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About Love and Luck
Love and Luck is Australia’s first LGBT audio drama podcast. It’s a sweet queer love story with a touch of magic, told via voicemails.
The story is about people who fall in love, learn they have magic powers, and use those powers to support and protect their community. The good guys win, no one dies, and queer people of all types are all loved and valued.
Made for people who like healthy relationships and happy endings, Love and Luck’s goal is to bring a few minutes of warmth and happiness to listeners once a week.
Set in Melbourne, Australia in the present day, the world of Love and Luck is populated with many real life queer Melbourne people, events and places alongside its fictional characters.
Download / Subscribe: The show can be listened to directly from the website, as well as subscribed and listened to on most podcast platforms, such as itunes, pocketcasts and spotify. Episodes are also released on youtube, with captions.
Schedule: Love and Luck releases episodes weekly, on Tuesdays at 8pm (Australian EST, UTC+10)
Cast and Crew
Our recording engineer is Kermie Breydon.
Kane is voiced by Lee Davis-Thalbourne.
Jason is voiced by Erin Kyan.
Love and Luck’s credits voice is Roslyn Quin.
Love and Luck is recorded at the Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre, in Carlton, Melbourne.
Here is our trailer:
And here is a 30 second promo clip:
Love and Luck was conceptualized by, written by, edited by and coproduced by Erin Kyan - who also voices one of the main characters.
A queer, disabled, trans man who lives in St Kilda (where the bulk of the podcast is set), Erin lives with his partner and coproducer Lee, and their two cats, Tribble and Boop.
Erin began writing Love and Luck for stress relief and as a power fantasy. In a world in which queer people are not generally valued by society, he wanted a story where queer love is cherished, queer people are appreciated and live happily, and homophobic and transphobic people are either rehabilitated or punished.
Once the first draft was written, Erin decided to produce Love and Luck as a podcast. He wanted to learn more about podcasting as a medium, and tends to enjoy learning by doing, so jumping straight into a project felt right for him. He also found that as he discussed the project with friends, many people were desperate for more kind and happy queer media. The support for the project has been unexpected and very much appreciated.
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Our cover art was designed by Sophia Parsons Cope. (soufexdraws.tumblr.com)
The font used for our logo is Blackout Midnight.