In a broad field of options for your Coronatimes listening pleasure, we found notable recent debuts, triumphant returns and some stalwart veterans for your listening pleasure.
Read the synopses, then click the titles for their Spotify feeds. Each is also available on most any streaming service you might prefer.
Host: B.T. Harman
True crime meets Atlanta’s racial history. Harman is into creepy murder stories out of Georgia, and as a gay man, he’s especially drawn to LGBTQ themes.
Creators: Brandon Kraemer, Liz Macke and Stephen Mank
High Fantasy. Low attendance. For the staff of the Rivercliffe Museum of Mostly Natural Histories, the only thing harder than finding new patrons is suffering each other. This magic-and-monsters workplace comedy audio drama is disguised as a podcast.
Hosts: Helmut Domagalski, Bennett Schnyder, Stuart Terrell and Dante Rhodes
“We’re offering the diversity of opinions that comes from our different, unique experiences,” Domagalski told Georgia Voice of his gay male-focused concept.
Hosts: Alli Vaccaro and Melisa Raney
After leaving their husbands to come out as gay, these Atlanta women help people around the world seeking to come out later in life. Read our compelling interview.
Hosts: Brigitte Bidet and Ella Saurus Rex
These drag personalities welcome local luminaries, nationally recognized drag queens and other LGBTQ people of interest each week. The productions are the brainchild of Wussy Mag’s Jon Dean.
Check out his panel discussions on queer films, too: Wussy Movie Club.
Host: Ian Aber
Q columnist, local comedian and show runner Ian Aber interviews straight people about their elusory ways and LGBTQ people about best guesses what straight people are up to. All with hilarity in mind and tongues in cheeks. Count on him to keep it sassy.
Host: Project Q Atlanta founder Matt Hennie
Meet LGBTQ and allied newsmakers, performers and other community members and dig deeper into the stories they inspire on Project Q and in Q ATLus magazine.
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