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FeministBookClub

FeministBookClub

Joined March 2019

Feminist Book Club is an intersectional monthly subscription box and podcast - feministbookclub.com
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Did you love today‘s podcast episode with Steph Auteri, author of A Dirty Word? Then enter to win a signed copy of her book and we‘ll eve throw in son extra goodies from Feminist Book Club! Go here to enter 👉 bit.ly/FBCgiveaway28 #giveaway

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New episode alert! 🎉
Today's podcast features Steph Auteri, author of A Dirty Word: How a Sex Writer Reclaimed Her Sexuality. A quick trigger warning for sexual assault and rape. However, the bulk of our conversation revolves around female sexual dysfunction, how being a sex writer informs her parenting, and what‘s next for sex positivity.

Tune in on your favorite podcast app or our website feministbookclub.com/a-dirty-word

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Can‘t wait to dig into this one! We‘ll have the author on the podcast soon. Is there anything you‘d like me to ask her?

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Getting lots of good reading done this weekend!

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This one‘s hitting me right in the feels.

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Sabrina & Corina: Stories | Kali Fajardo-Anstine
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One of my favorite reads of the year so far and I‘m giving away a copy! Enter to win at bit.ly/FBCgiveaway27 #giveaway

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The Farm | Joanne Ramos
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90 pages in and totally hooked.

BookwormM It‘s a great book 2w
Janeeny I'm not usually 'on trend' with popular books, but I got an ARC of this and whilst reading I thought "This has GOT to be one of the big reads of the summer this year" it's brilliant 2w
FeministBookClub @Janeeny I hadn‘t heard much about it but the author pitched my podcast and I‘m DEFINITELY having her on now that I‘ve read it! 2w
Janeeny @FeministBookClub How fab, I shall keep my eyes peeled for that then 😉 2w
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Mother Winter: A Memoir | Sophia Shalmiyev
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I may have described the writing as “a postmodern fever dream.” 🤷🏻‍♀️

Cinfhen Another book I‘m eager to read 😃 2w
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The Lost Night | Andrea Bartz
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Did you love our podcast episode with Andrea Bartz, author of The Lost Night? Then enter to win her fabulous book! This is the perfect summer thriller for your beach vacation, long road trips, or just a sunny morning in the backyard. We'll also throw in some surprise goodies from our favorite Feminist Book Club partners, so what do you have to lose?⠀
Head to bit.ly/FBCgiveaway26 to enter!⠀

WorldsOkayestStepMom Thank you for the opportunity! 3w
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The Lost Night | Andrea Bartz
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New podcast!
Today we're chatting with Andrea Bartz, the author of the perfect summer thriller THE LOST NIGHT. We discuss why woman characters are more likely to be called "unlikeable" when they're just fully realized women, millennial anxieties that stem from entering adulthood at the height of the recession, plus the strategy behind writing a dark, twisty thriller.
Tune in on your favorite podcast app or at feministbookclub.com/the-lost-night.

Cinfhen This sounds so good!!! 3w
FeministBookClub @Cinfhen I hope you tune in! 3w
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Can‘t wait to chat with the author on an upcoming episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast!

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Last chance to snag the June subscription box, featuring White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo. We include fun products from woman-owned businesses, we donate 5% of sales to a different feminist organization each month, and all discussions are conducted virtually so you can join us from anywhere! Order your box today: www.feministbookclub.com/shop

rmaclean4 I got a lot out of this book. So glad I read it. 3w
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New podcast episode with Sarah Cooper, comedian and author of the best-selling books How to Be Successful Without Hurting Men‘s Feelings and 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings. We talk all about corporate culture, how it often hurts women, and how comedy can be a cathartic outlet and coping mechanism. Tune in wherever you find your favorite podcasts or stream from feministbookclub.com/sarah-cooper

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A sunny window seat, a homemade cocktail, and a sexy book.

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Sabrina and Corina: Stories | Kali Fajardo-Anstine
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The best way to kick off a long holiday weekend is with a new book.

EKonrad Absolutely loved this one! 😍 1mo
FeministBookClub @EKonrad Just finished it and it was waaaay too short. I want more! 1mo
EKonrad Me too!!! 1mo
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The Reckonings: Essays | Lacy M. Johnson
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Today we're chatting with Traci Thomas, host of The Stacks podcast, about our top 5 feminist books. We cover a ton of literary ground in this conversation, from memoir to fiction to academia and more. We even ask the question, what constitutes a feminist book? You'll want to bookmark this episode and revisit it with your to-read list ready. Don't worry, we linked every book and resource mentioned in the shownotes: feministbookclub.com/podcast

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Our June book of the month is White Fragility: Why It‘s So Hard for White People to Talk About Race by Robin DiAngelo. This is sure to inspire challenging yet necessary conversations in our discussion group and I‘m looking forward to it.
Want to join us? Visit www.feministbookclub.com/shop for all our membership options!

Jee_HookedOnBookz What a great pick! 1mo
FeministBookClub @Jee_HookedOnBookz Our members have excellent taste. They suggest titles and then we vote on them to choose our book of the month! 1mo
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When even your therapist recommends this book to you, you know you need to bump it up higher on the #TBR

LibrarianJen Oh my gosh my therapist and I always block out 10 minutes of our sessions to talk books and music! 1mo
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Disappearing Earth | Julia Phillips
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Did you love today‘s podcadt interview with Julia Phillips? Then enter to win a copy of her stunning debut novel Disappearing Earth. It earned five stars from us! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Enter here: bit.ly/FBCgiveaway23

#giveaway

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Disappearing Earth | Julia Phillips
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New podcast alert! ✨

Oh, we loved this book so much. Julia Phillips is the author of the novel Disappearing Earth, which is out now from Knopf and being translated into seven languages. We discuss her beautiful new book, what makes it feminist, why she chose to set it on this remote Russian peninsula, how Law & Order: SVU inspired the story, and so much more. Find it on your favorite podcast app or feministbookclub.com/disappearing-earth

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Wordplay: The Official Companion Book | Will Shortz, Creators of the Hit Documentary
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Having a blast at the inaugural #loftwordplay festival in Minneapolis today!

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The Lost Night | Andrea Bartz
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I love the anticipation of starting a new book!

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Fruit of Knowledge | Liv Strömquist
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Baby‘s first graphic novel (is it still a graphic novel if it‘s nonfiction?)

JenniferEgnor Eeeek! Can‘t wait to read this! 1mo
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Did you love the interview with Dr. Emilie Le Beau Lucchesi on today's episode of the podcast? Then enter to win her phenomenal new book This Is Really War: The Incredible True Story of a Navy Nurse POW in the Occupied Philippines! Head to bit.ly/FBCgiveaway22 to enter. #giveaway

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NEW PODCAST EPISODE! ✨

We‘re chatting with Emilie Le Beau Lucchesi about corrective history, the importance of widening the lens of history to include women‘s narratives, and even touch on some true crime themes of Dr. Lucchesi‘s first book Ugly Prey.

Tune in on any major podcasting platform by searching Feminist Book Club or stream directly from feministbookclub.com/this-is-really-war

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Such a cute read so far! Predicable but enjoyable.

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Diving into our May book of the month! See all the ways you can join us at feministbookclub.com/shop

readordierachel Love this book so much ❤ 2mo
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Did you love Nastashia Minto‘s interview on this week‘s episode of Feminist Book Club: The Podcast? Then enter to win a copy of her gorgeous new book, Naked: The Rhythm and Groove of It. The Depth and Length to It.⁣

Head to bit.ly/FBCgiveaway21 to enter!

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In this episode of the podcast, we chatted with Nastashia Minto, spoken word artist and author of the new book Naked: The Rhythm and Groove of It. The Length and Depth to It. She performs her piece “Blackness” in this episode so be sure to tune in! Just search Feminist Book Club on your favorite podcast app or stream directly from feministbookclub.com/nastashia-minto #podcast

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On the podcast today: intern Maraya‘s final book review (spoiler alert: we all love this book)
Search Feminist Book Club on your favorite podcast app or stream directly from feministbookclub.com/podcast

mreads The best cover👍 2mo
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Disappearing Earth | Julia Phillips
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Prepping to record a podcast interview with this author soon. Such a unique book about a part of the world I didn‘t know existed. Reading can take you anywhere.

Cinfhen This book sounds really good!!!! Thanks for sharing 2mo
DebinHawaii I just got my hands on an #ARC of this one & I am looking forward to reading it. The setting fascinates me too! 2mo
FeministBookClub @debinhawaii I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! 2mo
Suet624 Can‘t wait to find a copy of this. 2mo
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Did you love our podcast interview with Julie Burton, author of The Self-Care Solution? Then enter to win a signed copy of her book! Get all the details at bit.ly/FBCgiveaway19

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So excited to reveal the May box! We‘ve teamed up with @Bookartbookmarks + Glee Gum + Parchment Nail Polish + Planned Parenthood this month. Plus we‘re reading the fabulous book Shrill by Lindy West. Head to feministbookclub.com/shop to explore all our options. Snag the full subscription box, or get in on the book-only option, or even join our virtual membership option! Can‘t wait to meet you.

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✨ New podcast alert! ✨

I had the pleasure of sitting down with today's guest Julie Burton, author of The Self Care Solution: A Modern Mother‘s Must Have Guide to Health and Well-Being. We discuss her book, self-care, writing, the power of a women in community through the Twin Cities Writing Studio she co-founded, and because she‘s also the founder of the first woman-only coworking space in the Twin Cities, we also touch on entrepreneurship.

FeministBookClub Just search Feminist Book Club on your favorite podcasting app to listen! 2mo
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Finishing up our April book of the month!

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Our members suggested titles for our May book of the month and then we voted. Shrill by Lindy West is our winner! Join over 100 badass women around the world this month by subscribing to the Feminist Book Club today - feministbookclub.com/shop
#bookclub

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They Called Me Wyatt | Natasha Tynes
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#currentlyreading Not my usual cup of tea but a nice change of pace. A Jordanian woman is murdered on her 25th birthday and her consciousness re-emerges in an American toddler boy.

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New Erotica for Feminists: Satirical Fantasies of Love, Lust, and Equal Pay | Caitlin Kunkel, Brooke Preston, Fiona Taylor, Carrie Wittmer
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We‘re giving away a copy of New Erotica for Feminists to celebrate having the authors on the podcast! as always, there will be a few extra Feminist Book Club goodies in the prize package too 💜 Head to bit.ly/FBCgiveaway8 to enter. #giveaway

IndyHannaJones Will there be sexy stories in there about the time my male boss DIDN'T man-splain my job to me. It's truly a tittlating classic. The part where he says 'well, you know more about this than me...' gets me particularly hot 2mo
SoManyBooksNotEnoughTime This book sounds awesome! Entered and shared 🙂 2mo
FeministBookClub @IndyHannaJones That‘s exactly what you can expect. The back jacket reads “He calls me into his office and closes the door... to promote me. He promoted me again and again. I am wild with ecstasy.” 😂😂😂 2mo
IndyHannaJones @FeministBookClub ohhhhh I can't wait to read about how he respects that I know to use excel and I don't need to stand behind him and watch as he shows me how to sort everything alphabetically 2mo
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New Erotica for Feminists: Satirical Fantasies of Love, Lust, and Equal Pay | Caitlin Kunkel, Brooke Preston, Fiona Taylor, Carrie Wittmer
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Just published a new podcast episode with the authors of the hilarious book New Erotica for Feminists. Find Feminist Book Club: The Podcast on any major podcasting platform (including Spotify and Stitcher for Alexa!) or stream every episode from feministbookclub.com/podcast

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Last change to enter the giveaway! bit.ly/FBCgiveaway7

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A fascinating and heartbreaking read about life as a POW in Japanese-occupied Philippines during WWII. It‘s a welcome change of pace to read a book about war from the perspective of the women in it. But don‘t get the wrong idea. This book doesn‘t sugarcoat.

Weaponxgirl Have you read this one, all first hand accounts of soviet women in ww2. Nurses, snipers and all the different roles they played. It was amazing but gut wrenching at the same time. 2mo
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New podcast episode is live, featuring an interview with Melissa Rivero, author of the gorgeous new book The Affairs of the Falcóns. Search Feminist Book Club on your favorite podcast app or stream directly from www.feministbookclub.com/the-affairs-of-the-falcons

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Another upcoming podcast guest!

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Last chance to win your copy of A Woman Is No Man by Etaf Rum from Feminist Book Club! ➡️ bit.ly/FBCgiveaway6

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A tough read for anyone who doesn‘t have a pristine relationship with their mother. So basically, all of us.

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Did you love our interview with Etaf Rum, the author of A Woman is No Man, on today's podcast? Enter to win a copy of her incredible debut novel - bit.ly/FBCgiveaway6 #giveaway

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In today‘s Feminist Book Club: The Podcast episode, we‘re chatting with the author of A Woman Is No Man, Etaf Rum. She‘s incredible. Head to feministbookclub.com/podcast to listen or search for us on all your favorite podcast apps. We‘re also giving away a copy of her book so check out the shownotes to enter to win!

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The Feminist Book Club intern Maraya recorded a great review of this book for today‘s podcast episode. Search Feminist Book Club on your favorite podcast app (Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Stitcher, etc) or stream directly from feministbookclub.com/podcast

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Upcoming podcast guest! #poetry

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This was a fascinating read from page 1. I‘ve always loved Heather (aka dooce) and had no idea how crippling her depression was. This book follows a groundbreaking treatment that rendered her nearly brain dead 10 times in three weeks as an alternative to shock therapy. Her dark humor keeps the reader on their toes with each page. Definitely recommend, especially for anyone interested in mental health.

FeministBookClub Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC. 3mo
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