Women and Words Podcast, Feb. 2-9

Copper pipes only look like they sweat, depression and creativity, and unpacking identity

Whew! Jove and Andi got kinda deep this week (thanks, contributors, for writing stuff that made us do it!) and they talked about depression, identity, and water conservation (no, really). Also, could author Chris Zett please tell us more about smuggling vodka out of Russia?

Feb. 2: Women and Wordster Ann Etter (who loves ice cream) provided the titles of some of her fave romances. Add to the list with your own faves in the comments!

3 Feb.: Author Chris Zett stopped by for a Q&A and she did a giveaway of her first novel, Irregular Heartbeat (F/F medical romance!). Check it out.

5 Feb.: Writer and Women and Wordster Anika Batson unpacked the performance of blackness and identity and schooled us and we so love her for it. Must read.

6 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Carsen Taite will be at ClexaCon (WOOOOOOOO) in April and so will a few other Bold Strokes authors, doing panels and other things. If you’re able, you should go. 🙂

7 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle loves her some long, hot showers, but it makes her feel guilty. Find out why.

8 Feb.: Author and Women and Wordster Sam Ledel collects words via cool quotes from authors, but she realizes she doesn’t have any/many from queer authors. Give her some in the comments (and/or your fave quotes from whichever authors/media).

And remember, GCLS is coming up! 10-14 July in Pittsburgh, this year. The deets are available HERE.

2 comments

  1. These podcasts are fantastic.

    Solid point that many “quotable” authors are not necessarily “readable.” Charles Dickens was the perfect example! Getting through Great Expectations in middle school was so. much. work.

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