Goblin Talk

A random, short format, variety show goblin podcast

It should of be no surprise to anyone, anymore, that humans seem to place a strange importance on the color of one’s skin. This leads to strife, and turmoil, and bloody chaos; which honestly, we are all for, in the right context. But recent events have really started to get out of hand. So we are here to say:  Please, think of the GOBLINS!

It is true, we are oppressed all the friggen time! And it is always over the same silly things you humans are abusing each other for. The color of our skin, the length of our noses, the strange things we eat, our violent destructive tendancies, or that one time we accidentally “borrowed” a child that was already spoken for…

I mean, really, if you don’t want someone to take the baby just lying there sleeping, swaddled in a blanket, secure in it’s playpen, with the front doors locked, the dog on guard, and the alarm system turned on—JUST LEAVE A FRIGGEN NOTE! Seriously, if he was that important to you, why is it so hard to take a few precautions to ensure his safety. Sheesh…

Anyhow, Wedji TuCheeks decided to hit the mean streets of Baltimore to put an end to this oppressive nonsense once and for all. It is time for some Goblin Outreach, the key to combating the stigma in the communities where we live and work. Or at the very least, transferring it over to the trolls. Really, if you want to oppress someone, they are ripe for the position and too dumb to even realize it is happening. As we always say, Trolls Drool & Goblins Rule!

So go Green! (ish… Brown. Yeah, go brown. Green is kinda gross.)




529896_498809720157990_1990733837_n It has been a crazy month, with Gandersnitch running a kickstarter (Thank you, by the way, that was wildly succesful) and going to GenCon, and now with Wedji incognito at DragonCon, so we did not actually forget to do a podcast or two, we just did not have the time to sit down and do it. But we did finally catch up with our good friend and official-former-Ringling Bros. Rock & Roll Clown, Crickett to get the full scoop on the circus, being a clown, and where not to go to the bathroom. This is an extra long episode, 30 minutes in total, in which you get the ENTIRE interview, minus the 5 minutes in which Crickett sat wheezing and gasping with laughter at Wedji’s pie recipes. Here, however, is a safe one for Banana Cream Pie. Enjoy!


triogoblinsWe have decided to move to a bi-weekly format, in solidarity with… you know, people and stuff. Because you shouldn’t judge, or so they say. But do those people in turn judge those who are judging? Who judges the judges? That’s what I want to know…

Right, sorry – since people are having withdrawals from the schedule change, and are all discombobulated from the time change over in America, we decided to make things a bit more bearable and give you an extra special early episode this week! (Or late, if you were expecting it last week.) This one is all about our four favorite faerie festivals! It is also seven and a half minutes long, because we wanted to make sure all of them got a good bit of time. We also determine once and for all, which faerie festival is the best of the best!

Now, I know what you are saying – but these don’t start for over another month, and one of them isn’t even till the summer. This is true, but you have to plan now people! Buy your tickets, book your cabin, secure your tent space, take the kids out of school, come up with an excuse for forgetting Mother’s Day, and practice your emergency floatation survival skills in case of flooding! Don’t wait till the day before… Unless you do wait till the day before… I mean you can still go, even if you decide at the last minute. You could even wait till it has started and then come, that’s ok. But don’t wait till the day after, cause then you would be bored and all alone and tasked with cleaning the whole mess up.

If we didn’t name your favorite faerie festival here, it is because we either don’t know about it, have never been invited to it, or might have been banished from it, it requires us to swim across an ocean to get there, or we forgot about it in the magnificence of these other four.

Here are the links to the websites of our four favorite Faerie Festivals:
Festival of Legends – April 26th & 27th – Chapel Hill, NC.

Spoutwood Farm’s May Day Faerie Festival – May 2nd to 4th – Glenn Rock, PA

Maryland Faerie Festival – May 10th & 11th – Darlington, MD

NY Faerie Festival – June 27th to 29th – Ouaquaga, NY