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Women already face tough barriers breaking into this industry, so we are dedicating this issue to lifting up the voices and stories of those very same women. Until next time, Ashley PS: Over women participated in Werk It this year, and we tried to find as many of them as we could on Twitter.
Follow them. Listen to their shows. Celebrate their work. The Far Meridian , which is told from the point of view of an agoraphobic woman whose lighthouse gets her out into the world to find her missing brother. The Strange Case of Starship Iris brings you in right in the middle of disaster to the only survivor left on a dying starship, Violet Liu, as she learns to trust the only person who might get her out alive.
Agatha Christie would be proud. For more drinking and talking about badass women of history, please see any episode of the Queens podcast. The latest covers Olympias, Queen of Macedonia. Also spoiler alert: it really sucked for Rielle Hunter. Saturday School , from the Potluck Collective, teaches Asian-American pop culture history every week, when all the other kids are watching cartoons. The latest episode Kumu Hina — also a Netflix documentary from — is about a hula teacher in Hawaii who identifies as mahu someone in the middle of male and female mentoring a young student who also identifies mahu on indigenous Hawaiian culture, hula, and gender.
Saturday School is short in length but packs a punch. Calen recommends: In The Marble Garden, Sawyer Westbrook roams the cemeteries of North America and highlights the fascinating stories of those interred. The latest episode, The Blackburns , tells the story of runaway slaves, Detroit, and a race riot. Tamar is a master at telling the story behind the story behind the artwork. Ashley recommends: When I think about celebrating women in audio, I hear the voices of those those reporters and producers that keep me coming back to my favorite shows.
I mention Stacia Brown every chance I get because not enough people know her work, particularly her series The Rise of Charm City , a documentary on the complicated history of Baltimore. Zoe Chace covered the election in ways no one else did. The Genie is Out of the Bottle is a particularly prescient episode on guns. I know Starlee Kine is working on other projects behind-the-scenes, but I miss her voice and will be glad for her to find a new home. This decade-old segment from This American Life still reminds me why I fell in love with this medium.