WICF Podcast Network

From horror, to the horror of young adult fiction, WICF original podcasts have you covered. Experience the world of entertainment, science, news, and  literature through a comedic lens.

Check out our podcasts below. We’ll adding new podcasts all spring and summer. Interested in creating a WICF podcast or bringing your existing podcast into our network? We would love to hear from you. Email us at info@wicf.com and let’s talk.

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How To Be Less Awkward

Listen at wicf.com/awkward

Equal parts cringeworthy, heartwarming, and hilarious; each How to be Less Awkward episode centers around a different real-life awkward story told by the person who lived it. The conversational style will leave you feeling like you’ve just had a great night of over-sharing with friends. Hosted by standup comic & writer Laura Merli, who has contributed to such publications as Bust.com, Reductress, and McSweeney’s.

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Conversations with Funny Feminists

Listen at wicf.com/conversations and pamvictor.com

Pam Victor hosts a podcast that geeks out with funny feminists about the state of women in comedy with a focus on providing practical tips that you can take to your next class, rehearsal, and show. (Also, we drop the F-bomb a lot.)

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Person About Town

Listen at kenicemobley.com

Person About Town is a free-flowing conversation between comedian Kenice Mobley and people she meets in cities across the US.

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Yes Homo!

Listen at wicf.com/yeshomo

Yes Homo! is a podcast featuring live stand-up and in-depth interviews with some of the best LGBT+ comedians and storytellers around. The podcast is hosted by Boston-based comedians Dylan Uscher and Chloé Cunha. We’re here, we’re queer, and we’re funny as f*ck!

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