Remember what it was like to be an awkward teenager? And remember how some things haven't really changed that much for you since then? Join proud dork Janet Varney as she explores the highs and lows of the bygone years with some of her favorite women as they talk their way through the terrible teens into adult-lescence.
Warning: This Podcast Contains Sincerity.
Blogging at work, Flagging at school, and how to carefully pick which horror movies you jump into during a rousing game of M.A.S.H. with this week’s guest, comedian/writer/actor/podcaster Halle Kiefer!
This week JV reconnects with her audition buddy, comedian and actor Melinda Hill (“Inappropriate”).
So many other important lessons come this week from comedian Jess Salomon (The El-Salomons), who talks cilantro, triathlons, and Quebec City and so much more.
Writer, artist, and games producer, Libby Ward talks Tucson deserts with a very excited JV, but more importantly shares her values of inclusion, diversity, teamwork and love.
This week brings us the talented Nashville-based musician Eloise Alterman, who chats with JV about the glorious Stevie Nicks, the perfect vanilla sheet cake, and being just grown-up enough to know you’re just young enough to make big moves.
This week’s episode welcomes the utterly delightful Becca Scott (Good Time Society), whose intelligence, humor and compassion will somehow make you believe in all of humanity! Plus, a dip into Victorian times, partially in honor of the RPG where JV and BS first met… as tiny British orphans.
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Great pod from a great person
I was drawn to JV club because of Janet's work on the Legend of Korra, but I stayed with the podcast because of Janet. She respectfully interviews the guests--wonderful podcast with wonderful hosts to hang out with!
Too good for words.
What can I say? I was super late coming to the J.V. Club. I found Janet on @midnight found her hilarious, somehow didn’t realise that not only did she have this amazing podcast but she was the voice of Korra?!?!
I’ve been binging as many episodes as I can. Janet has a wonderful interview style, and I always feel like I am right in the room with them. I didn’t even realise that it was interviews exclusively with women until I ran into “The Boys of Summer” sections.
I can’t recommend this podcast enough.