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Feminist Book Club: The Podcast features interviews with feminist authors, conversations with feminist readers, and readings from contemporary feminist works.

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53: Vanessa Vakharia, author of Math Hacks: Cool Tips + Less Stress = Better Marks

E"People get confused when I say I have a feminist approach to math but at the root of it, it’s all about equal opportunity." - Vanessa Vakharia Vanessa is the founder and director of The Math Guru, a super cool boutique math & science tutoring studio in Toronto. She is also the author of Math Hacks, a new book that totally makes math fun, stress-free and relatable for young kids and parents AND she is the host of a new podcast called Math Therapy, where Vanessa helps guests work through their math trauma, one problem at a time! Her #goals are to be Lady-Gaga-famous and to totally change math culture so that STEM is finally as cool and accessible as basically every single Taylor Swift song ever. She failed Grade 11 math twice, which was the best thing that ever happened to her. Sidenote but totally relevant: Vanessa is a founding member of Toronto indie-rock band Goodnight, Sunrise. Mindy Kaling is her idol and Vanessa believes that she should be yours too. Connect with Vanessa on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @themathguru, her website themathguru.ca, find her book on Amazon, and tune into her podcast Math Therapy wherever you find your podcasts. Vanessa's book recommendation: Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling Check out the Dough Daily Deal (Feminist Book Club exclusive Dough box coming Dec. 11!). We donate 5% of all our sales to a different feminist organization each month. Our December charity is The Well Project. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop. -- Website:http://www.feministbookclub.com Instagram:@feministbookclubbox Twitter:@fmnstbookclub Facebook:/feministbookclubbox Goodreads: Renee // Feminist Book Club Box and Podcast Email newsletter:http://eepurl.com/dINNkn -- Logo and web design byShatterboxx Editing support from Phalin Oliver Original music by @iam.onyxrose Transcript for this episode:bit.ly/FBCtranscript53 Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop.

42 MIN2 d ago
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53: Vanessa Vakharia, author of Math Hacks: Cool Tips + Less Stress = Better Marks

52: Samra Habib, author of We Have Always Been Here: A Queer Muslim Memoir

E"A lot that you see in the stories we’re exposed to when it comes to queer Muslims is a lot of trauma. I’m hoping that by sharing my story, people can see that there’s also a lot of joy." - Samra Habib Samra Habib is a writer, photographer, and activist. As a journalist she's covered topics ranging from fashion trends and Muslim dating apps to the rise of Islamophobia in the US. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian,andThe Advocate,and her photo project, "Just Me and Allah," has been featured inNylon, i-D, Vanity Fair Italia, Vice,andThe Washington Post.She works with LGBTQ organizations internationally, raising awareness of issues that impact queer Muslims around the world.We Have Always Been Hereis her first book. Connect with Samra on Instagram @samra.habib and find her book on Amazon. Samra's book recommendation: Giovanni's Room by James Baldwin We donate 5% of all our sales to a different feminist organization each month. Our December charity is The Well Project. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop. -- Website:http://www.feministbookclub.com Instagram:@feministbookclubbox Twitter:@fmnstbookclub Facebook:/feministbookclubbox Email newsletter:http://eepurl.com/dINNkn -- Logo and web design byShatterboxx Editing support from Phalin Oliver Original music by @iam.onyxrose Transcript for this episode:bit.ly/FBCtranscript52 Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop.

30 MIN2 w ago
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52: Samra Habib, author of We Have Always Been Here: A Queer Muslim Memoir

51: Naima Coster, author of Halsey Street

E"I don’t think my characters need to be part of some elite world or to be outstanding in any way to be interesting. Just their inner lives are interesting." - Naima Coster Naima Coster is the author of Halsey Street, a novel of family, loss, and renewal, set in a rapidly gentrifying Brooklyn. Halsey Street has been recommended as a must-read for 2018 by People, Essence, Bustle, BitchMedia, The Skimm, and the Brooklyn Public Library. It was a Finalist for the 2018 Kirkus Prize for Fiction. Coster’s second novel, What’s Mine and Yours, is forthcoming from Grand Central Publishing. She lives in New York City with her family. ENTER TO WIN A COPY OF HALSEY STREET + FBC GOODIES HERE. Connect with Naima on Instagram @naimacoster, Twitter @zafatista or her website naimacoster.com. Naima's book recommendation: Dominicana by Angie Cruz This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Cup and Kettle Tea. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com...

34 MIN3 w ago
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51: Naima Coster, author of Halsey Street

50: Whitney Scharer, author of The Age of Light

E"How have I gone through all of these art history classes and never heard her name?" - Whitney Scharer Whitney Scharer holds a BA in English Literature from Wesleyan University and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Washington. Her short fiction, essays, and interviews have appeared in numerous publications including Vogue, The Telegraph, and The Tatler. Her first novel, The Age of Light, was published in February, 2019, and was a Boston Globe and IndieNext bestseller, People Pick of the Week, Amazon Book of the Month selection, and Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Pick. Whitney teaches fiction in the Boston area and is a co-founder of the Arlington Author Salon, a quarterly reading series. She lives with her husband and daughter in Arlington, MA, where she is at work on her second novel. ENTER TO WIN A COPY OF THE AGE OF LIGHT + FBC GOODIES HERE. Connect with Whitney on Instagram @wschareror her website whitneyscharer.com. See The Age of Light Pinterest boar...

31 MINNOV 7
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50: Whitney Scharer, author of The Age of Light

49: Jaquira Díaz, author of Ordinary Girls

E"In so many ways, I was a misfit. I was a kid who felt like an alien in her own family." - Jaquira Díaz Jaquira Díaz is the author of Ordinary Girls, a Summer/Fall 2019 Indies Introduce Selection, a Fall 2019 Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Selection, and a November 2019 Indie Next Pick. Her work has been published in Rolling Stone, The Guardian, The Fader, and T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and included in The Best American Essays 2016. She splits her time between Montréal and Miami Beach with her partner, the writer Lars Horn. Connect with Stephanie on Twitter @jaquiradiazand Instagram @jaquirad or her websitehttps://www.jaquiradiaz.com/. Jaquira's book recommendation: In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Cultivate Counseling and Wellness. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop. -- Website:http://www.feministbookclub.com Instagram:@feministbookclubbox Tw...

33 MINOCT 31
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49: Jaquira Díaz, author of Ordinary Girls

48: Stephanie Jimenez, author of They Could Have Named Her Anything

E"For me, feminism and my identity as a woman of color has never been something I can separate." - Stephanie Jimenez Stephanie Jimenez is the author of novel THEY COULD HAVE NAMED HER ANYTHING. Her fiction and non-fiction have appeared in the Guardian, O! the Oprah Magazine, Joyland Magazine, The New York Times, and more. She is a former Fulbright recipient and a graduate of Scripps College in Claremont, California. She is currently based in Queens, New York. Her debut novel, THEY COULD HAVE NAMED HER ANYTHING, was published on August 1, 2019 from Little A Books. Connect with Stephanie on Twitter @estefsaysand Instagram @estefsays or her websitehttps://www.stephaniejimenezwriter.com/. Stephanie's book recommendation: Violence Girl: East L.A. Rage to Hollywood State, a Chicana Punk Story by Alice Bag "Learning How to Write Girls with Agency in Fiction" by Stephanie Jimenez on Literary Hub We donate 5% of our sales to a different feminist organization each month and this month, it goes...

43 MINOCT 24
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48: Stephanie Jimenez, author of They Could Have Named Her Anything

47: Layne Fargo, author of Temper

E"It’s kind of impossible to have a likeable female character. People will always find something to complain about." - Layne Fargo Layne Fargo is a thriller author with a background in theater and library science. Her debut novel Temper is available now from Simon & Schuster's Scout Press imprint. She’s a Pitch Wars mentor, a member of the Chicagoland chapter of Sisters in Crime, and the co-creator of the podcast Unlikeable Female Characters. Layne lives in Chicago with her partner and their pets. Connect with Layne on Twitter @laynefargoand Instagram @laynefargo or her website laynefargo.com. Layne's book recommendation: Little Voices by Vanessa Lillie Also mentioned in this episode: Last Woman Standing by Amy Gentry Pitch Wars This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Oh It's Natural. Get 15% off and free shipping with the code FEMINISTBOOKCLUB. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop. -- Website:http://www.feministbookc...

29 MINOCT 17
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47: Layne Fargo, author of Temper

46: Cecily Wong, author of Diamond Head

E"There’s nothing that gets me more revved up to write fiction than to read amazing fiction." - Cecily Wong Cecily Wong is the author of the novel Diamond Head, a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers Selection, a recipient of an Elle Magazine Readers’ Prize, and voted a best debut of The Brooklyn Book Festival. Her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The LA Review of Books, SELF Magazine, Bustle, and elsewhere. She is a graduate of Barnard College and lives in Brooklyn, where she is a writer at Atlas Obscura. ENTER TO WIN A COPY OF DIAMOND HEAD + FBC GOODIES HERE. Connect with Cecily on Twitter @cecilyannwong. Cecily's book recommendation: The Animators by Kayla Rae Whitaker Also mentioned in this episode: Women Mean Business Luncheon Twin Cities Book Festival FBC Episode 39: Crystal Hana Kim, author ofIf You Leave Me This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Soak It Up Cloths. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookcl...

35 MINOCT 10
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46: Cecily Wong, author of Diamond Head

45: Carley Moore, author of The Not Wives

E"A lot of people say Occupy was a failure but I don’t think that at all. I think it helped us have the kinds of economic conversations we’re having." - Carley Moore Carley Moore is an essayist, novelist, and poet. She’s a queer single mom, Vans lover, and #catwife. The Not Wives (Feminist Press, September 2019) is her first novel. In 2018, Tinderbox Editions published her debut collection of essays, 16 Pills. In 2017, she published her first poetry chapbook, Portal Poem (Dancing Girl Press) and in 2012, she published a young adult novel, The Stalker Chronicles (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux). She lives in New York City with her kid and cat and teaches at NYU and Bard College Connect with Carley on herwebsite, Instagram, or Twitter. Carley's book recommendations: Patsyby Nicole Dennis-Benn The Memory Police by Yoko Ogawa The Yellow House by Sarah Broom Also mentioned in this episode: Women Mean Business Luncheon Twin Cities Book Festival Instagram giveaway with Fabulously Feminist Th...

35 MINOCT 3
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45: Carley Moore, author of The Not Wives

44: Emily Edwards, host of Fuckbois of Literature

E"The only reason I can think of why these books are taught in the way they’re taught at the ages they’re taught is to continue to drive home the idea and importance of white patriarchy." - Emily Edwards Emily Edwards is a writer and producer living in Los Angeles. A graduate of Emerson College's Writing, Literature, and Publishing program, Emily has worked as a copywriter and radio producer for nearly 15 years. In March of 2019, she created Fuckbois of Literature, the coalescence of her lifelong love of literature and her equally as lifelong desire to yell jokes about books into a microphone. Find Fuckbois of Literature on your favorite podcast app or go to fuckboisoflit.com. Connect with Fuckbois of Lit on Twitter and Instagram @fuckboisoflit. Connect with Emily on Twitter and Instagram @msemilyedwards. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop. -- Website:http://www.feministbookclub.com Instagram:@feministbookclubbox Twitter:@fmnstb...

35 MINSEP 26
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44: Emily Edwards, host of Fuckbois of Literature

Latest Episodes

53: Vanessa Vakharia, author of Math Hacks: Cool Tips + Less Stress = Better Marks

E"People get confused when I say I have a feminist approach to math but at the root of it, it’s all about equal opportunity." - Vanessa Vakharia Vanessa is the founder and director of The Math Guru, a super cool boutique math & science tutoring studio in Toronto. She is also the author of Math Hacks, a new book that totally makes math fun, stress-free and relatable for young kids and parents AND she is the host of a new podcast called Math Therapy, where Vanessa helps guests work through their math trauma, one problem at a time! Her #goals are to be Lady-Gaga-famous and to totally change math culture so that STEM is finally as cool and accessible as basically every single Taylor Swift song ever. She failed Grade 11 math twice, which was the best thing that ever happened to her. Sidenote but totally relevant: Vanessa is a founding member of Toronto indie-rock band Goodnight, Sunrise. Mindy Kaling is her idol and Vanessa believes that she should be yours too. Connect with Vanessa on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @themathguru, her website themathguru.ca, find her book on Amazon, and tune into her podcast Math Therapy wherever you find your podcasts. Vanessa's book recommendation: Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling Check out the Dough Daily Deal (Feminist Book Club exclusive Dough box coming Dec. 11!). We donate 5% of all our sales to a different feminist organization each month. Our December charity is The Well Project. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop. -- Website:http://www.feministbookclub.com Instagram:@feministbookclubbox Twitter:@fmnstbookclub Facebook:/feministbookclubbox Goodreads: Renee // Feminist Book Club Box and Podcast Email newsletter:http://eepurl.com/dINNkn -- Logo and web design byShatterboxx Editing support from Phalin Oliver Original music by @iam.onyxrose Transcript for this episode:bit.ly/FBCtranscript53 Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop.

42 MIN2 d ago
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53: Vanessa Vakharia, author of Math Hacks: Cool Tips + Less Stress = Better Marks

52: Samra Habib, author of We Have Always Been Here: A Queer Muslim Memoir

E"A lot that you see in the stories we’re exposed to when it comes to queer Muslims is a lot of trauma. I’m hoping that by sharing my story, people can see that there’s also a lot of joy." - Samra Habib Samra Habib is a writer, photographer, and activist. As a journalist she's covered topics ranging from fashion trends and Muslim dating apps to the rise of Islamophobia in the US. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian,andThe Advocate,and her photo project, "Just Me and Allah," has been featured inNylon, i-D, Vanity Fair Italia, Vice,andThe Washington Post.She works with LGBTQ organizations internationally, raising awareness of issues that impact queer Muslims around the world.We Have Always Been Hereis her first book. Connect with Samra on Instagram @samra.habib and find her book on Amazon. Samra's book recommendation: Giovanni's Room by James Baldwin We donate 5% of all our sales to a different feminist organization each month. Our December charity is The Well Project. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop. -- Website:http://www.feministbookclub.com Instagram:@feministbookclubbox Twitter:@fmnstbookclub Facebook:/feministbookclubbox Email newsletter:http://eepurl.com/dINNkn -- Logo and web design byShatterboxx Editing support from Phalin Oliver Original music by @iam.onyxrose Transcript for this episode:bit.ly/FBCtranscript52 Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop.

30 MIN2 w ago
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52: Samra Habib, author of We Have Always Been Here: A Queer Muslim Memoir

51: Naima Coster, author of Halsey Street

E"I don’t think my characters need to be part of some elite world or to be outstanding in any way to be interesting. Just their inner lives are interesting." - Naima Coster Naima Coster is the author of Halsey Street, a novel of family, loss, and renewal, set in a rapidly gentrifying Brooklyn. Halsey Street has been recommended as a must-read for 2018 by People, Essence, Bustle, BitchMedia, The Skimm, and the Brooklyn Public Library. It was a Finalist for the 2018 Kirkus Prize for Fiction. Coster’s second novel, What’s Mine and Yours, is forthcoming from Grand Central Publishing. She lives in New York City with her family. ENTER TO WIN A COPY OF HALSEY STREET + FBC GOODIES HERE. Connect with Naima on Instagram @naimacoster, Twitter @zafatista or her website naimacoster.com. Naima's book recommendation: Dominicana by Angie Cruz This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Cup and Kettle Tea. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com...

34 MIN3 w ago
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51: Naima Coster, author of Halsey Street

50: Whitney Scharer, author of The Age of Light

E"How have I gone through all of these art history classes and never heard her name?" - Whitney Scharer Whitney Scharer holds a BA in English Literature from Wesleyan University and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Washington. Her short fiction, essays, and interviews have appeared in numerous publications including Vogue, The Telegraph, and The Tatler. Her first novel, The Age of Light, was published in February, 2019, and was a Boston Globe and IndieNext bestseller, People Pick of the Week, Amazon Book of the Month selection, and Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Pick. Whitney teaches fiction in the Boston area and is a co-founder of the Arlington Author Salon, a quarterly reading series. She lives with her husband and daughter in Arlington, MA, where she is at work on her second novel. ENTER TO WIN A COPY OF THE AGE OF LIGHT + FBC GOODIES HERE. Connect with Whitney on Instagram @wschareror her website whitneyscharer.com. See The Age of Light Pinterest boar...

31 MINNOV 7
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50: Whitney Scharer, author of The Age of Light

49: Jaquira Díaz, author of Ordinary Girls

E"In so many ways, I was a misfit. I was a kid who felt like an alien in her own family." - Jaquira Díaz Jaquira Díaz is the author of Ordinary Girls, a Summer/Fall 2019 Indies Introduce Selection, a Fall 2019 Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers Selection, and a November 2019 Indie Next Pick. Her work has been published in Rolling Stone, The Guardian, The Fader, and T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and included in The Best American Essays 2016. She splits her time between Montréal and Miami Beach with her partner, the writer Lars Horn. Connect with Stephanie on Twitter @jaquiradiazand Instagram @jaquirad or her websitehttps://www.jaquiradiaz.com/. Jaquira's book recommendation: In the Dream House by Carmen Maria Machado This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Cultivate Counseling and Wellness. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop. -- Website:http://www.feministbookclub.com Instagram:@feministbookclubbox Tw...

33 MINOCT 31
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49: Jaquira Díaz, author of Ordinary Girls

48: Stephanie Jimenez, author of They Could Have Named Her Anything

E"For me, feminism and my identity as a woman of color has never been something I can separate." - Stephanie Jimenez Stephanie Jimenez is the author of novel THEY COULD HAVE NAMED HER ANYTHING. Her fiction and non-fiction have appeared in the Guardian, O! the Oprah Magazine, Joyland Magazine, The New York Times, and more. She is a former Fulbright recipient and a graduate of Scripps College in Claremont, California. She is currently based in Queens, New York. Her debut novel, THEY COULD HAVE NAMED HER ANYTHING, was published on August 1, 2019 from Little A Books. Connect with Stephanie on Twitter @estefsaysand Instagram @estefsays or her websitehttps://www.stephaniejimenezwriter.com/. Stephanie's book recommendation: Violence Girl: East L.A. Rage to Hollywood State, a Chicana Punk Story by Alice Bag "Learning How to Write Girls with Agency in Fiction" by Stephanie Jimenez on Literary Hub We donate 5% of our sales to a different feminist organization each month and this month, it goes...

43 MINOCT 24
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48: Stephanie Jimenez, author of They Could Have Named Her Anything

47: Layne Fargo, author of Temper

E"It’s kind of impossible to have a likeable female character. People will always find something to complain about." - Layne Fargo Layne Fargo is a thriller author with a background in theater and library science. Her debut novel Temper is available now from Simon & Schuster's Scout Press imprint. She’s a Pitch Wars mentor, a member of the Chicagoland chapter of Sisters in Crime, and the co-creator of the podcast Unlikeable Female Characters. Layne lives in Chicago with her partner and their pets. Connect with Layne on Twitter @laynefargoand Instagram @laynefargo or her website laynefargo.com. Layne's book recommendation: Little Voices by Vanessa Lillie Also mentioned in this episode: Last Woman Standing by Amy Gentry Pitch Wars This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Oh It's Natural. Get 15% off and free shipping with the code FEMINISTBOOKCLUB. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop. -- Website:http://www.feministbookc...

29 MINOCT 17
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47: Layne Fargo, author of Temper

46: Cecily Wong, author of Diamond Head

E"There’s nothing that gets me more revved up to write fiction than to read amazing fiction." - Cecily Wong Cecily Wong is the author of the novel Diamond Head, a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers Selection, a recipient of an Elle Magazine Readers’ Prize, and voted a best debut of The Brooklyn Book Festival. Her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The LA Review of Books, SELF Magazine, Bustle, and elsewhere. She is a graduate of Barnard College and lives in Brooklyn, where she is a writer at Atlas Obscura. ENTER TO WIN A COPY OF DIAMOND HEAD + FBC GOODIES HERE. Connect with Cecily on Twitter @cecilyannwong. Cecily's book recommendation: The Animators by Kayla Rae Whitaker Also mentioned in this episode: Women Mean Business Luncheon Twin Cities Book Festival FBC Episode 39: Crystal Hana Kim, author ofIf You Leave Me This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Soak It Up Cloths. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookcl...

35 MINOCT 10
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46: Cecily Wong, author of Diamond Head

45: Carley Moore, author of The Not Wives

E"A lot of people say Occupy was a failure but I don’t think that at all. I think it helped us have the kinds of economic conversations we’re having." - Carley Moore Carley Moore is an essayist, novelist, and poet. She’s a queer single mom, Vans lover, and #catwife. The Not Wives (Feminist Press, September 2019) is her first novel. In 2018, Tinderbox Editions published her debut collection of essays, 16 Pills. In 2017, she published her first poetry chapbook, Portal Poem (Dancing Girl Press) and in 2012, she published a young adult novel, The Stalker Chronicles (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux). She lives in New York City with her kid and cat and teaches at NYU and Bard College Connect with Carley on herwebsite, Instagram, or Twitter. Carley's book recommendations: Patsyby Nicole Dennis-Benn The Memory Police by Yoko Ogawa The Yellow House by Sarah Broom Also mentioned in this episode: Women Mean Business Luncheon Twin Cities Book Festival Instagram giveaway with Fabulously Feminist Th...

35 MINOCT 3
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45: Carley Moore, author of The Not Wives

44: Emily Edwards, host of Fuckbois of Literature

E"The only reason I can think of why these books are taught in the way they’re taught at the ages they’re taught is to continue to drive home the idea and importance of white patriarchy." - Emily Edwards Emily Edwards is a writer and producer living in Los Angeles. A graduate of Emerson College's Writing, Literature, and Publishing program, Emily has worked as a copywriter and radio producer for nearly 15 years. In March of 2019, she created Fuckbois of Literature, the coalescence of her lifelong love of literature and her equally as lifelong desire to yell jokes about books into a microphone. Find Fuckbois of Literature on your favorite podcast app or go to fuckboisoflit.com. Connect with Fuckbois of Lit on Twitter and Instagram @fuckboisoflit. Connect with Emily on Twitter and Instagram @msemilyedwards. Get $5 off your Feminist Book Club Box with the code PODCAST atfeministbookclub.com/shop. -- Website:http://www.feministbookclub.com Instagram:@feministbookclubbox Twitter:@fmnstb...

35 MINSEP 26
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44: Emily Edwards, host of Fuckbois of Literature
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