44 episodes

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

Mabel Becca De La Rosa & Mabel Martin

    • Arts
    • 4.5 • 684 Ratings

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

    Episode Forty-Two: The Past is a Dream of Itself

    Episode Forty-Two: The Past is a Dream of Itself

    One story. Many beginnings. Featuring: something split, like kindling.
     
    Music: Circle of Bones by ROZCOL, Snowmen by Kai Engel, Meekness by Kai Engel, Song of the Black Wind by Mabel Martin, Dark is a Bird by Becca De La Rosa, Thoughtforms by Evgeni Rogozin, thirtyone by CXLVII, Hidden by DASK, Night III by Swelling, and M, Volume II by (morse).
    Written by Becca De La Rosa and Mabel Martin. Guest starring: Dorrie Sacks as Janet Kirk, Reina Roman as Lolo Garcia, and C.S.W. from the podcast Incarnation Read as Jonathan Mills.
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    • 29 min
    Episode Forty-One: A Superfluity

    Episode Forty-One: A Superfluity

    New year, new you. Featuring: a girl, a mirror.
    Music: Circle of Bones by ROZCOL, End of Infinity by Unheard Music Concepts, Song of the Black Wind by Mabel Martin, and M, Volume II by (morse).
    Written by Becca De La Rosa and Mabel Martin. Guest starring: Dorrie Sacks as Janet Kirk, Reina Roman as Lolo Garcia, and Meg Dixon as Aurora Silver.
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    • 22 min
    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

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
684 Ratings

684 Ratings

Surfcat52060 ,

Poetic and Lyrical But…

Like many I found this one well written and acted but intentionally opaque and slow. With a little editing it could be great… it seems plot development was not a priority…

Rico_de_Pico ,

Interesting but incomplete

A great premise, but the episodes get weaker as you go, which makes me think the creators were creating the story as they went instead of starting with the end in mind. In other words, good idea, poor execution.

kelbaby1 ,

Gratitude

Thank you and thank you for a story and a clever approach that presumes we have at least a fair degree of intelligence. Just discovered Mabel and am very impressed and pleased. Going to feel it out a bit more before I commit by Patreon (have made that mistake before) but so far really good.

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