Author Interview, Book Reviews, Podcast Shownotes

Love in the Time of Serial Killers Review + A Cat-and-Mouse Thriller in the Jim Crow South with Wanda M. Morris

In the first segment, Jordy sits down to discuss one of her favorite books of this year. Love in the Time of Serial Killers gives us the spice we need, the laughs we want, and the insight we weren’t expecting.

Wanda M. Morris’ sophomore thriller, Anywhere You Run, comes out this week and Renee wants to shove it in EVERYONE’s hands. Wanda chats with Renee about what it means to be a good girl, especially a good Black girl in the South, whiteness and class, and the parallels Wanda sees between then and now. 

Books & Media mentioned:

Love in the Time of Serial Killers by Alicia Thompson

Author Interview: Alicia Thompson and Love in the Time of Serial Killers – Feminist Book Club

Anywhere You Run by Wanda M. Morris

All Her Little Secrets by Wanda M. Morris

Times Undoing by Cheryl Head

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

Original music by @iam.onyxrose
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Angel is a Nigerian, born in Ghana, raised in South Dakota, and currently living in Minnesota. She’s a self certified art heaux obsessed with writing, theatre, music, crafts, fashion and everything in between. A storyteller in motion, she’s on a mission to celebrate Blackness existing outside of the typical monolith portrayed by Media. When she’s not fighting the good fight, you can find her analyzing nostalgic TV, testing new recipes, or making themed mood boards and playlists. Favorite genres: young adult, memoir, african/african-american fiction

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