4 women are standing in a line. They're very fed up with SCOTUS... but all are here to talk about the Little Mermaid and Sapphic Lit.
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Diving into Diversity: SCOTUS Rulings, The Little Mermaid & Sapphic Lit

Join us for an episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast as we explore the realms of diversity and inclusivity. In this thought-provoking episode, we delve into three captivating segments that cover a range of topics, from recent SCOTUS rulings to the live action remake of The Little Mermaid and the world of book influencing.  […]

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the cover of The Quiet part Out Loud by Deborah Crossland and the cover of One of the Boys by Jayne Cowie displayed on a purple background.
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Myths, Faith, and a Genetic Dystopia: Exploring Powerful Narratives

In this episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, we dive into two thought-provoking books. Join us for captivating conversations with Deborah Crossland about The Quiet Part Out Loud and Jayne Cowie about One of the Boys. Modernizing Greek Mythology and Christianity with Deborah Crossland  Segment begins 00:00:22 Join Ashley as she engages in an

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Accessible Connections: From Book Clubs to Dating

Join us as we navigate accessibility, virtual spaces, and the rollercoaster ride of dating experiences. It’s time to break down barriers and foster connections that empower us all. Accessibility and Virtual Book Clubs CW:// InaccessibilitySegment begins at 00:00:22 Discover the importance of accessibility in book clubs as Nox shares her personal experience attempting to attend

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(Re)Introducing the Feminist Book Club podcast team!

We recently welcomed seven new contributors to the Feminist Book Club team and we’d like to (re)introduce you to everyone! With these new voices, we’re also adjusting our content schedule just slightly. On Tuesdays, you’ll hear us dive deep into one or two books through group book discussions and author interviews. On Thursdays, you can

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The book cover of An echo in the city by K. X. Song and the book cover of Chain-Gang All-Stars by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah
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Unveiling Stories: From Home to Abolition

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

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a book stack with books including: The #metoo effect, Pageboy, We Have Always Been Here, and Ace. Listen to the episode to learn more
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Amplifying Voices: Pride Audiobooks & The #MeToo Effect

In this powerful episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, we amplify important voices and dive into two compelling segments that will captivate and educate. Audiobooks for Pride! Segment starts at 00:00:22If you want to celebrate Pride and National Audiobook Month through your reading this month, Sally’s got recs for you! Offering a range of

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text reads, "child free by choice. Sam and Renee discuss not being a mother. Who is Naturally beautiful? Tayler interviews author Ling Ling Huang"
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Embracing Choices, Redefining Beauty

Join us for an empowering episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, featuring two engaging segments that challenge societal norms and celebrate personal choices. Child Free By Choice The decision to pursue having a family or choosing to be childfree is not one to be taken lightly. Renee and Sam chat about their experiences choosing

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The book Yelloface by R. F. Kuang held over a background of yellow flowers.
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Yellowface: Worth the Hype?

Join Feminist Book Club content contributors Sam Paul and Alana Amore as they breakdown and discuss the thought-provoking recent release, Yellowface by R. F. Kuang.  In this mini-book club discussion, Sam and Alana explore the important conversations sparked by the book and its relevance to the contemporary literary landscape. Discover the powerful themes and resonant

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Segment 1: OnlyFans, Nannies, and Found Family with Lana Ferguson. Jordy Interviews Lana. Segment 2: All Power to the People. A Bookish Double Date with Sally Segment 3: Blue Hour Book Review by Tiffany Clarke Harrison. A book review by Mariquita
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WARNING: These Books May Cause Emotions

This episode is filled with three segments that are on the shorter side!  OnlyFans, Nannies, and Found Family with Lana Ferguson time stamp: 00:00:22Join Jordy in a conversation with Lana Ferguson about her latest novel, The Nanny. Get ready to jump into a captivating story that explores the dynamics of found family, the allure of

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Berkeley Summer Release Radar + The Mystery in Question

Join us for an exciting episode, featuring two captivating segments that will satisfy your music and book cravings for your Summer reading list. In our first segment, Jordy and special guest Kristin Cipolla dive into Summer reading. Get ready for a delightful blend of Taylor Swift and literature as Jordy recommends the perfect Taylor songs

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Love in the Time of ICE + The Fruits of Family and Wealth

In this captivating episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, we explore two thought-provoking segments that delve into love, borders, and the complexities of family and wealth. What happens when you fall in love with someone with an incompatible passport? Sally chats with Anna Lekas Miller about her book Love Across Borders: Passports, Papers, and

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