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Author Interview, Blog, Podcast Shownotes

How to Live Free in a Dangerous World with Shayla Lawson

Tayler (she/her) sits down with Shayla Lawson (they/them), author of the new book How to Live Free in a Dangerous World: A Decolonial Memoir. Tune in as Shayla talks about  Blackness as nonbinary, shares an argument for lowercasing the b in Black, and so much more on the African Diaspora. Get a copy of How

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Blog, Podcast Shownotes

Where we’ve been and where we’re going

Renee shares a quick update on where our podcast has been, what’s to come the next couple weeks, what to expect in the future. Contribute to our Co-Op Transition Fund here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/feministbookclub Beyond the Box: Our weekly round-up of blog and podcast content delivered directly to your inbox every Friday Check out our online community

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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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