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Queer As Fiction
Queer As Fiction is a podcast where three adult women (Amanda Holland, Kirsten King & Ashly Perez) write their own fan fiction based on audience suggestions.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 1,335 ratings
Definitely listen
I love listening to this podcast I’ve listened to it all so many times and I always laugh it never gets old and it feel like I just am hanging out with some queer friends having a great time. 10/10 would definitely recommend
This_Peach via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/11/19
This podcast is my safe space
This is 100% the greatest podcast to listen to anytime, anywhere (preferably with earbuds). Amanda, Ashley, and Kristen you guys have created a space that allows someone to be not just queer and proud, but part of what feels like a special community based on three amazing and beautiful zaddys and...Read full review »
Bellbottom23 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/09/19
We need more of this!
I listen to this at night when I’m at my sisters house and I’m bored because she’s passed out drunk on the couch. Thank you for this. -Harmonie Cooper
imafatasspig via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/01/19
Recent Episodes
On this season finale of Queer As Fiction, we talk about how to survive the holidays and also make our childhood faves the Spice Girls real queer!
Published 11/13/18
On this episode, Amanda, Kirsten and Ashly tell their own ghosted stories as well as some spooky hook up stories. And for the first time on Queer AF, the three write one fanfic together about everyone's favorite spooky couple, Daphne and Velma from Scooby Doo!
Published 10/30/18
This week on Queer As Fiction, we all write a Hayley Kiyoko fic and talk about which season is the sexiest. Follow us on Twitter: @QueerAsFic
Published 10/16/18
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