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Best Gud podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Gud podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Based on their Mad Decent released single “Gud Vibrations”, best friends NGHTMRE and SLANDER decided to build their Gud Vibrations brand together. After two sold-out Palladium shows and a sold-out 34 city bus tour across North America, Gud Vibrations has been growing exponentially and internationally. The guys are teaming up once again to spread the Gud Vibes on this weekly show. Tune in for this hour-long mix, full of everything from fan favorites to unreleased bangers. Gud Vibrations Radio ...
 
This isn’t a podcast for total beginners. We’re going to assume that you know what plot structure is, what a protagonist is, where ideas come from, and how to use a semicolon. This is a podcast for people who can already write okay, but want to do better.
 
Our youth group is called GUD (generacion usada x dios), which means generation used by God. In an ever changing world, God and his word never change. We strive to be a passionate youth by being a light in society and the solution to todays problems.
 
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Villains in fiction tend to fit a certain template: erudite, aristocratic, queer-coded, monologuing and vaguely British. There’s nothing wrong with that, but it gets a little old after a while. So for this episode, we’re going to take a look at some real-life villains, from globe-striding corporate monsters to small-time petty jerks, and see how fi…
 
When Stephen Mazur, Assistant editor at The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, interviews writers, he always asks them this question: “Why do you write?” One of the most common answers is: “Because I couldn’t find the stories I wanted to read.” In this episode, filmmaker Shannon Strucci and critic Leslie Lee of Struggle Session were kind enough…
 
In this episode, writer and stuntwoman SL Huang joins us to talk about writing that fully explores the physicality of its characters. How can we write characters who feel like flesh and blood people, not disembodied brains in jars? How do race, gender, class, and other features of identity influence our relationships with our bodies? Has visual med…
 
In this episode, we talk to writer/editor Sarena Ulibarri about what it means to be a writer during a global climate crisis. Do writers have a responsibility to address the problem? Are we a part of the problem? Does art matter when the world is on fire? Should we educate people or offer them an escape from the horrors of reality? Should we give pe…
 
Straight writers frequently portray cisgender heterosexual characters with twisted sexual pathologies or dysfunctional, miserable relationships. But when an emerging sci-fi writer published a sharp, witty, in-your-face short story about a transgender helicopter pilot in a dystopian future, prominent members of the writing community rushed to viciou…
 
In this spooktacular episode, we talk to Ash and Jon of the Horror Vanguard podcast about the internet-based form of horror fiction known as creepypasta. In a culture increasingly controlled by a small handful of media corporations, creepypasta presents a form of communal storytelling, a digital version of the campfire where kids gather round to sw…
 
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