The Attic Monologues is a new queer urban fantasy podcast in association with Exeter University Podcast Society.

The show follows Nyx Ryland, a nonbinary university student who decides to record themself practicing monologues using a collection they found in their attic. Using their flatmate and life long crush, Bella Crowe, as their audience, they begin reading them.

But these monologues are strange, and dreamlike, and the more Nyx reads, the more it becomes evident that things are not as they seem. These monologues are not just paper and ink, the world is not what they knew, and the people they love just might be in danger - or the danger itself.

Accessibility Statement

The Attic Monologues team is committed to ensuring the widest possible audience is able to enjoy the show. In our efforts to make it as accessible as possible, we’re already planning on:


- Releasing transcripts in tandem with each episode, which are available here.

- Providing content warnings in the show notes of each episode.


- Making our episodes available on as many free-to-use platforms as possible, including Spotify, SoundCloud, YouTube, Deezer, PodBean, ListenNotes, Podchaser, TuneIn, Podcast Addict, Pocket Casts, Castbox, Pod Paradise, and Stitcher.


However, this is the first time most of us are undertaking a project like this, so if there’s anything we can do to make The Attic Monologues better for you, please do let us know- we hope to constantly improve as the show grows.

Listen to The Attic Monologues:

  • SoundCloud
  • Spotify
  • Deezer
  • iTunes
  • YouTube

Follow us on Social Media:

  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Tumblr

At present, The Attic Monologues is a labour of love run entirely by volunteers who donate their time and hard work, and pay for hosting, equipment, and other costs out of pocket. As the podcast grows, we would love to be able to supply our actors with higher quality equipment, to improve your listening experience, as well as eventually compensate our cast and crew. 

The Attic Monologues will always be free to listen to. If you enjoy the show, please consider supporting us by donating to our Ko-fi. If you can't afford to or would prefer not to donate, but would still like to support the show, please consider leaving us a review or telling a friend to listen! Thank you so much.

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