Join us for an engaging episode that uncovers powerful narratives and explores the realms of history, home, and abolitionist fiction. You’ll hear an author interview with K. X. Song about her book An Echo in the City and then a discussion about Chain-Gang All-Stars by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah.
History, Home, and BTS: An Author Interview with K.X. Song
Ashley engages in an enlightening conversation with author K.X. Song about her debut novel, “An Echo in the City.” Discover the intricate threads of home, democracy protests in Hong Kong, and the weight of familial expectations woven within Song’s compelling storytelling.
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Chain-Gang All-Stars and Abolitionist Fiction
Join your hosts Renee, Sally, and Jordy as they embark on an insightful discussion centered around the groundbreaking book Chain-Gang All-Stars by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah. This book weaves a mesmerizing narrative that explores the complex interplay between justice, humanity, and the carceral system.
Listen in as Renee, Sally, and Jordy dive deep into the book’s rich themes, characters, and thought-provoking moments, unraveling its significance in the realm of abolition fiction.
Get ready to be captivated by these thought-provoking segments that invite reflection, and inspire change. Tune in to Feminist Book Club: The Podcast and join us on this bookish journey.
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This episode was edited by Niba and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people.
Original music by @iam.onyxrose