It’s once again time to share the mic with another great cast, which we were honored to be guests on, the Black Women Are Scary podcast.
THIS EPISODE: BLACK WOMEN ARE SCARY PODCAST SPECIAL EPISODE FEATURING THE WOMEN OF NOT YOUR FINAL GIRL
Hey ghouls! Today we’ve got a special feed drop for you from our incredibly talented pod-friend, Wi-Moto Nyoka of Dusky Projects and the Black Women are Scary podcast. Come for the flash fiction starring Candace and Ariel in which we are horribly murdered, stay for the eclectic conversation about a bunch of other fun topics including the dirt on libraries and what’s what with fast food.
From the episode description:
“Join us as we talk horror, fast food, and what it’s really like to be a librarian, with Candace and Ariel of Not Your Final Girl Podcast. Flash fiction by your humble host Wi-Moto Nyoka. SFX contributions by Private Hell Productions and Sound Effect“
About the Black Women Are Scary Podcast and Host Wi-Moto Nyoka:
WI-MOTO NYOKA is a writer and transmedia artist. She is the founder of Dusky Projects, creating and producing horror & sci-fi content for young adult and adult audiences. You can follow her work on IG and Twitter (kind of) @Duskyprojects.
If you like podcasts and discovering new horror authors, check out Black Women Are Scary, a radio-dramatic podcast that celebrates and produces short horror stories by BIPOC authors. Available wherever you get your podcasts!
You can check out the Black Women Are Scary show page right here.
ABOUT THIS PODCAST
Not Your Final Girl is a podcast hosted by three women (Ariel Dyer and Candace Sluder) just trying to make it to the end of the movie. Join us bi-weekly for deep dives into horror with a fresh take on the genre we love! We’re @NYFGpod on Letterboxd if you want to check out all the movies we’ve talked about on the pod. You can also follow Candace at @crammpuss if you want to peek at what movies might be coming up next.
A proud part of the Morbidly Beautiful Podcast Network. Our drive for intersectionality aligns well with the Morbidly Beautiful ethos. We love that MB is a nonprofit that gives back to the horror community, and are thrilled to be a part of the network.