In this episode, Tegan talks about creating, diversity, and quotes Viola Davis. Come for her pop culture rants, stay for her random commentary about history. As always, feel free to get in touch with her via the social media accounts linked on her website.
In this episode, Tegan discusses how she thinks it's important to be exposed to pop culture as a way of connecting to your fellow humans. She also talks about HGTV and her mother. There is also talk of Netflix.
In this short episode, Tegan talks about her issues with horror as a genre. She also takes some time to share a totally not embarrassing story from her childhood. At the end, hear some of her not-spooky Halloween movie recommendations.
In this episode, Tegan decides to share some of her thoughts about one of her most favorite Disney movies: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. As you can imagine, she gets rather passionate about the subject. She also takes some time to mention her work for Micah Pearson's Analog Nightmares. It's set to release on October 31, 2016.
In this episode, Tegan talks about her life-long love of romance novels. She also namedrops some blogs, complains about sexism, and offers to give novel recommendations. She'd still love some suggestions to say things in her creepy phone voice. Also, Analog Nightmares by Micah Pearson and various writers drops on Halloween. Tegan is one of those various writers.
In this episode, Tegan talks about Marvel's latest Netflix offering "Luke Cage" and the upcoming Netflix documentary "13th" or "The 13th." The internet is giving her conflicting answers. Tegan also sends out a plea for more things to say in her creepy phone voice. Share a suggestion in the comments or find her on social media.
In this episode, Tegan puts her history degree to good use and talks about how her love of heavy metal has tied into her continued historical exploration. Featured in this episode is a brief tribute to her late history teacher, Mr. Musgrove and her geeking out about the Polish Winged Hussars and the Soviet 588th Night Bomber Regiment in World War II.
Welcome to the first episode of Just Tegan the Podcast. Enjoy listening to Tegan talk about the surprising feminism of Magic Mike XXL.