2.11 - The Gang Goes In

by Jessica Wright Buha Sleepy afternoon cuddles Above the roof, under the floor The worst possible moment. ==== Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Amelia Bethel as Marisol, Marsha Harman as Dot, Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, Joshua K. Harris as Rudy, Anuja Vaidya as Norah Tendulkar, Symphony Sanders as Young Lily, and Hilary Williams as Joey, and Michael Turrentine as Wes. Written by Jessica Wright Buha, sound design by Alexander Danner, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Nils Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: July 22, 2020, 6 a.m.

2.10 - Solid Citizens

by Bilal Dardai Find entertainment where you can Public revelations We always knew it would come to this. === Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, José Angel Donado as Mayor Lopez, Pat King as Chester, Clint Worthington as Russel Epstien, Corbette Pasko as Maureen De Souza, and Catherine Dvorak as Bonnie Buckley. Written by Bilal Dardai, sound design by Sarah D. Espinioza, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: July 8, 2020, 11:30 p.m.

2.09 - Crop Shy

by Jessica Wright Buha The trouble with doors is Lies on lies on lies. I am (not) afraid. ==== Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp This episode features: Anjua Vaidya as Norah, Joshua K. Harris as Rudy, Pat King as Chester, Krista D'Agostino as Hazel. Written by Jessica Wright Buha, sound design by Eli McIlveen, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: June 24, 2020, 6 a.m.

Podcast Blackout

Content warnings: police violence, racial violence, victims of hate crimes, white supremacy, and police violence. Read by: Shariba Rivers, Pat King, Alexander Danner, Ryan Schile, Bilal Dardai, Duo Yang, Eli McIlveen, Amelia Bethel, Joshua K. Harris, Michael Turrentine, Kathleen Hoil, Marsha Harman, Ele Matelan, Jeffrey Nils Gardner, and Eleanor Hyde. ===================   Today is Wednesday, June 10, 2020. There will not be a new episode of Unwell today.  Following the example and the words of Black Lives Matter Chicago, we call for an end to the state violence against and criminalization of Black communities through police forces, an unjust legal system, and federal, state, and local political organizations.   As the artists of HartLife NFP, we call on our fellow art makers in positions of institutional power and privilege to take concrete actions to make your institutions and artistic work explicitly and actively anti-racist.    We affirm our commitment to do the same here. We will interrogate ourselves when we have fallen short of this goal and recommit to do better every time.   The United States is a country founded on land stolen from indigenous peoples, built with the stolen labor and lives of enslaved Black people. We call especially on White listeners to reckon with this fact, today and every day.     The following list is both incomplete and horrifyingly long. These people were victims of hate crimes, police officers and of an unjust, white supremacist system. We say their names and we remember their lives.  Tamir Rice Samuel Dubose Walter Scott Jordan Davis Tony McDade Dion Johnson Dante Parker Michelle Cusseax Laquan McDonald Richard Perkins Nathaniel Harris Pickett Benni Lee Tignor Miguel Espinal Michael Noel Kevin Mathews Bettie Jones Quintonio Legrier Keith Childress Jr Janet Wilson Randy Nelson Antronie Scott George Mann John Crawford III Ezell Ford Aaron Bailey Ronell Foster Stephon Clark Antwon Rose II Tanisha Anderson Alton Sterling Philando Castile Botham Jean Pamela Turner Akai Gurley Rumain Brisbon Trayvon Martin Jerame Reid Mathew Ajibade Frank Smart Alexia Christian Brendon Glenn Victor Manuel Larosa Jonathan Sanders Freddie Blue Joseph Mann Salvado Ellswood Albert Joseph Davis Darrius Steward Billy Ray Davis Michael Sabbie Brian Keith Day Christian Taylor Troy Robinson Natahsa McKenna Tony Robinson Anthony Hill Mya Hall Phillip White Eric Harris Walter Scott William Chapman II Asshams Pharoah Manley Felix Kumi Keith Harrison McLeod Junior Prosper LaMontez Jones Patterson Brown Dominic Hutchinson Anthony Ashford Alonzo Smith Tyree Crawford India Kager La’Vante Biggs Michael Lee Marshall Jamar Clark Wendell Celestine David Joseph Calin Roquemore Dyzhawn Perkins Christopher Davis Marco Loud Peter Gaines Torrey Robinson Darius Robinson Kevin Hicks Mary Truxillo Demarcus Semer Willie Tillman Terrill Thomas Sylville Smith Michael Brown Eric Garner Sandra Bland Fredie Gray Terrence Crutcher Paul O’Neal Alteria Woods Jordan Edwards Dominique Clayton Christopher Whitfield Christopher McCorvey Eric Reason Michael Lorenzo Dean Breonna Taylor Atatiana Jefferson Ahmaud Arbery Doug Lewis George Floyd Manuel Ellis Maurice Gordon Black Lives Matter.

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Published: June 10, 2020, 6:30 a.m.

2.08 - The Lens

by Bilal Dardai An accident An experiment We all have stories like this. === Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp This episode features: Anjua Vaidya as Norah, Joshua K. Harris as Rudy, Pat King as Chester, Krista D'Agostino as Hazel. Written by Bilal Dardai, sound design by Ryan Schile, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: May 27, 2020, 6 a.m.

2.07 - The Night Shift

by Jessica Best Nasty meat eaters The music is wrong An old new friend === Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp This episode features: Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, Shariba Rivers as Lily, Ele Matelan as [REDACTED], Sebastian H. Orr as [REDACTED], Matt Young as Tim, and Tom Dyke as a Creepy Patron. Written by Jessica Best, sound design by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Radio music by Komiku and 80 Foots, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: May 13, 2020, 6 a.m.

2.06 - The Graveyard Shuffle

by Jessica Best Halloween made manifest Everyone’s invited The boundaries are breached === Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, Michael Turrentine as Wes, Amelia Bethel as Marisol, Joshua K. Harris as Rudy, Isa Ramos as Spikes, Mark Soloff as [REDACTED], Krista D’Agostino as Hazel and Pat King as Chester. Mt Absalom Evil laugh contest participants: Jessica Wright Buha, Jessica Best, Bilal Dardai, Jim McDoniel, Eleanor Hyde, Jeffrey Nils Gardner, Ryan Schile, Tara Schile, Marsha Harman, Amelia Bethel, Joshua K. Harris, Michael Turrentine, Max Kreisky, Josh Rubino, Whitney Johnson, and Christopher J. Wilson. Written by Jessica Best, sound design by Ryan Schile, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP. Music and lyrics for“My Boyfriend is a Jack O’Lantern” by Jessica Best. Lyrics for“Do the Trick Or Treat” and “The Graveyard Shuffle” by Jessica Best, with music by Stephen Poon. All songs performed by Clayton Faits (Guitars), Joe Griffin (Guitars), Dan Schaeffer (Bass), David Schaeffer (Drums), Betsey Palmer (Lead vocals on “My Boyfriend is a Jack O’Lantern,” backing vocals on “Do the Trick Or Treat” and “The Graveyard Shuffle”), Stephen Poon (Backing Vocals and Yells on “Do the Trick Or Treat”), Michael Turrentine (Lead Vocals on “Do the Trick or Treat,” backing vocals on “The Graveyard Shuffle”), Jeffrey Nils Gardner (Lead vocals on “The Graveyard Shuffle.”). Recorded by Daniel Christain and Jeffrey Nils Gardner. Mixed and mastered by Gunnar Jebsen

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Published: March 18, 2020, 6 a.m.

2.05- Collaboration

by Jim McDoniel Money worries A visit to the library A Rubicon is crossed === Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp This episode features: Joshua K. Harris as Rudy, Ben Aldred as the Technician, Marsha Harman as Dot, Michael Turrentine as Wes, Krista D’Agostino as Hazel and Pat King as Chester. Written by Jim McDoniel, sound design by Sarah D. Espinoza, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: March 4, 2020, 6:44 p.m.

2.04- Family Tree

by Jessica Best Family stories A morning constitutional A break in Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, and Pat King as Chester Written by Jessica Best, sound design by Alexander Danner, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: Feb. 19, 2020, 7 a.m.

2.03 - Hay Ride

A second date A third meeting Lily shares a secret === Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp Buy Merch at www.unwellpodcast.com This episode features: Isa Ramos as Spikes, Amelia Bethel as Marisol, Michael Turrentine as Wes, Stephanie Murphy as Ginger, Krista D’Agostino as Hazel, Jeffrey Nils Gardner as Mason, Mark Soloff as REDACTED, and Tom Dyke as Mort. Written by Jim McDoniel, sound design by Ryan Schile and Jeffrey Nils Gardner, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: Feb. 5, 2020, 7 a.m.

2.02 - Another Form of Algebra

Everything echoes If you know how to listen Rudy learns some history ---- Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp Buy Merch at www.unwellpodcast.com This episode features: Joshua K. Harris as Rudy, Marsha Harman as Dot, Michael Turrentine as Wes, Anuja Vaidya as Norah Tendulkar. Additional voices by Anne C Baired, Graham Rowat, Josh Rubino, Ryan Schile, Eleanor Hyde, and Jeffrey Nils Gardner. Written by Bilal Dardai, sound design by Ryan Schile, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: Jan. 22, 2020, 7 a.m.

2.01 - The Burning Woods

Some things burn. Some do not. Lily makes a new friend.   Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. A Transcript for this episode can be found here. Support Unwell and HartLife NFP on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp Buy Merch at www.unwellpodcast.com This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, Mark Soloff as [REDACTED], Pat King as Chester, Symphony Sanders as Young Lily, and Hilary Williams as Joey. Written by Jim McDoniel, sound design by Eli McIlveen, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: Jan. 8, 2020, 7 a.m.

There were birds in those days

A special bonus interstitial episode from Unwell, a Midwestern Gothic Mystery. Nota Bene: this episode is almost entirely dialogue free. This episode is binaural- meaning if you listen with headphones, you'll be able to hear the episode in three dimensions, rather than the regular stereo. You can still listen without headphones - but you'll get a different experience if you do! Content advisories for this episode can be found here. This episode features Michael Turrentine, Mark Soloff, Jeffrey Nils Gardner, and Marsha Harman. It was composed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, with phoebetor music by Mel Ruder.  Executive Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Nils Gardner

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Published: Nov. 20, 2019, 7 a.m.

Season Two Trailer: the Stories We Tell

Beware the one in the night. We're so excited to announce the launch of Season Two of Unwell, a Midwestern Gothic Mystery on January 8, 2020! If you'll be in Boston on Sunday, October 20th please join us at PodTales, a free audio fiction expo where you can meet members of the Unwell team and hear us talk about community building, audio directing, and more on a variety of panels through the day! Learn more at https://podtales.org/ If you want to hear special between-season episodes and support Unwell, consider supporting us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/hartlifenfp A transcript for this trailer is available here. Content warnings for this trailer can be found here.   This trailer features Marsha Harman, Jordan Cobb, Kristen DiMercurio, Clayton Faits, Julia Schifini, Ryan Schile, and Anuja Vaidya, and was written by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, with music by Mel Ruder and sound design by Jeffrey Nils Gardner.

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Published: Oct. 2, 2019, 6 a.m.

1.12- Lost in the Woods

In which the plot thickens and danger emerges. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. Unwell Season Two- coming January 2020. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Amelia Bethel as Marisol, Marsha Harman as Dot, Priya Mohanty as Dr. Alicia Laramie, Christopher J. Wilson as Tony, Jillian Leff as Selene, Michael Turrentine as Wes, Pat King as Chester, Mark Soloff as ^6fh6*7%%@, Sebastian Orr as &$^#&$#, Ele Matelan as @&*@^$&. “John the Revelator” is a traditional song, performed by Michael Turrentine, with backing vocals by Betsey Palmer and Jeffrey Nils Gardner Written by Jim McDoniel, sound design by Ryan Schile, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: Aug. 7, 2019, 6 a.m.

1.11- The Celery Festival

In which the town celebrates and painful truths are revealed. --- Content advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, Amelia Bethel as Marisol, Joshua K. Harris as Rudy, Marsha Harman as Dot, Christopher J. Wilson as Tony, Jillian Leff as Selene, Lisa Burton as Marsha, Michael Turrentine as Wes, and Cara Ehlenfeldt, Vishnu Venugopal, Mel Ruder, Eleanor Hyde, and Philip Gaissert as festival attendees. The Stalks are Sadie Rogers, Joe Griffin, Clayton Faits, Dan Schaeffer, and David Schaeffer. Wes’s Banjo and the Curly Stem String Band songs are by Gunnar Jebsen The Third Street Warblers are Randy Palmer, Merri Palmer, Betsey Palmer, and Jeffrey Nils Gardner Written by Jessica Wright Buha, sound design by Alexander Danner, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: July 24, 2019, 6:30 a.m.

1.10- The Devil's in the Details

In which Abbie’s work is interrupted and the pipes (and nerves) are rattled. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, and Michael Turrentine as Wes. Written by Jessica Best, sound design by Hannah Foerschler, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: July 10, 2019, 6 a.m.

1.09- Designs and Designations

In which we explore Mt. Absalom and visit some dangerous places. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, Joshua K Harris as Rudy, Gaby Labotka as Sylvia, and Pat King as Chester. Written by Bilal Dardai, sound design by Ryan Schile, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: June 26, 2019, 1:26 p.m.

1.08 - Pack Animals

In which the Woods are dangerous and Wes is found. --- Content advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, Joshua K Harris as Rudy, Mark Soloff as &4u3hf39*&, Ele Matelan as Jjfhfe7^%%^, Sebastian H. Orr as &77YDhJD&, and Michael Turrentine as Wes. Written by Bilal Dardai, sound design by Sarah D. Espinoza, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: June 12, 2019, 4:23 a.m.

1.07- Research Project

In which Lily hunts for secrets and Abbie flaunts the (library) law. --- Content advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, Krista D'Agostino as Hazel, and Michael Turrentine as Wes. Written by Jim McDoniel, sound design by Eli McIlveen, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: May 29, 2019, 6 a.m.

1.06- Storm

In which we meet another residence and delve deeper into the house. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, Joshua K Harris as Rudy, and Michael Turrentine as Wes.  Written by Jessica Best, sound design by Anna Rodriguez with Ryan Schile, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: April 3, 2019, 5:05 a.m.

1.05- Voyager

In which new avenues are explored and old stories are rediscovered. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, Amelia Bethel as Marisol, Isa Ramos as Spikes, and Michael Turrentine as Wes. Written by Bilal Dardai, sound design by Eli McIlveen, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: March 20, 2019, 6 a.m.

1.04- Rifled

In which several things are lost and others are found. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, Michael Turrentine as Wes, and Tara Schile as Emily.  Written by Jessica Wright Buha, sound design by Ryan Schile, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: March 6, 2019, 3:42 p.m.

1.03- The Pageant

In which some history is learned. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Krista D’Agostino as Hazel, Marsha Harman as Dot, Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, Amelia Bethel as Marisol, Abby Doud as Mason, Kat Evans as Stacy, Jeffrey Gardner as Dylan. Written by Jessica Best, sound design by Mischa Stanton, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon and Jessica Best, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: Feb. 22, 2019, 6:04 a.m.

1.02-The Diner

In which food becomes an issue. Content advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, LaQuin Groves as Dale, Michael Turrentine as Wes, Kathleen Hoil as Abbie, Sebastian Orr as **&#^$^@, Ele Matelan as ##$#@%. Written by Jessica Wright Buha, sound design by Eli McIlveen, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, Music on the radio by Stardusk Encounter, Sadie and the Stark, and Action Camp, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: Feb. 21, 2019, 5:56 a.m.

1.01- Homecoming

Lily Harper comes “home.” Content Advisories for this episode can be found here. You can read a transcript for this episode here. This episode features: Shariba Rivers as Lily, Marsha Harman as Dot, Clint Worthington as Russel, Bethany Hart as Cynthia, LaQuin Groves as Dale, Mark Soloff as an old man on the edge of town, Michael Turrentine as Wes, Pat King as Chester, Sebastian Orr as &$^#&$#(, Ele Matelan as ))@&*@^$&. Voices by Alex Brown, Jeff Van Dreason, Eric Silver, Julia Schifini, Amanda McSweene-Geehan, Michelle Nickolaisen, Jack Pevyhouse, Paul Miscagave and Bridge Greene. Written by Jim McDoniel, sound design by Ryan Schile, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, music composed by Stephen Poon, recording engineer Mel Ruder, Theme performed by Stephen Poon, Lauren Kelly, Gunnar Jebsen, Travis Elfers, Mel Ruder, and Betsey Palmer, Unwell lead sound designer Ryan Schile, Executives Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner, by HartLife NFP.

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Published: Feb. 20, 2019, 7 a.m.

Notes on the Fenwood House

From the audio notes of Abbie Douglas [They/them], PhD candidate in History (with a focus in urban planning) on the Fenwood Boarding House in Mt. Absalom, Ohio. A transcript of this trailer can be found here. Content advisories for this trailer can be found here. Performed by Kathleen Hoil, directed by Jeffrey Nils Gardner, written by Jim McDoniel, with sound design by Jeffrey Nils Gardner. Unwell lead sound designer, Ryan Schile. HartLife NFP Executive Producers Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Nils Gardner.

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Published: Feb. 3, 2019, 6:44 p.m.

Welcome to Mt. Absalom

Our second trailer for the upcoming Unwell, a Midwestern Gothic Mystery- coming to your podcast feed February 2019.   Welcome to Mt. Absalom.  A Transcript of this trailer can be found here.   Content advisories for this trailer can be found here. This trailer was written by Jim McDoniel, with sound design by Hannah Foerschler, and directed by Jeffrey Gardner. The trailer features David Rheinstrom, Marsha Harman, Jeffrey Gardner, Nathaniel Ewert-Krocker, Kat Evans, Abby Doud, Krista D'Agostino, Ele Matelan, Pat King. Phoebetor by Mel Ruder. Unwell lead sound design by Ryan Schile. Unwell Executive Producers, Eleanor Hyde and Jeffrey Gardner.

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Published: Jan. 19, 2019, 3:08 a.m.

The Voicemail

HartLife NFP is thrilled to bring you the very first trailer for our new flagship show- Unwell, a Midwestern Gothic Mystery, coming in February 2019.  A transcript for this trailer is available here. Content warnings for this trailer can be found here. Find out more by following us on twitter at www.twitter.com/unwellpodcast, on tumblr at http://unwellpodcast.tumblr.com, or on our website at www.unwellpodcast.com. This trailer features Shariba Rivers as Lily Harper, Clint Worthington as Charlie, Krista D'Agostino as Melody, and Sebastian Orr as Jamie, with additional contributions by Ryan Schile. Michael Turrentine and Kathleen Hoil. This trailer was written by Jeffrey Gardner and Jim McDoniel, with music and recording engineering by DJ Catnip, and sound design by Jeffrey Gardner.

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Published: Jan. 14, 2019, 3:33 a.m.

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