This episode is filled with three segments that are on the shorter side!
OnlyFans, Nannies, and Found Family with Lana Ferguson
time stamp: 00:00:22
Join Jordy in a conversation with Lana Ferguson about her latest novel, The Nanny. Get ready to jump into a captivating story that explores the dynamics of found family, the allure of steamy and successful single dads who happen to be chefs, and the empowering presence of intelligent women who could easily become your cool great-aunt you never had.
All Power to the People: A Bookish Double Date
time stamp: 00:11:32
So much has been written by and about the Black Panther Party, it’s hard to know where to start. Sally proposes a Double Date with two great books that offer context and insight into the Black Panther Party, their work, and their legacy.
Books Mentioned by Sally
Revolution in Our Time by Kekla Magoon
The Black Panther Party: A Graphic Novel History by David F. Walker and Marcus Kwame Anderson
Blue Hour by Tiffany Clarke Harrison Book Review
time stamp: 00:15:01
Mariquita delves into the pages of “Blue Hour” by Tiffany Clarke Harrison, a captivating novel published by Soft Skull Press. Join her as she shares her insights on this thought-provoking tale of grief, loss, and perseverance. Discover the beautifully woven narrative and immerse yourself in the evocative world created by Harrison. Tune in for an engaging discussion that will leave you eager to explore the depths of Blue Hour and its exploration of the human spirit.
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This episode was edited by Niba and produced by Renee Powers on the ancestral land of the Dakota people.
Original music by @iam.onyxrose