42 episodes

Mabel is a fiction podcast about ghosts, family secrets, strange houses, and missed connections.

Mabel Becca De La Rosa & Mabel Martin

    • Performing Arts
    • 4.3 • 50 Ratings

Mabel is a fiction podcast about ghosts, family secrets, strange houses, and missed connections.

    Episode Forty: The Deterritorialization of Time

    Episode Forty: The Deterritorialization of Time

    The past is never what we believe it to be. Featuring: an insidious remembering.
    Music: Why Don't You Write When You Don't Need Money by Bob Roberts, Northern Lights by VYVCH, Three Chain Links by Magic Hour, Searching in Carverns by ROZKOL, Comadreamers I by Haunted Me, and M, Volume II by (morse).
    Written by Becca De La Rosa and Mabel Martin. Guest starring: Dorrie Sacks as Janet Kirk, Alexandra Serova as Aconite, and Meg Dixon as Aurora Silver.


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    • 20 min
    Episode Thirty-Nine: Reverie

    Episode Thirty-Nine: Reverie

    Moon and mirror. Flesh and bone. Reality and fiction. Then and now. Before and after. Is and is not. Journalist and florist. World and world. Featuring: who are these voices, again? Are we meant to recognize them? Are we meant to know their names? Where are we? What have we done?
    Music: Why Don't You Write When You Don't Need Money by Bob Roberts, Stay 17 by Peter Rudenko, Precisamos de um plano by rui, and M, Volume II by (morse).
     
    Written by Becca De La Rosa and Mabel Martin.
     
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    • 19 min
    Episode Thirty-Eight: Revelation

    Episode Thirty-Eight: Revelation

    Who is the daughter of the king under the hill? Featuring: many different threads, unraveling.
    Music: Why Don't You Write When You Don't Need Money by Bob Roberts, Flor De Hielo by Taker 51, and M, Volume II by (morse).


    Written by Becca De La Rosa and Mabel Martin. Guest starring: Dorrie Sacks as Janet Kirk, Alexandra Serova as Aconite, and Meg Dixon as Aurora Silver.


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    • 19 min
    Episode Thirty-Seven: Pas de Deux

    Episode Thirty-Seven: Pas de Deux

    Every king has a coronation. And what kind of coronation would it be if everything went perfectly to plan? Featuring: an old friend, a new realization, an interrupted ritual.
    Music: Why Don't You Write When You Don't Need Money by Bob Roberts, Three kites circling by Axletree, L'Etoile danse (Pt. 2) by Meydän, and M, Volume II by (morse).
     
    Written by Becca De La Rosa and Mabel Martin. Guest starring: Dorrie Sacks as Janet Kirk and Alexandra Serova as Aconite.
     
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    • 20 min
    Episode Thirty-Six: Rendering

    Episode Thirty-Six: Rendering

    A rightful heir must have a history. But which one is it? Featuring: multiplicity in many forms, reverberation, divergence, a sweeter story.
    Music: Why Don't You Write When You Don't Need Money by Bob Roberts, True by Nctrnm, and M, Volume II by (morse).
    Written by Becca De La Rosa and Mabel Martin. Guest starring: Dorrie Sacks as Janet Kirk, Alexandra Serova as Aconite, and Meg Dixon as Aurora Silver.
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    • 20 min
    Episode Thirty-Five: Delirium

    Episode Thirty-Five: Delirium

    Alone, together. Alone. Together. A fever gnashes its teeth. Featuring: an old deal, a new deal, a great deal of shed blood.
    Music: Why Don't You Write When You Don't Need Money by Bob Roberts, Evermore by Kai Engel, Cold War Echo by Kai Engel, Oneiri by Kai Engel, Ice Chimes by Lee Rosevere, Fairytale by Kai Engel, and M, Volume II by (morse).
    Written by Becca De La Rosa and Mabel Martin.
     
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    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
50 Ratings

50 Ratings

NormandyExpressCrew ,

Came for the gays and stayed for them

I was really here for the queer representation as I go into most podcasts. Other podcasts, specifically the penumbra, have me staying for the stories, and characters though that was not the case for this one. It's an incredibly poetic podcast and some scenes actually take my breath away "This is the woman that will eat my heart" killed me. Also the end of season 5 genuinely made me scream. Though the poetics get tired after a while like the words "of me" are used so often I began using it when I never did before. It's essentially an epic poem.

I did not understand the plot at all. I was just along for the ride really while our girls figured it out. I couldn't make sense of it. I feel like if I actually was interested in the genre and cared about more than the gay characters I could have. But I didn't so I just nodded my head anytime they introduced a plot line that I felt like I was supposed to understand but just didn't.

Now for the representation. F*ing A, really awesome having gay main characters, having queerness be central to the plot. Though their relationship as far as Season 5 at least is not healthy. Would be great to have more of the protection stuff and less of the constant fighting.

RuthlessMorticia ,

💕

Love this podcast so much! 💕💜💕

enso. ,

Starts out okay but goes downhill

As the podcast progresses it becomes more difficult to follow. There is a level of incoherence here that just got to much. I gave up in season 2. I get the impression that this podcast is a number of great ideas which have not been fully formed cobbled together.

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