The Grr in Fangrrl Podcast
Ep 1: Conversations with Women in Fandom: Tanya Cook, We talk with Sociology Professor and the Founder of Alway Keep Nerd Fighting, Doctor Tanya Cook about Fan Activism. You can follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/AKNerdFighting and https://twitter.com/ProfTanyaCook on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/tanya.cook1 and https://www.facebook.com/AlwaysKeepNerdFighting
Ep 2: Conversations with Women in Horror: Dana DeLorenzo We talk with Dana about her work on Ash vs Evil Dead, her love of the horror genre and her upcoming appearances on Perpetual Grace, LTD premiering on Epix on June 2. You can follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/ImDanaDeLorenzo and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/imdanadelorenzo
Ep 3: Conversations with Women in Horror: Felissa Rose We talk with the actor, producer (Sleepaway Camp, Joe Bob Briggs Last Drive-In) about her career, juggling family and work, what it means to be a Scream Queen, the horror community and how you can be a part of her upcoming documentary ANGELA The Official Sleepaway Camp Documentary. You can follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Felissa_Rose and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/felissarose123
Ep 4: Conversations with Women in Horror: Diana “Darcy The Mail Girl” Prince We talk with actor, Diana “Darcy The Mail Girl” Prince about her work at Playboy TV, her introduction to the horror genre and her appearances with Joe Bob Briggs on The Last Drive-in on Shudder. You can follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/kinky_horror , Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/DianaPrincexo/ and her website at http://dianaprincexxx.com
Ep. 5: Conversations with Women in Horror: Jenn Wexler Conversations with women in horror continues with Jenn Wexler Director, THE RANGER. Producer, DEPRAVED, MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND, LIKE ME, PSYCHOPATHS, DARLING. We discuss Jenn's first feature The Ranger, currently screening on Shudder, a brief history of punk films and their influence on The Ranger, the punk rock final girl and empowering women in the film industry and on screen. You can follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/j_wex and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/bubblegumandblood
Ep. 6: Conversations with Women in Horror: Amber Benson We chat with our friend, and early Squee Project supporter, Amber Benson.. She is best known for her role as Tara Maclay on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and has also directed, produced and starred in her own films. Her books include The Ghosts of Albion, the Calliope Reaper-Jones series and The Witches of Echo Park series. She is currently writing The Morning Show Mysteries airing on the Hallmark Channel and a pilot for The Witches of Echo Park.You can follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/amber_benson and Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/rebma_nosneb
Ep 7. Conversations with Women in Media: Susan Hurwitz Arneson Conversation with Executive Co-Producer/Writer The Tick and Preacher. We discuss her work on The Tick and Preacher, writing strong women characters, working with Ben Edlund, and how fans can help save the Tick #SaveTheTick. Susan shares a secret story about the character Bronze Star! Follow her on Twitter https://twitter.com/batdorkgirl
Bonus Ep 1 : Christopher Cullen of WhedonCon19 We talk with Christopher Cullen, Social Media Coordinator for WhedonCon. Guests inclue James Marsters, Julie Benz, Juliet Landau, Andrew Ferchland, Christophe Beck, Camden Toy, James C Leary, Dagney Kerr, Gigi Edgley, Iyari Limon, Jonathan Woodward, Julia Lee, Miracle Laurie, Uke Box Heroes, Ghost of the Robot, Summer Glau. More details and buy tickets at https://www.whedoncon.com, https://twitter.com/WhedonCon https://www.facebook.com/WhedonCon https://www.instagram.com/whedoncon and https://whedoncon.tumblr.com
Ep. 8: Conversations with Women in Horror: Dee Wallace Conversation with Scream Queen and legendary Actor, Dee Wallace. We discuss her work as a life coach, her methods for "Directing YOur Day", her Ted Talk,, her incredible career including the challenging role in Cujo and her role as the sassy Mildred on Supernatural.Check out her website at www.IAmDeeWallace.com and her weekly radio show www.blogtalkradio.com/ConsciousCreation where you can call in and talk with her about your life and she'll coach you to be happier and more productive. She's proud to announce her daughter Gabrielle Stone's first book will be available at the end of June. For more information go to www.EatPrayFML.com. "A wise woman one said "Fuck that shit and lived happily ever after" Now that's quote I can get behind!
Ep. 9: Conversations with Women in Horror: Debbie Rochon Conversation with Horror Icon, Debbie Rochon. Her cconsiderable contributions have spanned every aspect of the genre from acting, directing, writing, and radio. She has worked with Troma, Joe Bob Briggs and Fangoria to mention just a few. She is currently writing a book From the Underbelly to the Underground about her experiences a a teen on the street due out in 2021. Check out her website at https://www.debbierochon.com and on follow her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/DebbieRochonNewsPage, Twitter https://twitter.com/DebbieRochon and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/officialdebbierochon
Ep. 10: Conversations with Women in Fandom: Lynn Zubernis We discuss all things Supernatural, including coping with the upcoming final season of Supernatural, Lynn's latest book project featuring essays from the women of Supernatural and the ways in which fandom inspires and supports creativity. She has spent the last twelve years going behind the scenes of her favorite television show, Supernatural, researching the show and interviewing both the stars and the fans. Her new book, "Family Don't End With Blood: Cast and Fans on How Supernatural Has Changed Lives", is a love letter to the show from both the actors who star in it and the fans who have kept it on the air for 12 seasons. Thirteen Supernatural actors, including series stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins, and ten passionate fans, wrote personal and powerful essays about the impact the show and the fandom have had on their lives.Check out her website at https://fangasmthebook.com and on follow her Twitter at https://twitter.com/FangasmSPN/
Ep 11: Conversations with Women in Horror: Andrea Subisatti We discuss her career combining horror, academia, sociology and feminism, her brilliant podcast Faculty of Horror and its unique combination of analysis and research produced independently in Toronto, Ontario, various horror films, and her upcoming projects. For more from Andrea, check out her podcast at http://www.facultyofhorror.com and her websites at http://theblackmuseum.com and http://morbidlybeautiful.com/ Follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/necromandrea and https://twitter.com/facultyofhorror, Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ladyhellbat and Instgram at https://www.instagram.com/necromandrea You can purchase her book When There's No More Room In Hell: The Sociology Of The Living Dead on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/When-Theres-More-Room-Hell and read her work in https://www.rue-morgue.com
Ep 12: Conversations with Women in Film: Annalise Ophelian, Award Winning Documentary Filmmaker, Psychotherapist, and Consultant. We discuss documentary filmmaking, her much anticipated docu-series Looking For Leia, fandom, women and non-binary representation in fan spaces as well as her experiences and approach to documenting the Star Wars fandom. For more about Dr Ophelian, check out her website at http://www.annaliseophelian.com. For more on Looking For Leia https://www.lookingforleia.com. You can follow the doc-series at https://twitter.com/LookingForLeia and Dr Ophelian at https://twitter.com/Dr_Ophelian
Be sure to check back next Friday for Part 2 of our discussion with Dr. Ophelian.
Upcoming episodes include recs for some great fandom events at SDCC19 you won’t want to miss, an interview with Joe’s niece, Pamela Lansdale, previously a Homicide Detective and one of the stars of Lone Star Justice on ID Channel and news about SqueeCon2. I’ll also be covering SDCC so stay tuned to my Instagram and Youtube.