The People's History of Film

Episode 3

Kirsten Therkelson

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Hello internet people! Welcome back to another thrilling installment of The People's History of Film. This one is an extra special episode because I sat down with GoodTrash Media's own Frightful Femme, Kirsten Therkelson. On top of writing my favorite column on GoodTrash Media (sorry Dustin and Arthur) and performing comedy in Oklahoma City, Kirsten is also one of my nearest and dearest friends. Seriously. We've been best friends for the better part of 15 years. More importantly, Kirsten is legitimately one of the funniest and most insightful people I know. So, this is an exciting one.

Some of you may be thinking, "I don't want to listen to Dalton talk to one of his friends for a third episode in row." Well, too bad. It's my show. Also, you rush to judgment very quickly and have weirdly specific hang-ups. Start your own podcast.

The Frightful Femme archive can be found here.


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The People's History of Film - Kirsten Therkelson
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