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A podcast about everything you ever loved but were afraid to talk about. Hosted by Anne Kirn and Emily Kardamis, featuring a new guest every episode.

Guilty Treasures Anne Kirn and Emily Kardamis

    • Arts
    • 5.0 • 27 Ratings

A podcast about everything you ever loved but were afraid to talk about. Hosted by Anne Kirn and Emily Kardamis, featuring a new guest every episode.

    Announcement

    Announcement

    Hey everyone, an important announcement in this episode. Please tune in because there's some great bonus info for you as well!

    Follow the show on Twitter: @treasurescast

    Your hosts are Anne Kirn (@house_of_darkly) and Emily Kardamis (@corruptedgem).

    Intro, outro, and interstitial music is "Welcome!" by RoccoW, used under Creative Commons.

    • 3 min
    55: Audio Storytelling (Garrett Schultz)

    55: Audio Storytelling (Garrett Schultz)

    We talk with Garrett Schultz about audio storytelling, how we've constantly reinvented the oral tradition of stories, and how sound alone can be a narrator.

    Guest plugs: Destrier Audio, Hello From The Magic Tavern

    Follow the show on Twitter: @treasurescast

    Your hosts are Anne Kirn (@house_of_darkly) and Emily Kardamis (@corruptedgem).

    Intro, outro, and interstitial music is "Welcome!" by RoccoW, used under Creative Commons.

    • 56 min
    54: Supermarket Sweep (Amanda Freberg)

    54: Supermarket Sweep (Amanda Freberg)

    We talk with Amanda Freberg about Supermarket Sweep, the comfort of familiar media, and the joy in the wholesomeness of a very loud sweater (among other things.)

    Guest plugs: All's Fair in Lava and Floor

    Follow the show on Twitter: @treasurescast

    Your hosts are Anne Kirn (@house_of_darkly) and Emily Kardamis (@corruptedgem).

    Intro, outro, and interstitial music is "Welcome!" by RoccoW, used under Creative Commons.

    • 50 min
    53: World Ballet Day (Mimi Chiu)

    53: World Ballet Day (Mimi Chiu)

    We talk with Mimi Chiu about World Ballet Day, the joy of watching the expertise of another, and appreciating all of the details and work that go into an art form.

    • 50 min
    52: Tom Waits (Drew Davenport)

    52: Tom Waits (Drew Davenport)

    We talk with Drew Davenport about Tom Waits, finding media that clicks with you at a formative time in your life, and the dangers of experimental folk music.

    • 49 min
    51: Collecting R2D2s (Stephen Poon)

    51: Collecting R2D2s (Stephen Poon)

    We talk with Stephen Poon about collecting R2D2 figures and memorabilia, whether you choose to start collecting or stumble upon it, and learning to appreciate details through a focused collection.

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

[Kluggy] ,

Absolutely phenomenal

Everything about this podcast is so compelling and interesting, listening to people talk about things that they really love is something that doesn’t happen as often as it should. This podcast makes me want to just cuddle up in a window with a nice cup of tea and relax, it really makes my days so much brighter every time I listen. Plus the hosts are truly exceptional people who I am grateful to have an opportunity to get to know better

Bob ehfb. B ,

magic pengal discussion a beauty, wow!

Well, now I am a subscriber. The hosts really impressed me as they listened and bantered with artist guest, Skyler Badalament-Tirrell. Emily and Anne are so charming right off the start. They set the table for a concept discussion I really connected with, nostalgia that was never really there. To say I was really intrigued by this concept and their guest Sky’s story is an understatement. (I became aware of this podcast because I am a fan of Skyler’s work!) This was such a creative way to learn some of his backstory while learning about a game that, yes... i now wish I had played, in my childhood. When Emily states, “small Emily would have lost her mind over this,” and later Anne gets lost in nostagia, kindred spirit alarms were ringing. Anne pulled some questions at the end that I swear I had earlier in the podcast, so that was deeply satisfying, and props to Emily and Anne for getting questions in without ever slowing down the pace of this interview. Emily’s laughter was contagious. Anne brought some gravitas without any pretense at all. Sky is so positive and this was such a feel good interview. Around the time Sky says jokingly “everything is just the same, there are no genres,” the interview is bringing an unexpected tone of brilliant and succinct critique of an often critical online world, and Emily and Anne's great reactions to sky’s world view vindicated a whole bunch of us, I just have a feeling. So I listened twice, shared the link and flipped over to apple podcasts just to subscribe and review. Emily and Anne, your podcast is a joy. I have something new to look forward to. Listening to Nancy Drew podcast currently now, wow can all your podcasts be this good. Going to try and find out. Thank you, keep up the great unique and special topics!

Aarlone ,

Deeply engaging and very fun

A wonderful conversational podcast about how we've all got something that fills us with delight. It's hard to not be happy while listening, and also REALLY hard to not engage with the conversations, thinking about my own relationship with the varied topics brought by each guest, whether it's Lego or cosplay or riffing on movies.

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