Blog, Book Reviews

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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Author Interview, Blog

Kaleidoscope: Author Interview with Cecily Wong

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! Kaleidoscope was the perfect name for the novel by Cecily Wong. It was colorful in sights, smells, tastes, and emotions. For me, it

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cover of Young and Restless
Blog, Book Reviews

Book Review: Young and Restless: The Girls Who Sparked America’s Revolutions

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! Mattie Kahn begins Young and Restless: The Girls Who Sparked America’s Revolutions by recalling a realization that she just hadn’t read about that

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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.
Blog, Bookish Life, Podcast Shownotes

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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Celebrate disability pride through reading then you can help challenge Mississippi Code 39-3-25. (Just like this parent and two kids are doing right now)
Blog, Educate and Activate, Podcast Shownotes

Celebrating Disability Pride & Challenging Censorship

Join us in this empowering episode of our podcast as we celebrate Disability Pride, explore books that champion disability representation, and engage in an important discussion about censorship in Mississippi.  Disability Pride Wrap Up (00:22) Let’s  embrace diversity and inclusivity through reading! Renee recommends a curated list of books that shine a spotlight on disability

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Person drawing a heart in a notebook as she thinks about Blind Data Webcomic and Stone Blind by Natalie Haynes
Blog, Podcast Shownotes

Swipe Right for Medusa: Online Dating & Medusa’s Retelling

In this episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, we dive into two segments that explore the complexities of modern dating and challenge traditional mythic narratives. Join us as Tayler interviews Paula Rogers about her webcomic, Blind Data and for a mini-book club discussion about Stone Blind by Natalie Haynes.  Before the two segments Renee

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woman reading
Blog, Podcast Shownotes

Witches, Wonders, and the Women’s World Cup

Welcome to another episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast!  Get ready for a riveting lineup of thought-provoking segments that will ignite your passion for literature and social issues. First, you’ll hear a book review of Weyward Witches by Emilia Hart, then Sally recommends a few audiobooks. After that, Mariquita reviews When We Were Mothers

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