Carrie gushes over the Peacock series Girls5Eva, K.W. gets her academic on with the Netflix series The Chair, and they both discuss women in horror films, specifically the trope of not being believed.
Writer Amanda Bales joins us for a talk on her new short-story collection, Pekolah Stories, and her writing process. Part 1 of 2.
Listen to Amanda's playlist for her book on Spotify.
Jeff Hessell, GM of the actual-play RPG podcast The Cast Perilous, joins Carrie and K.W. for a chat on all things role-playing games!
Follow The Cast Perilous on Twitter @thecastperilous and listen wherever you get your podcasts.
Carrie talks about the first novella in Martha Wells' The Murderbot Diaries series, All Systems Red. K.W. talks about the Marvel/Disney+ series Loki. And they discuss the new Hulu series Nine Perfect Strangers.
K.W. talks about the movie A Quiet Place Part II, Carrie talks about the drama series Sacred Lies, and they discuss writing productivity, inspired by Kate Hall's A Book a Week. As K.W. says, "You're making clay, not a pot."
It's a television episode! Carrie talks about the AMC show Kevin Can F*** Himself, K.W. talks about the ABC sitcom Happy Endings, newly on Netflix, and they discuss the Amazon Prime show The Wilds.
Carrie talks about the movie Ophelia, based on Shakespeare's Hamlet, K.W. talks about the drama series The Americans, and they both talk about the comedy special Tig Notaro: Drawn.
It's another break week as we give you a classic episode, Episode 28.
Sci-fi author Heidi Ruby Miller joins us to talk about cyberpunk, including the Netflix series Altered Carbon, based on the novel by Richard K. Morgan.
Find Heidi on Instagram @heidirubymiller and online at www.heidirubymiller.com.
Carrie also talks about her recent viewing of the 2018 film Fast Color.