Trashy Divorces is a Good Podcast About Bad Relationships. Hosted by Alicia and Stacie, every Sunday we take listeners on a comedic ride through two stories of marital misconduct and love gone wrong. A blend of profile, pop culture, history, and politics, we’ve logged more than 1.3 million downloads since our January 1, 2019 launch.
Trashy Divorces has grown very quickly, with a devoted fanbase that includes more than 700 paid members in our Patreon community. The show’s catalog is downloaded more than 100,000 times a month, and growing. Press mentions include:
AV Club, 5/20/19
Atlantan Magazine, 9/2/19
Sunday Times Style Magazine (UK), 10/20/19
Town & Country, 4/21/20
The Observer (AUS), 4/25/20
Shelf Isolation (BBC Scotland), 5/10/20
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About the Host
Host Name: Stacie & Alicia
Stacie is a freelance copywriter with experience in a range of industries, but for years has supplied regular ghostwritten content for law firm websites. In 2018, she realized that she had a stack of material that, with significant revision and a shift of emphasis, could probably make for a pretty bangin’ podcast. Then she realized that the website and social media handles for “trashydivorces” were somehow not already owned by someone else, and a plan was hatched.
Alicia is a freelance corporate trainer and instructional designer by trade who consults for companies and government agencies. When she’s not doing that or podcasting, she’s also an accomplished artist. You can find her work at Be Sassy Art on Facebook. Her first wife will always be her Yorkshire terrier Ruby Tallulah, but she grudgingly acknowledges her status as a cat lady, and blames Stacie for it 100%.
They’ve been married since 2015 (they had to do it in Florida, because it wasn’t legal in Georgia yet) and live in Atlanta with Ruby and their cat sons, Inman and Barnaby.