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Gay Pulp
Audiobooks made from vintage gay erotic novels.
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March 01, 2021 07:25 AM PST

French Line #56, Originally published 1969. About the host: A native of Ponca City, Oklahoma, Robert Maril moved to New York in 2006 after earning degrees in Voice Performance from Peabody Conservatory and DePauw University. With composers George Lam and Ruby Fulton and singers Elisabeth Halliday and Bonnie Lander, Robert is a founding member of Rhymes With Opera (http://www.rhymeswithopera.org), an ensemble that commissions new dramatic vocal works, now in its twelfth season. Robert is a member of the band Tender Creature (https://www.tendercreature.com), and since 2008 has worked as a DJ (http://www.mixcloud.com/robertmaril), with a current residency in Fire Island Pines. As a writer and columnist, he’s contributed to Rolling Stone, Next Magazine, Queerty, and Baltimore Gay Life, among others.

February 22, 2021 06:06 AM PST

French Line #56, Originally published 1969. About the host: A native of Ponca City, Oklahoma, Robert Maril moved to New York in 2006 after earning degrees in Voice Performance from Peabody Conservatory and DePauw University. With composers George Lam and Ruby Fulton and singers Elisabeth Halliday and Bonnie Lander, Robert is a founding member of Rhymes With Opera (http://www.rhymeswithopera.org), an ensemble that commissions new dramatic vocal works, now in its twelfth season. Robert is a member of the band Tender Creature (https://www.tendercreature.com), and since 2008 has worked as a DJ (http://www.mixcloud.com/robertmaril), with a current residency in Fire Island Pines. As a writer and columnist, he’s contributed to Rolling Stone, Next Magazine, Queerty, and Baltimore Gay Life, among others.

February 08, 2021 11:27 AM PST

French Line #56, Originally published 1969. About the host: A native of Ponca City, Oklahoma, Robert Maril moved to New York in 2006 after earning degrees in Voice Performance from Peabody Conservatory and DePauw University. With composers George Lam and Ruby Fulton and singers Elisabeth Halliday and Bonnie Lander, Robert is a founding member of Rhymes With Opera (http://www.rhymeswithopera.org), an ensemble that commissions new dramatic vocal works, now in its twelfth season. Robert is a member of the band Tender Creature (https://www.tendercreature.com), and since 2008 has worked as a DJ (http://www.mixcloud.com/robertmaril), with a current residency in Fire Island Pines. As a writer and columnist, he’s contributed to Rolling Stone, Next Magazine, Queerty, and Baltimore Gay Life, among others.

February 01, 2021 06:26 AM PST

French Line #56, Originally published 1969. About the host: A native of Ponca City, Oklahoma, Robert Maril moved to New York in 2006 after earning degrees in Voice Performance from Peabody Conservatory and DePauw University. With composers George Lam and Ruby Fulton and singers Elisabeth Halliday and Bonnie Lander, Robert is a founding member of Rhymes With Opera (http://www.rhymeswithopera.org), an ensemble that commissions new dramatic vocal works, now in its twelfth season. Robert is a member of the band Tender Creature (https://www.tendercreature.com), and since 2008 has worked as a DJ (http://www.mixcloud.com/robertmaril), with a current residency in Fire Island Pines. As a writer and columnist, he’s contributed to Rolling Stone, Next Magazine, Queerty, and Baltimore Gay Life, among others.

January 25, 2021 06:16 AM PST

French Line #56, Originally published 1969. About the host: A native of Ponca City, Oklahoma, Robert Maril moved to New York in 2006 after earning degrees in Voice Performance from Peabody Conservatory and DePauw University. With composers George Lam and Ruby Fulton and singers Elisabeth Halliday and Bonnie Lander, Robert is a founding member of Rhymes With Opera (http://www.rhymeswithopera.org), an ensemble that commissions new dramatic vocal works, now in its twelfth season. Robert is a member of the band Tender Creature (https://www.tendercreature.com), and since 2008 has worked as a DJ (http://www.mixcloud.com/robertmaril), with a current residency in Fire Island Pines. As a writer and columnist, he’s contributed to Rolling Stone, Next Magazine, Queerty, and Baltimore Gay Life, among others.

January 18, 2021 08:05 AM PST

French Line #56, Originally published 1969. About the host: A native of Ponca City, Oklahoma, Robert Maril moved to New York in 2006 after earning degrees in Voice Performance from Peabody Conservatory and DePauw University. With composers George Lam and Ruby Fulton and singers Elisabeth Halliday and Bonnie Lander, Robert is a founding member of Rhymes With Opera (http://www.rhymeswithopera.org), an ensemble that commissions new dramatic vocal works, now in its twelfth season. Robert is a member of the band Tender Creature (https://www.tendercreature.com), and since 2008 has worked as a DJ (http://www.mixcloud.com/robertmaril), with a current residency in Fire Island Pines. As a writer and columnist, he’s contributed to Rolling Stone, Next Magazine, Queerty, and Baltimore Gay Life, among others.

January 04, 2021 07:31 AM PST

French Line #56, Originally published 1969. About the host: A native of Ponca City, Oklahoma, Robert Maril moved to New York in 2006 after earning degrees in Voice Performance from Peabody Conservatory and DePauw University. With composers George Lam and Ruby Fulton and singers Elisabeth Halliday and Bonnie Lander, Robert is a founding member of Rhymes With Opera (http://www.rhymeswithopera.org), an ensemble that commissions new dramatic vocal works, now in its twelfth season. Robert is a member of the band Tender Creature (https://www.tendercreature.com), and since 2008 has worked as a DJ (http://www.mixcloud.com/robertmaril), with a current residency in Fire Island Pines. As a writer and columnist, he’s contributed to Rolling Stone, Next Magazine, Queerty, and Baltimore Gay Life, among others.

December 28, 2020 06:33 AM PST

French Line #56 Originally published 1969

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