Podcast Shownotes

[59] Megan Angelo, author of Followers

“As technology advances and as we can do more, some of those things may benefit us but we also create a situation and culture where people forget that their bodily autonomy doesn’t have to be bound up in data and science.” – Megan Angelo


Megan Angelo has written about television, film, women and pop culture, and motherhood for publications including The New York Times (where she helped launch city comedy coverage), Glamour (where she was a contributing editor and wrote a column on women and television), Elle, The Wall Street Journal, Marie Claire, and Slate. She is a mother of three and lives in Pennsylvania. Followers is her first novel.


Connect with Megan on Twitter, Instagram, on her website.


Megan’s book recommendations: Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid, The Wives by Tarryn Fisher, and All Adults Here by Emma Straub


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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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