Jeff Emtman

Jeff Emtman

Independent Producer

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

Jeff Emtman on KCRW

New research suggests that Neanderthals did many of the things once thought to be exclusively “human.”

HBM138: Did Neanderthals Bury their Dead?

New research suggests that Neanderthals did many of the things once thought to be exclusively “human.”

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David Pearce wants to end all suffering.

HBM137: Superhappiness

David Pearce wants to end all suffering.

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Jacob Lemanski tries to write an unreadable book.

HBM136: Jacob’s Lost Biography

Jacob Lemanski tries to write an unreadable book.

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