To Know Where You’re Going, You Must Know Where You’ve Been (Women in Horror/Black History Month Special) [Bonus Episode #2]

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*This episode is marked as explicit; it contains material with themes/language which may be “triggering” or upsetting to some. Listener discretion is advised*

It’s an honor to bring you the 8th production to emanate from “The Theater of the Afterlife”! We are between seasons, but this is a special Bonus Episode, our 2nd for you, GLT Trivia Buffs out there. This episode is in honor of both, Black History Month & Women in Horror Month, which were both in February; however, we experienced a delay or two and the episode was not complete until now, so it is also in honor Women’s History Month, seeing as our 1st story is an original short story by, the 1st female author in our show’s short history so far; however, we guarantee that it shall NOT be the last! Besides, we should all celebrate Black Individuals & Women, in and out of the Arts, every single month of the year.

We are proud to feature an imaginative & fun — for all but our friend, Mark — short story, entitled: Pew Pew by the talented, Aigner Loren Wilson (@frekihowl on Instagram;; this story is the 1st in a Trilogy (followed by Bang Bang & Boom), so visit her website & follow her to stay up to date with her future works and to find out how you can read, or possibly hear, this story’s conclusion.

Our 2nd story is a relatively short excerpt from the Classic play turned motion picture: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, written by the Late, Great, Legendary August Wilson. If you are not familiar with him and his other scripts, such as: Fences, The Piano Lesson, and Joe Turner’s Come & Gone, to name a few, then we are thrilled to be the 1st to introduce you to such a trailblazing figure. The original play script can be read in full here:

*Special Cover Art by: Chris Martin (@beterbarker_ on Instagram)

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