Author Announcement: Robin Hopkins and Jaimie Kelton, If These Ovaries Could Talk

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Photo Credit: Anna Ty Bergman IG @annatyphoto

Author Announcement: Robin Hopkins and Jaimie Kelton, If These Ovaries Could Talk

We are pleased to announce Robin Hopkins and Jaimie Kelton have partnered with Lit Riot Press to publish their debut book based on their popular podcast If These Ovaries Could Talk. We’re excited for both Robin and Jaimie, their forthcoming book (2019) and Season 2 of If These Ovaries Could Talk. Tune in! New episodes every week.

About If These Ovaries Could Talk

If These Ovaries Could Talk is a podcast where two lesbians chat about making babies and non-traditional families. Our hosts, Jaimie Kelton and Robin Hopkins go in-depth with weekly guests about their hopes, dreams, fears and setbacks when bringing a new life into the world with a lot of love and a good amount of science. Jaimie and Robin ask the question, what happens when these families enter a world designed for straight people?

Host Robin Hopkins

For her day job, Robin is an Executive Producer of Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1  Keith the original podcast on Spotify.  But, Robin is also an actor, writer and producer who began her career as a stand-up comic. She is a frequent contributor to Medium and Huffington Post with essays featured in the Parents and Queer Voices sections. Robin is also an accomplished playwright. Her one-woman show, In Search of Tulla Berman debuted to sold-out crowds in San Francisco and enjoyed subsequent runs in Winnipeg, Canada, the Pelican Theatre in New York City, and ended with a month-long run at the Ars Nova Theatre. Her Film & TV credits include Boardwalk Empire, Louie and Hindsight and some really great “big hands acting” on Celebrity Ghost Stories. She co-hosts the podcast If These Ovaries Could Talk.

Host Jaimie Kelton

Jaimie Kelton is an actor, singer, dancer, voice over artist and podcaster based in New York City. She has over 17 years of experience performing on stages in NYC, as well as in Regional Theaters, on National tours, and for a few dreamlike years, singing and tanning on a cruise ship. She is a Helen Hayes Award Recipient. Her voice can be heard in various forms on Disney’s hit cartoon, The Octonauts, SYFY’s HAPPY!,  and Amazon’s soon to be aired, Bug Diaries. She co-hosts the podcast If These Ovaries Could Talk, where she chats with non-traditional families about making babies when making babies doesn’t come naturally. She lives with her wife, two children and tiny dog in Manhattan.

 
 

Press for If These Ovaries Could Talk

“This podcast is bold, refreshing, and relevant to so many of us, as it brings this community of strong women together. They’ve started the podcast we never knew we needed the most.”– AfterEllen.com

"...unique, and quirky, and eclectic, and ultimately so fun. The epitome of these hyper-niche podcasts, and a quality podcast to boot..." - Discover Pods 

“While queer parenting remains relatively common in real life, nontraditional families’ stories are rare in pop culture. Thankfully, now LGBTQ families can turn to a new podcast called If These Ovaries Could Talk.” – The Daily Dot

“If These Ovaries Could Talk,” a fun and informative new podcast by two lesbian moms, shares stories of baby making and other aspects of raising and caring for our families. Meet them and have a listen!” - Mombian

“Typically when I think of fertility issues, I think of them in hetero terms, so this podcast is a refreshing switch up. In it, two lesbian hosts, Robin Hopkins and Jaimie Kelton, talk about the challenges and experiences of gay families having babies and invite guests to discuss their non-traditional families.” - Brooklyn Based 

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