Lichen talks with Indie director Donna R. Clark about her film Midnight Cabaret, which starred Lichen's previous guest Brandon Hilton. Get some fascinating insights into the movie making process, as well as the state of indie LGBT films in general.
Lichen gets her panel of women together again, and this time they discuss why women enjoy gay porn. Meanwhile, two industry guys stop by to surprise them and help tease out why straight women enjoy watching gay men on camera. (Hint: It's Jake Bass and Hunter Page.)
Lichen sits down with the intelligent and incredibly compelling Devon Hunter: Dancer, Choreographer, Model, Actor, and Escort. Through many years in both erotic film and sex work, he has chronicled his lessons and shares with us what he's learned about people and about himself.
Lichen talks with the force of nature, Brandon Hilton, an independent, self-made musician who has blasted into the pop world working with such greats as Lady Gaga. Listen in as he explores his influences, talks about his close friend Cher, and watches Mormons on the street outside the window. Brandon is also star of the movie Midnight Cabaret and is set to do a concert tour this fall, kicking off in September. Don't miss this charming, sexy, southern guy as he lets loose with Lichen.
Lichen interviews the amazing Christopher Logan, author of the astounding photography book dr.a.g. and the Indie GoGo project to help save it. They also discuss the idea and history of drag, and Chris's own experience with both drag and acting.
Lichen is joined by a panel of five women who talk about why they love to read M/M fiction. Besides finding gay romance really hot, they talk about how they enjoy the angst of gay relationships, the emotions of two men who are being vulnerable with each other, and the various not-so-great moments as well, like three men on horseback who might also be shape-shifters.
Visit our blog, GSC Casting Notes, for a list of all the books mentioned during this podcast.
We continue the Frankie V. conversation with an in-depth interview. What is in the mind of a young, intensely creative soul of the upcoming generation of gay youth? Frankie talks about dance, art and porn. For our episode of GSC Friday with Frankie V., go HERE.