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Woodland Secrets

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The personal talk show of merritt k, featuring artists, authors, and just plain interesting people. Get cozy.

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The best "videogame podcast" out there

I mean, Idle Thumbs can be pretty funny sometimes, and I really loved One More Turn when it was going, but Woodland Secrets is just such an amazing and unique podcast when it comes to games. It's soft and quiet in a way things about games so often aren't, and it approaches games not in isolation but as part of a broader world of play. Plus, isn't it nice to have a podcast about games that isn't just another set of white cis dudes waxing poetic over the latest hot AAA release, or (if they're feeling fancy) their favorite old SNES classics?

Reflective and Relaxed

This is the most chill videogame podcast I've had the pleasure of listening to. Features a wide variety of guests and subjects.

Look Forward To Every Episode

The format is much different than a typical video game podcast, which actually serves to make it more intimate, and just downright welcoming. The conversation begs you to listen, yet the presentation doesn't annoy or get in the way-- ever. It's just two people talking about things that either *are* interesting to you, or will be by the time they conclude the conversation.

I look forward to new episodes of this more than any of the other podcasts I listen to, and the Leigh Alexander and Bloody Honey episodes are the only episodes of any podcast I have ever re-listened to.

You owe it to yourself to give it a shot.

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