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THIS PODCAST IS RELEASED EVERY SECOND TUESDAY

This recording was made on the land of the Wurundjeri People. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. 

About May Jasper

May Jasper is published playwright, podcaster, storyteller and internationally touring performer.  She wrote and produced eight plays with SNAFU theatre company, including Murder at Warrabah House, Speaking and Death’s Variety Hour.  She has produced audio documentaries for podcasts like Random Article, Human Ordinary and The Artery.  As a performer May has toured Australia and the world with shows like May and Alia do Pirates! (of Penzance) and the critically acclaimed not a very good story, and is also a regular company member with the Melbourne Shakespeare Company.  She won the 2017 Melbourne Moth Grand Slam, and in 2019 she hosted a talk show on RMITV called Mainland Tonight.  She is currently in the process of writing her first novel.

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