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Indoorswomen - Episode 61 - Dino DNA!

Dinosaurs have been leaving their footprints across pop culture for over a century! In this episode, we talk about some of our favorite dino depictions, franchises, characters, and tropes.

Topics include: Is Godzilla a dinosaur? How is Dr. Ellie Sattler so badass? And, should Dwayne Johnson be in every movie? (Yes.)

Minor spoiler warning: We rag on Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom more than we planned to. Sorry not sorry. (No major plot details revealed.)

We also play a game of Would You Rather? Fandom Edition. And we wrap with our Random Recommendations: Carry On by Rainbow Rowell and Felicitations!, a Felicia Day podcast.

Stay tuned to the very end for bloopers.

Our awesome intro/outro music is "We Are Highscore" by Krackatoa.

Indoorswomen Episode 11 - Call Yourself a Writer: Because, why not?

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Some geeky news, some silliness, and our creative process. We both write for fun and profit, and have picked up some tips and tricks along the way. Are you mildly curious about writing? Are you an established writer looking for tips to improve your craft?

Our conversation is full of advice from professionals and friends, and peppered with our usual geeky references.

As usual, our head-nodding intro/outro music is “We are Highscore” by Krackatoa.

Episode 10 - Forest Spirits and Sky Pirates (aka Miyazaki movies!)

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*Note: we apologize for a few small audio issues - Jen was having microphone/audio troubles, but it is totally listenable (better quality than our old google hangout casts!)*

Today we talk conventions (San Diego Comic Con, Denver Comic Con, Fanime, Silicon Valley Comic Con), geek news (Simon Pegg in the Ready Player One movie?).

We also talk a little bit about attending Felicia Day’s book signing! Embrace your weird!

The main event for this podcast is our love of Hayao Miyazaki movies. We discuss our favorites: Princess Mononoke and Laputa: Castle in the Sky, particularly their themes and the contrasts between them (and why we recommend them wholeheartedly!).

As usual, our awesome intro/outro music is “We are Highscore” by Krackatoa!