Author Interview, FBC Readathons, Podcast Shownotes

Creative Places to Read + An Interview with Emily Henry

with Niba and Christine The #FBCReadathon is happening next weekend! To help you prepare to make the most out of the weekend, Niba shares a few unconventional places to squeeze in more reading time. Then Christine interviews Emily Henry, the author of People We Meet on Vacation, which is one of the 50+ books we’re …

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Blog, Social Justice

The Bay Area Needs to Support its Asian American Communities

In 2021, the violence against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) has been highlighted due to the climb in outrageous crimes. There have been countless attacks and murders against AAPI including a 91-year-old man who was shoved to the ground in Oakland, a 64-year-old woman who was mugged in San Jose and even a murder …

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Author Interview, Podcast Shownotes

The New Wedding Book with Phalin & Business Updates with Renee

Planning a wedding but not too interested in the patriarchal traditions? We’ve got you covered! In today’s episode, Phalin converses with Karen Cleveland and Michelle Bilodeau, the authors of The New Wedding Book: A Guide to Ditching All the Rules, on how to focus more on “you doing you” and less on the “I do’s!” …

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Author Interview, Bookish Life, Podcast Shownotes

Praying with Jane Eyre: An Interview with Vanessa Zoltan

Renee chats with fellow book media entrepreneur Vanessa Zoltan about running a bookish business, what it means to be an atheist minister, and how to read secular texts as sacred. Vanessa is an atheist chaplain and CEO of Not Sorry Productions. She is the co-host of the podcasts Harry Potter & the Sacred Text, Hot …

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Blog, Social Justice

Company Pride Logos: Performative or Productive?

Scenario: It’s May 31st. Every company logo has their normal color, normal style, normal everything. The clock strikes midnight on June 1st? Rainbow, rainbow, rainbow! Although the visibility for the queer community is admirable, it begs the question: is changing your company’s logo for Pride considered performative or productive?   There are a few different sides …

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