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Hometown is a weekly audio drama podcast and can be listened to on RadioPublic, Apple Podcasts and wherever podcasts are found.
Hometown is an anthology audio drama that focuses on an anonymous town set somewhere in the south. Kiera, a lifelong resident of the town, begins the podcast in which she interviews residents of the town and gives them a place to tell their story. Through these interviews, she seeks a sense of belonging.
A podcast about finding community, what it means to have a home, and the stories that make us who we are.
Season 1 will launch Spring, 2019 and will continue releasing episodes every week for nine episodes
Co-creator, voice of Kiera
Aubree is currently attending Ouachita Baptist University, studying chemistry.
Co-creator, voice actor
Ashlyn is currently a high school student at Plano East Senior High. She has participated in multiple poetry contests and is a part of her school’s literary magazine.
Hannah Perkins is currently a student at Ouachita Baptist University pursuing a degree in Graphic Design. She began her career in 2015 by taking up freelance work during high school and has continued her design work alongside her college career. You can find more of her work at her website– www.hperkinsdesign.com
Jonathan Sandy is currently attending Ouachita Baptist University studying Music and Communications. Jonathan started composing band and orchestral music for self-enjoyment in 2013 and has since transitioned to creating electronic and ambient music as of 2017. You can find more of his work on Spotify at Jonathan Sandy
The show can be listened to on our website and can also be found on most podcast players, such as RadioPublic, Apple Podcasts, and Stitcher.
Transcripts will be available on our website as episodes release
We are currently running an Indiegogo campaign to fund our first season. We will be starting a Patreon page in Spring 2019 once the show launches.
Is Hometown A Family Show?
While Hometown is not written specifically for families to listen to, it is clean and generally suitable for all audiences. Some episodes may contain hints of more serious circumstances, but these instances will always contain a trigger warning in the episode description.