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Family Sagas & Feminist Conversations: Books to add to your TBR

the cover of Trinity by Zelda Lockhart and Stuff Mom Never Told you by Anney Reese and Samantha McVey

This episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast will have you adding to your TBR. This episode is back to back author interviews sharing their insights on storytelling and  feminist perspectives.

The Trifecta of Family Stories with Zelda Lockhart


Ashley engages in a conversation with acclaimed author Zelda Lockhart, the creative force behind Trinity. Together, they explore the art of crafting narratives that give voice to Black men, discuss the intricate process of weaving experiences into powerful stories, and dive deep into how the settings and locations become characters in their own right.

Get a copy of Trinity by Zelda Lockhart here! 

Book content: racism, physical abuse, suicide attempt, murder, death

Her Story Garden Studios

Podcasters on Podcasting


In a full circle moment, Renee sits down with the hosts of Stuff Mom Never Told You, the podcast that inspired her to start this one. Hosts Anney Reese and Samantha McVey recently released their new book by the same name: Stuff Mom Never Told You: The Feminist Past, Present, and Future. In this segment, the three podcasters talk about the book, the writing process, but most of all, their experiences podcasting. If you’ve ever been curious what it’s like to host a podcast (especially one with many transitions!), this episode is for you.

Get a copy of Stuff Mom Never Told You The Feminist Past, Present, and Future here! 

Listen to Renee on Stuff Mom Never Told You here!

Support our hosts & guests:

Zelda Lockhart: Instagram //  Website

Ashley: Instagram

Stuff Mom Never Told You: Instagram // Website

Anney Reese: Instagram

Samantha McVey: Instagram

Renee Powers: Instagram // The Storygraph

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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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