Blog, Book Reviews, Podcast Shownotes, Social Justice

Sapphic Romances + Separating Art from Artist

Pride Month is here and we’ve got our queerly beloveds on our minds. In this double header, you’ll first hear Rah and Jordy discuss their favorite sapphic romances and why they love a good WLW love story. Then, Ashley and Mhairie tackle the question of whether we can ever separate a piece of art (such as a certain nostalgic magical series) from the artist when they actively harm the people we love.

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the book Vampires of El Norte by Isabel Canas with a fall background
Blog, Bookish Life, Podcast Shownotes

Vampires of El Norte & the Horrors of History

Join Mariquita, Mhairie, and Sam for a discussion about Isabel Cañas’s genre-defying new release, Vampires of El Norte. Cañas’s work seamlessly blends the chilling elements of horror, the tender allure of romance, and the rich tapestry of historical fiction into a single captivating narrative. In this episode, our hosts take a deep dive into this

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The Quickening by Elizabeth Rush could be one of the books on this book stack that is sitting on a bed next to pumpkins.
Blog, Book Reviews, Podcast Shownotes

Parenthood, Science, and Feminist Football Fans

Welcome to another exciting episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast! In this thought-provoking installment, we’re delving into two dynamic segments starting with a book review of The Quickening by Elizabeth Rush. Then stay tuned to listen in as Renee and Ashley ask themselves, “Can I be a feminist football fan?”.  The Quickening: A Review

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books sit on a fuzzy blue blanket. Books include Murder and Mamon by Mia P. Manasala and Killers of a Certain Age by Deanna Raybourn
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Cozy Mysteries and Deadly Dames: An Author interview & discussion

In this episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, we have two segments that will have your TBR list flourishing with cozy mysteries and empowered women. First Renee chats with Mia P. Manasala about her recently released cozy mystery, Murder and Mamon. Then Ashley, Rah, and Mariquita sit down for a mini-book club discussion revolving

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Home Repairs & Cinematic Reflections

Welcome to Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, where we explore media through a feminist lens. In this episode, we’re diving into two diverse segments that share an overview of Safe and Sound by Mercury Stardust and an analysis of the film Oppenheimer. A Renters-Friendly Guide to home repair: An Enthusiastic Overview Mhairie introduces you to

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the cover of Trinity by Zelda Lockhart and Stuff Mom Never Told you by Anney Reese and Samantha McVey
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Family Sagas & Feminist Conversations: Books to add to your TBR

This episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast will have you adding to your TBR. This episode is back to back author interviews sharing their insights on storytelling and  feminist perspectives. The Trifecta of Family Stories with Zelda Lockhart (00:21) Ashley engages in a conversation with acclaimed author Zelda Lockhart, the creative force behind Trinity.

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Romance, Spice, & The Gamification of Reading

Welcome to Feminist Book Club: The Podcast. In this episode we curated two bookish discussions that promise to expand your reading list and evoke some delightful nostalgia for those beloved 90s reading challenges Romance, Spice, and Everything Nice: How Sex Has Evolved in the Romance Genre (01:51) Jordy and Thien-Kim sit down to discuss the

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The book covers of The Art of Scandal by Regina Black and Birding for a Better World: A Guide to Finding Joy and Community in Nature by Molly Adams and Sydney Golden Anderson
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The Art of Scandal & Birding for a Better World

Welcome to this episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast. This episode includes diving into two great recently released books. First you’ll hear from Ashley as she interviews Regina Black about her book The Art of Scandal. Then stick around as Renee geeks out about birds with Molly and Sydney, co-authors of Birding for a

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