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Eve: How a Book About Evolution Made Me Hopeful for the Future

When I first saw Eve on the shelf at my local indie, I’ll admit that I was a wee bit intimidated by its size. Now I’m so glad I set that fear aside and let my interest take over because I absolutely loved this book! (Plus, it’s worth noting that the book is not nearly as long as it seems; over 150 pages are dedicated to the notes, bibliography, and index at the end.)

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How to Live Free in a Dangerous World with Shayla Lawson

Tayler (she/her) sits down with Shayla Lawson (they/them), author of the new book How to Live Free in a Dangerous World: A Decolonial Memoir. Tune in as Shayla talks about  Blackness as nonbinary, shares an argument for lowercasing the b in Black, and so much more on the African Diaspora. Get a copy of How

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Alternative Realities of Grief; the covers of Beautyland by Marie-Helene Bertino; Grief is for People by Sloane Crosley, and Death Valley by Melissa Broder superimposed on tombstones.
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Grief’s Alternative Realities: Books Where Loss Shapes the World

This post may include affiliate links, which means we make a small commission on any sales. This commission helps Feminist Book Club pay our contributors, so thanks for supporting small, independent media! Loss stops us in our tracks. It can alter our perception of time, and interrupt or change the course of our lives. Grief’s

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Romance, the Supernatural, and Feminism with Jenna Levine

This post may include affiliate links, which means we make a small commission on any sales. This commission helps Feminist Book Club pay our contributors, so thanks for supporting small, independent media! Jenna Levine is the author of My Roommate is a Vampire, and let me tell you, this is a vampire romance I didn’t

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Educator Reads to Add to Your Bookshelf

Welcome to Feminist Book Club: The Podcast! In this insightful episode, Nox and Caroline share their personal experiences as educators, discussing the books that have profoundly impacted their teaching journeys. As a new and seasoned educator, they exchange ideas and insights while examining the flaws within our education system. Books mentioned:  Positive Discipline in the

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Book Review- Forever is Now by Miriama J. Lockington

This post may include affiliate links, which means we make a small commission on any sales. This commission helps Feminist Book Club pay our contributors, so thanks for supporting small, independent media! Trigger Warnings: Police brutality, racism, death, mental health problems, panic disorders, agoraphobia, biphobia. Positive Representation: Black joy, queer and LGBTQ, non-binary, positive mental

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Two femmes throw peace signs to the air as they sing Taylor Swift's newest versions of her songs. Then they go check out a WNBA game and read feminist romance novels at the end of the day.
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Diverse Discussions: Swift’s Lyric Change, WNBA’s Momentum, and Feminist Romance

Welcome to a captivating episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, where we dive into thought-provoking topics across the spectrum. Get ready for an engaging exploration of Taylor Swift’s lyric controversy, the WNBA’s dynamic developments, and the feminist nuances within the romance genre. Taylor Swift’s Lyric Change: A Deeper Dive  (01:34) It has been a

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Femme presenting person sips coffee while she thinks about books that should be movies and reading The Rachel Incident by Caroline O'Donoghue
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From Sentimental Garbage to Hollywood Dreams

In this episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, we go on a literary journey that celebrates the intricacies of adulthood, embraces the power of joy, and envisions beloved books on the big screen. Our two segments dive into a  conversation with Caroline O’Donoghue about her book The Rachel Incident and share some Mariquita and

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