Women and Words Podcast, Aug. 12-16, 2019

Get your own tamale lady! (or, get your own tamale, lady)

Andi and Jove are kind of obsessed with tamales (can you blame them?), and they agree with Angela Grace that people need to unplug from their devices at least once a week. Meanwhile, E.J. Kindred has a debut novel out; fanart is awesome; EVERYBODY has trust issues; and ermahgerd what’s up with this paper shortage thing? That sounds kind of…dystopic.

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Aug. 12: Author and Women and Wordster Jessie Chandler has a chat with E.J. Kindred about the latter’s debut novel, In Harm’s Way, a mystery starring Annie Velasquez who comes under suspicion when her father dies in a fire and the suspected arsonist is later murdered. Check it out.

Aug. 13: Women and Wordster, psychologist, and life coach Angela Grace reminds us how important it is to take at least one day a week and unplug from our devices. Read the reminder.

Aug. 14: Writer and Women and Wordster Val Agab has found a whole new bunch of fanart. Find out more.

Aug. 15: Author and Women and Wordster R.G. Emanuelle talks about trust issues. Which we’re pretty sure everybody has. Join in.

Aug. 16: Author and Women and Wordster Andi Marquette ponders the paper shortage that is affecting publishing. Ponder with her.

AND the Women and Words book lists are up! GO SEE!

Also, Jove notes that if paper eventually becomes illegal, that’ll be some kind of dystopic world like the one Gabrielle Zevin writes in which chocolate and coffee are illegal. (WHAAAAAAAAT). That’s Zevin’s Anya Balanchine series.

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