A new season of Tin Pod kicks off with an interview with the runners of Pro-Wrestling Eve, Emily Read and Dann Read. The two of them were nice enough to join us to chat for a bit about womens wrestling, their philosphy with Eve, how the promotion has touched lives, and what the future holds.
"EVE is the ground-breaking feminist-punk-rock wrestling promotion, founded and operated by Emily and Dann Read who since 2006 have continually played a major part in the popularity and increased exposure of the female professional wrestling scene. Forget everything you thought you knew about this previously male-owned world and see what happens when a bipolar, home schooling mum of two combines her passions of feminism, punk, politics, mental health and pro-wrestling to create EVE, a night of death-defying, jaw dropping, action packed, wrestling stunts fueled with cabaret, comedy and so much more!"
You can find all you need to know about Pro Wrestling Eve: http://www.evewrestling.com/
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At the end of this month with Tin Pod #30 the audio stories of the Tin Universe returns with the first part of T.U.M. #1. Come back then to the writing of Brian C. Williams and the voice of the universe Stacey Taylor.
And a reminder you can download the whole last audio series a whole audio book here and all profits made from the downloads will go to Trans Lifeline for as long as the book is here on Podbean. Trans Lifeline works to end transgender suicide and improve overall mental health of transgender people through education, advocacy, and direct service. They empower trans people to help one another, and to shape collective efforts by drawing upon their wealth of individual experiences.
And for Stacey Taylor on Twitter: @StacebobT
Cover Art by John Delmonte