Jeff Emtman

Jeff Emtman

Independent Producer

Jeff Emtman is the producer of the Here Be Monsters podcast in Seattle, Washington.

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However, moving forward, HBM will continue as an independent production, and no longer be distributed through the KCRW feed.

HBM Continues as an Independent Podcast

However, moving forward, HBM will continue as an independent production, and no longer be distributed through the KCRW feed.

from Here Be Monsters

Black Tulsans record a rap album in a house that once belonged to a famous Klansman.

HBM140: The New Black Wall Street

Black Tulsans record a rap album in a house that once belonged to a famous Klansman.

from Here Be Monsters

Is volunteering for pain an unnecessary cruelty? Or is it a fundamental part of being human?

HBM139: Acceptable Pains

Is volunteering for pain an unnecessary cruelty? Or is it a fundamental part of being human?

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