Women and Words podcast, June 15-21, 2019

That time the Gulf of Mexico tried to kill Jove

Andi’s battling a cold and Jove’s getting ready for vacation, but they still managed to talk a lot about hair, misogyny, Everest, writer’s block, If These Walls Could Talk 2, periods, and mental health, thus demonstrating that these two love spending time in the weeds.

June 15: Women and Wordster Danielle Zion is fascinated with Mount Everest. She suggests some reads that deal with mountains and mountaineering. Peruse.

June 16: Author Jazzy Mitchell told us about the 2.5-hour haircut she had for Locks of Love, and noted how even seemingly small day-to-day things might have an impact on people, like in her latest release, You Matter. Find out more.

June 17: Author and Women and Wordster Stevie Carroll joined us to talk about historic Park Hill Flats, with mention of their appearances in various media over the years. Check it out.

June 18: Author and Women and Wordster Ashley Bartlett ruminates on misogyny and some of the forms it takes. Deep thoughts.

June 19: Author and Women and Wordster Clifford Mae Henderson posted one of her short stories, “Aunties,” on the blog. READ IT!

June 20: In Memoriam, writer Hilary Sloin.

June 21: Author and Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle seeks guidance on dealing with writer’s block. Bring some ideas!

ALSO! The Women and Words book lists posted on June 21!