“A Thousand Things to Talk About”: A Pocket-Sized Podcast to Jump-Start Your Brain

A Thousand Things to Talk About is a short-form nonfiction podcast in which host Andrea Parrish asks the listener one questions each episode: A database of questions and some facts to inform your discussion about them. New short podcast episodes every weekday. Long episodes occasionally. Created by Andrea Parrish, produced by Jeremiah Puhek. This podcast […]

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2017’s Best in Podcasts: Nonfiction

1. Nancy If the podcasting industry needed any nonfiction show this year, it needed Nancy. In times where LGBT+/queer identities often feel both more public and more understood, Nancy serves as both a haven and a resource. The show is about LGBT+/queer culture and issues, but without feeling like it’s making a massive statement about its content. In […]

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First Impressions: “Unplaced” a Haunting Audio Drama Discusses Isolation and Erasure

Unplaced is a new science fiction audio drama by Michelle Nickolaisen, writer of the Woldslip series. The plot centers around a woman who wakes up to find that nobody can see or hear her, and her determination to find out why. Here is the show’s summary, taken from its website: Unplaced is an audio drama that tells the story […]

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