Jeff Emtman

Jeff Emtman

Independent Producer

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

Jeff Emtman on KCRW

Producer Bethany Denton wants to know if her meat-eater’s guilt is justified.

HBM122: Should Cows Have Names?

Producer Bethany Denton wants to know if her meat-eater’s guilt is justified.

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Here Be Monsters host Jeff Emtman climbs a tree, stops believing in God.

HBM121: True North

Here Be Monsters host Jeff Emtman climbs a tree, stops believing in God.

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Here Be Monsters is back!  Season 8 begins October 2nd, 2019.

Season 8 = October 2

Here Be Monsters is back!  Season 8 begins October 2nd, 2019.

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