Somniloquy ep#5: Tropes!

I haven't posted about my podcast in a while! Why not? I ... don't know! Episode FIVE is now out, I can't believe it's been so many! Check it out here, with special guest Caitlin Coxon! https://open.spotify.com/show/2HaHojN51CaSSHr62ArjuV?si=pqNNn2whSuOGcjHjYD5h9Q

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