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Myths, Faith, and a Genetic Dystopia: Exploring Powerful Narratives

the cover of The Quiet part Out Loud by Deborah Crossland and the cover of One of the Boys by Jayne Cowie displayed on a purple background.

In this episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast, we dive into two thought-provoking books. Join us for captivating conversations with Deborah Crossland about The Quiet Part Out Loud and Jayne Cowie about One of the Boys.

Modernizing Greek Mythology and Christianity with Deborah Crossland 

Segment begins 00:00:22

Join Ashley as she engages in an enlightening conversation with Deborah Crossland, an expert in Mythological Studies. Discover how Deborah’s Ph.D education inspired her book, “The Quiet Part Out Loud,” as she discusses the importance of rejecting the patriarchal tone of mythology and empowering young people to choose their own ideals of faith.

Get a copy of The Quiet Part Out Loud by Deborah Crossland Here

Gene Editing and Violent Sons with Jayne Cowie

Segment begins 00:09:51

Join Jordy and author Jayne Cowie as they embark on a journey into a dystopian future as they discuss Jayne’s latest novel, “One of the Boys”. This gripping story examines the ethical and moral dilemmas of gene editing and what would it look like if we could test our sons for a “violence gene”. Explore the depths of a mother’s love and the lengths she would go to protect her son in this thought-provoking narrative

Get a copy of One of the Boys by Jayne Cowie here

Get a copy of Curfew by Jayne Cowie here

Tune in to Feminist Book Club: The Podcast for a stimulating discussion on mythology, faith, genetic dystopia, and the power of storytelling to challenge societal boundaries.

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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
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