Jimmy who immediately falls in love at first sight, much to Satan’s dismay. Blasphemy! Where God is a frat bro who wants to get his brother laid, Satan absolutely does not have time for this shit, and Jimmy wants to climb the Devil like a tree. CONTENT WARNING Straight up: if you are extremely religious and/or find the idea of Satan as a main character to be offensive, this is not the story for you. You have been warned up front. You are 100% allowed to have a boner for Jesus, but please don’t leave comments about how offended you are and blah, blah, blah. Written by TJ Klune | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Produced by Kirt Graves | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram The text version of Blasphemy! is available at tjklunebooks.com Find the Klunatics Facebook group. All music and sound effects used in this production are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
This week, Kirt is joined by TJ Klune to answer questions submitted in the Klunatics Facebook group. Be warned, there are many spoilers for TJ’s books in this episode. If you want to skip some sections of the podcast, check to see if your podcast player allows you to skip chapters within this episode. If not, use the following timestamps to avoid hearing about any books you haven’t yet read: Chapter 1: Introduction [0:00:00 - 0:01:27] Chapter 2: Green Creek [0:01:28 - 0:12:01] Chapter 3: How To Be [0:12:02 - 0:17:12] Chapter 4: Olive Juice [0:17:13 - 0:25:44] Chapter 5: Tales From Verania [0:25:45 - 0:29:56] Chapter 6: The Bones Beneath My Skin [0:29:57 - 0:30:42] Chapter 7: The House in the Cerulean Sea [0:30:43 - 0:35:55] Chapter 8: BOATK [0:35:56 - 0:38:05] Chapter 9: Burn [0:38:06 - 0:41:55] Chapter 10: General Questions (No Spoilers) [0:41:56 - 1:10:21] Chapter 11: Credits [1:10:22 - 1:11:46] The Klunatics Podcast is produced by Susannah Frigo, Luis Garcia, Angela Noll Mohn, Sita Rajasingham, Mia Sciberras, Jon Steiger, and Kirt Graves. Special thanks to TJ Klune for giving so much of his time to us this week. And, as always, a big thank you to our season sponsor, Chelsea Verzwyvelt. Make sure you’re following The Klunatics Podcast on social media. Join our Facebook group and find us on Instagram and Twitter using @KlunaticsPod. If you like what you heard, please take a moment to rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you’re listening to this episode. Word of mouth is still the best advertising, so please tell a friend or post about the show on social media. If you want to support the podcast with a financial contribution, hit the donate button at www.klunaticspodcast.com. Anything we collect from now until July 1, 2020, will be donated to The Trevor Project. Additional information about the podcast, including episode transcripts and the Klunespeak Don’t-Be-A-Dictionary, is also available at www.klunaticspodcast.com. You can find out more about Kirt and his work at www.kirtreads.com. All music and sound effects heard in this episode are licensed by Storyblocks Audio. Links Support the podcast
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Started
Oct 12th, 2018
Latest Episode
Jul 27th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
31
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About 1 hour
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