Episode Eighteen: Season Recap Part Two

Gina and Kelly discuss their favorite moments from the second half of season one. In this episode, we discuss Gina’s storied history as a majorette. We also catch up with Ali Arant. In an outtake, Tara Bynam and Gina discuss the inherent pleasure of righteous anger. We also discuss a possible spinoff: “About War Eagle,” and we investigate the motivations of humans and monsters in bonus clips from “Real Early South” and “The Faulkner Witch Project.” Rounding out the episode, Joey Kennedy provides insight about the incoming Attorney General, and Vice Mayor Seyram Selase tells us why it’s important to return to the South.


 Lost and found art from our home, the Historic West End of Atlanta, GA.

Lost and found art from our home, the Historic West End of Atlanta, GA.


We would like to thank our special guests for making this season a success—we could not have done this without you. We would also like to thank our listeners! We appreciate your kind ears and your support! Please follow us on social media, and help us spread the word by sharing your favorite episode from this season on your preferred social media platform.

Please join us for the About South Season One Wrap Party at Argosy in East Atlanta Village at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, December 9! We would love to raise a glass with you and hear your feedback about our first season! You can RSVP on Facebook or EventBrite.

We'll be back July 7th! Until then, listen to our new podcasting friends, Story of My Life.


 Cheers to a great first season!

Cheers to a great first season!