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  • Notes on Season 3

    An automatically generated transcript: 00:00:01 And I mean, like everyone’s trying to tell me their issues and I’m like, bitch. Can you just queue up my job girls book, club? I’m Harmony and I’m a G and we’re here to take it into sexual feminist approach the books from all over the Spectrum. Bestsellers. These […]

  • Salvage the Bones

    Maggie and Harmony wrap up Season 2 with Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward. They discuss womanhood, class, and Hurricane Katrina as a metaphor. What we’re reading: This Is My Brain in Love by I. W. Gregorio The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake Follow our social media pages at Instagram Facebook […]

  • Forget Russia with Author L. Bordetsky-Williams

    This week Maggie and Harmony interview author L. Bordetsky-Williams about her book Forget Russia.  Follow our social media pages at Instagram,  Facebook, and Twitter. Or you can email us at Our theme song is by The Gays and our image is by Mari Talor Renaud-Krutulis. Rebel Girls Book Club is part of the Frolic […]

  • Portable Poetry: Sappho’s “A Hymn to Aphrodite”

    This week Maggie and Harmony read Sappho’s “A Hymn to Aphrodite.”  You can find Summer in the City by Lori Wilde, Priscilla Oliveras, and Sarah Skilton wherever books are sold. Find out more at Follow our social media pages at Instagram Facebook Goodreads and Twitter Or you can email us […]

  • Portable Poetry: “A Song of Someplace Yet to Fall”

    This week maggie and Harmony read “A Song of Someplace Yet to Fall” by Ryka Aoki from the book Why Dust Shall Never Settle Upon This Soul. Check out the book here: What we’re reading: Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers Females by Andrea Long Chu […]

  • Building bookish, feminist communities with The Mistress of the House of Books

    Maggie and Harmony interview the founders of The Mistress of the House of Books, Yasmine and Molli. MOH is a website examining literature through a feminist lens.What we’re reading: Crying in H Mart: A Memoir by Michelle Zauner A Room of One’s Own by Virginia Woolf Detransition, Baby by Torrey Peters Pride: […]

  • Hunger

    Summary Maggie and Harmony discuss bodies and what it means to be living in these weird meat suits after reading Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body by Roxane Gay. What we’re reading: Radiant Child: The Story of Young Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat by Javaka Steptoe Me & Mama by Cozbi A. Cabrera Hello Lighthouse by […]

  • Barbie Chang Got Her Hair Done: Unpacking racisms toward Asians and Pacific Islanders

    Summary This week we read the poem “Barbie Chang Got Her Hair Done,” by Victoria Chang. We also bring on a couple of friends, Amery and Angelica, to talk about racism toward Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States. Read the poem: Action Resources Black Girls Code Bystander intervention training […]

  • The Book of Longings, Part 2

    Summary Maggie and Harmony finish The Book of Longings by Sue Monk Kidd. They read from page 215 to the end of the book and seriously question their working definition of feminist literature. This podcast is sponsored by An Earl, The Girl, And A Toddler By Vanessa Riley.Award-winning author Vanessa Riley continues The Rogues and […]