Weekend Podcast Guide: Bananas and More!

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Want to find your next bingeable podcast? Don’t know where to start? Scared you’ve missed something?  We have listed episodes from our amazing podcasters from the last week for you to check out!

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Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: 456. Bananas, Pajamas, Cat Yak, and a TV Theme Sing-Along with Sarah & Amanda

Sing along with us! Reach into the deep vault of your memory, and sing TV themes as we attempt to stump one another. We also start by talking about cat vomit because of course we do. We cover all the great children’s tv themes, teen crushes, songs that come with instant Pavlovian responses, and more. So if you were craving some bizarre and enjoyable silliness, this is your episode. (We hope you sing along!)

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Honestly?!: Episode #169 – Our Lived Experiences As Gleeks
On this week’s episode we’re talking about the content we’ve been loving recently, catching up on YouTube drama, celebrating the four year anniversary of the pod, updating the Definitive Honestly?! Playlist, and more!
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Wit Beyond Measure: Let’s Have A Ball

Emma Chapters 34 – 38

This week Emma tries, once again, to “be a better friend” to Jane Fairfax. She must host a dinner for the new Mrs. Elton. During this dinner, we find out that Frank Churchill is coming back to Highbury! This means they can finally have the ball!

Elle and Catrina start to get excited about where the story is going. Finally, there is some action, flirting, and mystery. What’s more, Mr. Knightley does something really nice, and Emma legit compliments him for it! That’s what we call progress!
 

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Rebel Girls Book Club: The Book of Longings, Part 2

Maggie and Harmony finish The Book of Longings by Sue Monk Kidd. They read from page 215 to the end and seriously question their working definition of feminist literature.

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First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: April 30, 2021

A shout-out to Kelly Robson on the official release of Alias Space! Also, more on the hero’s journey and why some people see women as the reward and so can’t be the hero, and other kinds of objectification.

First Cup of Coffee – May 3, 2021: Craft is heavy on my mind – with thoughts inspired by a talk on making design excellent and weighing that against cost-benefit-risk paradigms from my science background. What does it mean that God is in the details?

First Cup of Coffee – May 4, 2021: How readers (and agents and editors) don’t really know what they want until they get it, a design heuristic analogy from a cool wheelchair. Also a shoutout to Lone Wolf, a new anthology with cowboys and wolf partners!

First Cup of Coffee – May 6, 2021: I’m telling a story about my special earrings and a writer friend who’s lost to us. Also about author professional jealousy and being envious of the shiny others get to have and do, but being aware of the down sides.

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Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 306 – Hot Underwear Fever Dream Inspiration with Gregory Ashe & C.S. Poe

Gregory Ashe and C.S. Poe talk about their “Auden & O’Callaghan Mystery” series, including the latest in the series “A Friend in the Fire.” Greg and Carroll talk about how their collaboration began, the inspirations for Sam and Rufus, and what their writing process looks like. We also find out about the romance convention crossover between the “Snow & Winter” and “Borealis” books. Jeff & Will also announce that the May Big Gay Fiction Book Club Selection is “Breaking Bonds” by Ari McKay.

Episode 307 – Previewing May’s Book Abundance– The guys highlight books they are looking forward to in May: “A Husband for Hartwell” by J.A. Rock and Lisa Henry, “May the Best Man Win” by ZR Ellor, “The Guncle” by Steven Rowley, “Playing the Palace” by Paul Rudnick, “Hard Sell” by Hudson Lin, and “Just A Little Mischief” by Merry Farmer. Jeff and will also review books: “Silent Knight” by Layla Reyne, “Cinnamon Roll” by Anna Zabo, and “Temple” by Avril Ashton.

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Feminists Without Mystique: Episode 129: Cuties

We begin by discussing the relatable, disturbing viral Tik Tok video of a teenage girl being harassed by a creepy man, which led us to discuss the Netflix film Cuties (2020, d. Maïmouna Doucouré) and the ensuing controversy. We wanted to cover this film in fall 2020k, but were wrapped up in election 2020 coverage – better late than never!

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Too Stupid to Live: Cowboy Dragon with Phillip Iscove

It’s probably super hard to guess what this book is about. Luckily, writer and podcast host (Podcast like It’s 1999) Phillip Iscove joins Becky to break down WHAT exactly a book like “Cowboy Dragon” ($2.99) en…TAILS.

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The SSR Podcast: Episode 143: Pretty Little Liars (with Joya Goffney)

She’s a little late to the party, but Alli is finally getting up to speed on PLL! On Episode 143, she and her guest discuss the first book in Sara Shepard’s bestselling series, Pretty Little Liars, which was published in 2006. They discuss each of the book’s main characters, along with the its casual approach to major issues of power imbalance in relationships, eating disorders, race, and more.

Joya Goffney’s debut novel Excuse Me While I Ugly Cry is now available! Follow Joya on Instagram (@joya.goffney) and Twitter (@joya_goffney).
 
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