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September Is International Podcast Month (IPM)! IPM is a collaborative event where podcasters come together to create unique episodes that are released throughout the month of September on the IPM RSS feed. This month-long event celebrates the podcasting community! It’s a wonderful opportunity for podcasters to cross-promote, celebrate each other, and share the love of podcasting with the world. We’re bringing creators together to generate incredible content this September.

With a focus on marginalized creators, we're building communities, sharing listeners, and boosting each other's voices. As in past years, IPM features a collaboration of many diverse and inclusive podcasting folks on Audio Fiction/Audio Drama Minisodes, Creator Conversation Episodes, Coming Soon Features, Non-Fiction Episodes, RPG Actual-Play One-Shots, and a month-long blog. The Non-Fiction and Audio Fiction episodes are special minisodes made by their creators and casts, while the RPG Actual-Play One-Shots are made up of a variety of creators across the podcasting medium who have gotten together just for their one episode (though whether or not they decide to continue their campaigns is up to them!).

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September Is International Podcast Month (IPM)! IPM is a collaborative event where podcasters come together to create unique episodes that are released throughout the month of September on the IPM RSS feed. This month-long event celebrates the podcasting community! It’s a wonderful opportunity for podcasters to cross-promote, celebrate each other, and share the love of podcasting with the world. We’re bringing creators together to generate incredible content this September.

With a focus on marginalized creators, we're building communities, sharing listeners, and boosting each other's voices. As in past years, IPM features a collaboration of many diverse and inclusive podcasting folks on Audio Fiction/Audio Drama Minisodes, Creator Conversation Episodes, Coming Soon Features, Non-Fiction Episodes, RPG Actual-Play One-Shots, and a month-long blog. The Non-Fiction and Audio Fiction episodes are special minisodes made by their creators and casts, while the RPG Actual-Play One-Shots are made up of a variety of creators across the podcasting medium who have gotten together just for their one episode (though whether or not they decide to continue their campaigns is up to them!).

    CC: Tess Cocchio with Ella Watts

    CC: Tess Cocchio with Ella Watts

    Tess Cocchio, IPM Org Team Member, interviews Ella Watts.

    Ella Watts

    Follow Ella @GejWatts on Twitter
    Follow The Orphans @OrphansAudio on Twitter
    Find Ella's work online at: https://bit.ly/EllaWatts

    Editing
    Edited by Tess Cocchio @RPG_Casts on Twitter

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    • 44 min
    NF: Jennifer's Body (2009)

    NF: Jennifer's Body (2009)

    Drinking And Screaming is a queer and feminist podcast about horror movies and cocktails. Join Char and Kelly as they dive into the slightly-dated-and-definitely-badly-marketed Jennifer’s Body (2009). This week’s horror movie discussion revolves around the film’s dark comedic tone, queer representation, and awful writing.

    Content Warning
    Sex, ableism, assault, gore, alcohol

    Credits
    Hosts: Charlene Bayer & Kelly Wright

    Producer: Charlene Bayer

    Editor: Kelly Wright

    Logo Design: Kelly Wright

    Featured Film: Jennifer’s Body (2009)

    Featured Cocktail: The Virgin

    Featured Products: N/A

    About
    Drinking and Screaming is a weekly horror movie review podcast that’s typically released every Monday. If you’d like to support our show, please subscribe for free in iTunes’ Apple Podcasts (or wherever you get your podcasts from) and leave us a review! Tell your friends about us!

    Drinking and Screaming will always be free for everyone, for more information visit our website at www.drinkingandscreaming.com.

    You can buy Drinking And Screaming merch at https://drinkingandscreaming.threadless.com/

    For our fans that want to help make this show the best it can be, please consider becoming a patron at www.patreon.com/drinkandscream.

    Reach out to us if you have any movies you want us to review, cool cocktail suggestions, or any other ideas you want to share! It’s our goal to feature local products and ingredients in our cocktails whenever possible, and we are happy to partner with local distilleries and breweries! Thanks for listening to Drinking and Screaming, and remember: Always Scream Responsibly!

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    • 26 min
    RPG: Songs for the Dusk - The Rise of Isan

    RPG: Songs for the Dusk - The Rise of Isan

    It has been 424 years since the Cataclysm that ended the Radiant Era.

    Well, it has been 424 years since anyone started counting years again, at least. In that time, humanity crawled back out of their bunkers and began to build a new world atop the unfathomable bones of the old.

    This has had some drawbacks.

    No one really knows how the technology of the Radiant Era worked, and sometimes some piece of the distant past will wake up and cause trouble. When that happens, someone has to go find out what's going on and find a way to make it stop. Most people don't want to be that someone, but sometimes you're just in the wrong place at the wrong time, or your community believes in you, or the siren song of profit and power catches your ear.

    Recently, the sleepy town of Isan in the mountainous Pinelocke region has had a few troubling developments. At first, it seemed like the tremors were little more than the earthquakes that occasionally shook the hills-- but when Isan wrenched itself from the ground and began to float up into the sky, the citizens had some concerns and turned to their local heroes for help. Whether you're ready or not, today you're one of those heroes. The town has not yet stopped ascending, and eventually that's going to cause some serious habitability problems. At the same time, powers near and far may see this as an opportunity... or a threat.

    A group of Augurs-- scholars who travel Tamaris studying curiosities-- just happens to be passing through, along with the cast and crew of a popular ghost hunting TV show. Together, they must uncover the mystery of Isan's rise... and bring the town back down to earth.

    Content Warning
    Potential CW for body horror: an NPC acts as host for a fungal network, and has fungal filaments growing through her brain and hair.

    The Players
    Aster, the Scholar (they/them) is played by Rhi (she/her) from The Magpies @magpies_pod. You can find her on Twitter @rhiannon42.

    Crescentmoon "CJ" Jalili (any) is played by Bea (she/her) from Unlabelled @UnlabelledAP. You can find her on Twitter @spacedoobie.

    Mezzanine Skipjack, the Scrapper (he/him) is played by Thomas (he/him) from Wild Endeavors. You can find him on Twitter @WildEndeavors.

    The Guide
    Your friendly guide is Arp (he/they) from Stories of a Broken Sun @BrokenSunRPG. You can find them on Twitter @Whycalibur.

    Thanks & Credits
    Thank you to @chris_geldart on Twitter for the use of his gorgeous Songs for the Dusk clocks and maps for Roll20.

    The episode's intro song is Benue by Javier Madinabeitia, which you can find at www.filmstro.com/music.

    The Game
    Get Songs for the Dusk here: https://yrgirlkv.itch.io/songsforthedusk

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    • 2 hrs 6 min
    CS: Searching for the Aswang - Trailer

    CS: Searching for the Aswang - Trailer

    Coming November 1st, 2020
    For as long as people have inhabited the Philippines, there has been an evil spirit waiting just beyond the light, craving blood. This cryptid--for all its potential--has never made it far from the islands, and in many ways, it didn’t need to. There, it has found itself a folk tradition to call its kingdom from which to rule the darkness, unconquerable.

    Beyond the Philippines, the aswang hasn’t been discussed. And yet, there’s one podcast host daring
    enough to dive deep into this legend to see what makes this cryptid so powerful and yet bound to the land that bore it.

    Credits
    Written, edited, and produce by MJ Bailey
    Sound Effects from www.Freesound.org
    Music licensed from www.SoundslikeanEarful.com


    https://www.miscellanymedia.online/hugot-podcasting
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    Transcript: https://www.miscellanymedia.online/hugot-podcasting
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    • 7 min
    AD: Audra and Richelle

    AD: Audra and Richelle

    Time passed, and as happens with some, the star and the mermaid fell in love.

    Content Warning
    Loss of senses, falling

    ComeOnInPod
    Creator and Storyteller: Shade Oyemakinwa


    Come On In, The Water’s Fine is a yearly fiction anthology made to celebrate and explore the
    mermaid. It’s in May because that’s when #MerMay is.

    Transcripts for the rest of the series are available at crownprincessproductions.wordpress.com
    Support me on patreon: https://patreon.com/lovelymissoye
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    Music
    Theme song is “Bittersweet” by Kevin MacLeod
    Bittersweet Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    Falling Sequence music is “Light Thought, var 1” by Kevin MacLeod
    Light Thought var 1 Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    RSS Feed for Come On In
    https://pinecast.com/feed/come-on-in

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    • 17 min
    RPG: Beam Saber

    RPG: Beam Saber

    Content Warning
    Violence

    The Game
    Beam Saber is a game about the pilots of powerful machines in a war that dominates every facet of life. They are trying to do their time and part and get out physically and mentally intact. The organizations that perpetuate The War through all of known space are too incomprehensibly huge to take down. There is no ‘winning’ The War, there is only surviving it. Hopefully, you can make things a bit better before you move on.

    No one Faction controls Earth. While it has little strategic value, essentially a backwater planet, the symbolic value for morale is unimaginable. The actual home of humanity. Every faction wants it, but none of them are willing to cede other territory to gain control of it. The result is the current standoff. Every Faction has a space elevator, but there’s still one left unclaimed. It belongs the Independents. Lately travelers between Fort Jovanol and Journey City have been experiencing raids by an unnamed squad. Our intel points to a Jovangellian Squad called The Raccoons. The Empire denies any knowledge of their activity, but they have taken no action to secure the territory. Recon has tracked them to an old armory. The Warning Shots, a group of emissaries under the charge of an old soldier named Chip Canticle, have been given the task to convince the Raccoons to stop their raiding of caravans.

    The Players

    Christine of Unexplored Places – Antiquity Hardt
    Joshua of Tabletop Comics – Sarge
    Matt of Merely Roleplayers – Parris Elt

    ree

    The GM
    Robin of Tabletop Buffoonery

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    • 1 hr 29 min

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