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Haunting Your TBR: Mariquita & Steph Talk Horror Books

Mariquita and Steph get together to talk about their favorite books for creepiest season of all, and they get a little carried away (oooo! by ghosts!!)

Books mentioned:

Reluctant Immortals by Gwendolyn Kiste

Grievers by adrienne maree brown

Maroons by adrienne maree brown (forthcoming)

The Women Could Fly by Megan Giddings

Woman, Eating by Claire Kohda

The Hacienda by Isabel Cañas

Cackle by Rachel Harrison

The Return by Rachel Harrison

Cursed Bunny by Bora Chung

The Between by Tananarive Due

We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson

The Hollow Places by T. Kingfisher

A House with Good Bones by T. Kingfisher

The Hamster Princess Series by Ursula Vernon

Fairy Tale by Stephen King

The Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix

My Best Friend’s Exorcism by Grady Hendrix

Also mentioned:
The Strength of Grief and Joy of Rage by Sally Mercedes for Feminist Book Club

Reflecting Colonialism in Horror: A Discussion of Postcolonial Gothic and The Hacienda with Dr. Isabel Cañas by Mariquita Guerrera for Feminist Book Club

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This episode was edited and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people.

Original music by @iam.onyxrose

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Renee Powers founded Feminist Book Club in 2018 to provide a space for intersectional feminists to learn, grow, and connect. When not reading or running the biz, you can find her drinking coffee and trying unsuccessfully to teach her retired racing greyhound how to fetch. Favorite genres: feminist thrillers, contemporary literary fiction, short stories, and anything that might be described as "irreverent"

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