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NEXT EPISODE 18/03/20

The Junket Podcast is an interstellar Dungeons & Dragons adventure featuring a sprinkling of space pirates, a hearty helping of space gays, and a whole heap of found family. Welcome aboard!

Two years ago, the ragtag crew of the Katherine Johnson saved the galaxy (and broke it a little at the same time). Now pirates roam the jump lanes, a teenage techno-whiz is the new king of the underworld, and the Trade Galaxy has been brought to its knees by a tea shortage that no one seems to know how to fix. Also, it’s the end of the universe or something?

Welcome to the Maelstrom Galaxy.


MEET THE CREW

PAIGE

DEMI | SHE/HER

DM, ARTIST, MUSICIAN & CO-EDITOR

Artist, writer, doing-her-best-but-not-super-experienced musician, Game Master and dog lover. Probably too fond of the Lady Zenith. Definitely too fond of causing emotional turmoil.

LEONIE

QUEER | SHE/HER | CO-EDITOR

Loves water, stargazing, Bulbasaur, fancy soap, her friends, her family, and her fiancee. Commonly found belting out show tunes, rewatching She-Ra, or writing on an RPG website. Will probably try to recommend you a great queer YA book. 

SHONA

ACE | SHE/HER | SOCIAL MEDIA

Writer (in theory), artist (on occasion), big nerd (all the time) and avid appreciator of himbos. Big animation fan who cries during the first five minutes of any Studio Ghbli film.

ELL

ACE

Nerd, statistician and tea drinker. Has played over 1,000 hours of Fallout: New Vegas and has no plans to stop anytime soon. Loves cake, video games and rolling natural 20s.

JESS

QUEER | SHE/HER

Tired, small, gay, will talk for hours about many, many things. Doesn’t like tea, but loves her deer child. Twitter: @jessisbuffering

DUNCAN

HE/HIM

Shona’s brother, bringing that sibling dynamic. Well-recognised history geek and bookworm. Nice and also a guy; but most definitely not a Nice Guy.


OUR AIMS

  • To invite listeners to join us in worlds packed with LGBTQ+ themes and emotionally satisfying storytelling.
  • To invest in the show and improve its quality over time.
  • To be responsible with our voices and take care to punch up, not down, with what both ourselves and our characters say and do.
  • To keep the show free for anyone who wants to listen to it.