The Girl Crowd podcast explores the minds of creative people in the LGBTQ+ community.
Silas Howard, Director (Transparent, Faking It, This Is Us, The Fosters)
In this episode we speak with filmmaker and Hollywood director Silas Howard. Silas has directed some of your favorite tv episodes, from This Is Us, The Fosters, Faking It, and Amazon's Transparent. He is also the first transgender director of Transparent. You can read more about Silas in his Vanity Fair interview. Be sure to check out his most recent work at silashoward.com.
Music from this episode is available on Spotify and iTunes.
Michelle Hanson, Red Rue Series
On this episode we speak with Michelle Hanson, writer and director of the new YouTube supernatural lesbian series, Red Rue. It premieres on YouTube Monday, September 18, 2017. I got the privilege to chat with Michelle about the upcoming series.
Julia Diana Robertson, Beyond the Screen Door
This week we speak with Julia Diana Robertson, author of Beyond the Screen Door. We talk about when she got into writing, her influences and her background in music. Check out her new book, available Sept. 30, 2016: http://amzn.to/2cAh79g Music: Goo.
Erin Judge, Author of Vow of Celibacy
In this episode we speak with Erin Judge, an author and comedian located in LA. Her debut novel, "Vow of Celibacy" is out August 9th. For more info check out her website and follow her on Twitter. Also check out her upcoming shows and book tour dates! Music: Goo.
Natalie Nicole Gilbert, Musician, Songwriter
This episode we speak with musician and songwriter Natalie Nicole Gilbert! You can check out her music on iTunes or on thegirlcrowd.com/music. Follow her on Instagram at NNGMusic and follow her on Twitter! Music: Goo.
YouTubers, Elle is for Laura
This week we speak with YouTubers and couple, Elle and Laura, located in the UK. Check out their videos on their YouTube page, Elle is for Laura! Follow them on Twitter and subscribe to their content. Music: Goo.
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Thanks for bringing the LGBT community together!
really great podcast
A Welcome Addition
It's great to see a podcast focused on women, and queer culture, in the way that has been accomplished here! The topics and guests are diverse, and Ashley as a host has a captivating voice, and develops quick and warm rapport with the guests she interviews.