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Best Maeve Marsden podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Maeve Marsden podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Join some of Australia's best storytellers for an evening of queerstories; reflections on lives well lived and battles fought, pride, prejudice, love and humour. The LGBTQI community has been sharing stories for centuries, creating our own histories, disrupting and reinventing conventional ideas about narrative, family, love and community. There’s more to being queer than coming out and marriage. Listen to an unexpected tale or two from a diverse line up of stars and strangers, hosted by Mae ...
 
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Hajer grew up with fairytales and fantasies, but adullt life brings its own adventures, with speakeasy bars, class exchanges and one confused baby queer. Hajer is an emerging writer and performer. From short stories to essays to plays, her work flirts with themes of womanhood particularly within Arab diaspora identity formation. She is currently in…
 
Alison Whittaker pens a queer Aboriginal love letter to Barnaby Joyce and long-standing Gunnedah haven, the Chip Inn. Alison Whittaker is a Gomeroi writer and lawyer born and raised in Gunnedah. She is Senior Researcher at the Jumbunna Institute. From 2017-18, she was a Fulbright recipient at Harvard Law, where she was Dean’s Scholar in Race, Gende…
 
Mystery reflects on her family history, on the power of DNA and on her relationship with her mother. Mystery Carnage has recently made the smelter change and moved to Port Kembla with her partner Nellie and cat Queenie. After working at Apple for 5 years and as a graphic artist for 20 years before that, she now spends a fair amount of time gardenin…
 
Comedian Kirsty Webeck remembers the heady days of high school. Kirsty Webeck entered the Australian comedy circuit in 2013 in an unconventional way. After doing a five minute set at the end of a comedy workshop she, having never heard of an open mic room, launched straight into writing and performing a full length show. She’s a regular guest on AB…
 
When you have a nemesis, you seek revenge via whatever means you can - according to Patrick Lenton, that's queer culture. Patrick Lenton is a writer and author based in Sydney. He is the Editor of Junkee, and has published a book of short stories called A Man Made Entirely of Bats and a book of essays called Uncle Hercules and Other Lies. Queerstor…
 
Bastian is trying to understand why they keep taking photos of the stove. So, they decide to write about it. Bastian Fox Phelan is a writer, musician and zinemaker who lives in Newcastle on the land of the Awabakal people. They were shortlisted for the 2017 Scribe Nonfiction Prize, their writing has been published in The Lifted Brow, Runway, Scum M…
 
Dr Senthorun Raj discusses how his queer career as a glitter radiating academic lawyer began with childhood fantasies of being Xena and Sailor Moon. Dr Senthorun Raj is a Lecturer in Law at Keele University and is passionate about glitter, pop culture, politics, and social justice. Sen’s academic and activist work takes an intersectional approach t…
 
Musician Marcus Whale shares a prepubescent story of online romance, distance and self-discovery. Marcus Whale is a musician and performer working on Gadigal land. As a performer, he is a member of duo Collarbones and trio BV, as well as work under his own name, releasing an album "Inland Sea" in June 2016. Primarily forming an electronic world aro…
 
A multicultural recipe for multicultural times, this piece was inspired by Paul's interviews for My Mother's Kitchen, a Queerstories collaboration with Google's Creative Labs: mymotherskitchen.com.au Paul van Reyk was born in Sri Lanka in 1952, migrating to Australia with his family in 1962. He came out publicly in 1978, and has spent the subsequen…
 
The epic tale of Gertrude and Mildred. This story was performed at Queerstories in Sydney and Melbourne, as well as at Newcastle Writer's Festival and Ubud Readers and Writers Festival in Bali. Claire G. Coleman is a Noongar woman whose family have belonged to the south coast of Western Australia since long before history started being recorded. Sh…
 
Wollongong teacher Brendan shares the story of how a 10-year-old inspired him to live authentically. This story was performed at Queerstories: Wollongong, supported by Wollongong City Libraries. Brendan Howarth is a chef by morning, student teacher by day and father & husband by night. He is a soon to be teacher who wants to inspire the future gene…
 
The title says it all... Kathleen performed this story at Queerstories: Hobart in 2019. Dr Kathleen Williams is a media studies academic. She publishes work on the social uses of media technologies, particularly in relation to screen cultures, materiality and memory. However she is most qualified at forensically dissecting pop culture. Queerstories…
 
Chloe Black realises that coming out to yourself is a lot like watching The Sixth Sense. Chloe Black began her stand-up career in Adelaide over 18 years ago. She has performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe and the Edinburgh Fringe. She is a broadcaster on Edge Radio in Hobart as co-host of Film Central and in her o…
 
Through heartlines and bloodlines, Gabrielle tells a story of belonging, about her history and her family. This story was performed at the first Wollongong Queerstories, supported by Wollongong City Libraries. Gabrielle Journey Jones is a poet, percussionist and event producer living on Yuin Country, Far South Coast NSW. Gabe co-founded Creative Wo…
 
Robert delivers a heartwarming love letter to a French-English dictionary (purportedly). Robert Dessaix is known as a leading broadcaster, for many years the producer and presenter of the ABC’s Books and Writing program. He left his twenty year academic career as a lecturer in Russian language and literature at the University of New South Wales, an…
 
Anthony reflects on an incredibly difficult time in his life, and farewells someone lost to him. In a former life, Anthony Venn-Brown was a high-profile Pentecostal preacher, speaking regularly in Australia’s megachurches, as described in his autobiography, A Life of Unlearning. As the first Australian conversion therapy survivor to tell his story …
 
A story of 3 heartbreaks and the cat who witnessed them all. Monica Zanetti is an AWGIE nominated screenwriter whose past credits include the film “Skin Deep” and the TV shows “Sisters”, “Tonightly with Tom Ballard” and the upcoming channel 10 series “My life is Murder” staring Lucy Lawless. Most recently she just finished writing and directing the…
 
Annaliese chronicles the campaign for a Queer Space at the University of Wollongong in 2004, complete with a 48 hour occupation and arrests by riot police. Annaliese Constable is a writer, performer and queer rights activist working across standup, queer performance and theatre. Annaliese is funny for a girl, pretty for a lesbian and when she can a…
 
In the midst of the AIDS crisis, a love affair starts with two young men meeting on an overnight train and ends, a decade later, in a moment of resolute determination amid overwhelming grief and loss. Paul Kidd is a lawyer, activist, writer and troublemaker. He has been living with HIV for more than 30 years and has been a long-time advocate for pe…
 
Everyone knows bisexual people aren’t real and don’t exist, so for someone who isn’t real and whose existence is a myth, Elaine has nevertheless seen some bullshit. Elaine Castillo was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in Comparative Literature. She is a Voices of …
 
Clementine reflects on flying, pregnancy and ways to trick one's brain into managing anxiety. Clementine Ford is a freelance writer, broadcaster and public speaker based in Melbourne. She is the bestselling author of the feminist manifesto Fight Like A Girl. Her most recent book is Boys Will Be Boys. Queerstories is an LGBTQIA+ storytelling night p…
 
Teresa shares her story, spanning decades, of life, love, family and climbing the ladder in a male dominated industry. Teresa Avila is cofounder of the Red Rattler Theatre and was founding chair and treasurer for 10 years before stepping down last year. She has worked in engineering and heavy construction for over 20 years and is one of the industr…
 
Yen tells a story of moving to Canberra as a bright eyed undergraduate, seeking love, identity and shoes. Yen Eriksen is an advocate, writer and digital storyteller based in Canberra, interested in exploring the intersections between identity, race, gender and queerness. Queerstories is an LGBTQIA+ storytelling night programmed by Maeve Marsden, wi…
 
For years, Maeve and DeAnne have planned to host an event called Super Lesbo FunTime. This story has nothing to do with that, I am just trying to manifest the event by including it in this description. Enjoy! DeAnne Smith, a Canadian Comedy Award winner, has performed at Just for Laughs, JFL42, the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Melbourne International …
 
An excerpt from a piece written for Archer Magazine, Julian Dahne Molony shares their journey to wholly embodying their gender. Julian Dahne Molony is an interdisciplinary artist who works with painting, video, performance and fibre art. They also operate an Artist Run Initiative named ‘Intersect Space’ based in Marrickville. This piece is adapted …
 
A collection of tales from Ro's journey to becoming the Victorian Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality. Ro Allen is the Victorian Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality, has been a member of three Victorian Government LGBTI ministerial advisory groups. As founding CEO of UnitingCare Cutting Edge, Ro established Victoria’s first rural support group …
 
Tilly Lawless describes four momentous bookings that either taught her something about herself or allowed her to process the personal through the professional. Tilly Lawless is a queer, Sydney-based sex worker who uses her Instagram to analyse her relationships, romances and motivations. Growing up in rural NSW her writing is often a bucolic love l…
 
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