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Non-Fiction Graphic Novels with Sally + A Seat at the Radical Queer Dinner Party

Graphic memoirs get a lot of love – as well they should! Still, there are other non-fiction graphic novels that deserve love too. Sally shares some of her faves and why she loves this format so much.

Stick around for an interview with Annie Krabbenschmidt and hear about their recently released memoir, Fred: An Unbecoming Woman. Rah and Annie also discuss being in a vacuum of your own people, independently publishing a book with a team of queers, and sharing personal narratives. Then join in on a small little game of “gender/not gender” at the end of the episode. 

Non-Fiction Graphic Novels Mentioned by Sally: 

Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

Fun Home by Alison Bechdel

Brazen by Penelope Bagieu

Wake by Rebecca Hall

Feelings by Manjit Thapp

Seek You by Kristen Radtke

BONUS! Displacement by Kiku Hughes

Books Mentioned by Annie: 

Shrill by Lindy West

What We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Fat by Aubrey Gordan

Who Cooked Adam Smith’s Dinner by Katrine Marçal 

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This episode was edited by Rah Hernandez 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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