Ep 49: The Wrath of BookDog

After a long absence, we're back. Ryan is on the mend from her fight with BookDog and we are all up in some queer books. 

Books We Discussed: 

Two Lady Book Club Next Episode! Let us know what you thought of Difficult Women by Roxane Gay! Tweet @bookjawnpodcast with your feedback!

Theme for next month is the environment! What are your favorite fiction or non-fic books about Earth?

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Art by Ramsey Beyer, see more of her work at everydaypants.com

 

Ep 48: The Stinging Shame of Public Humiliation

Getting in our themed issue just under the wire, we are talking about YA as a genre. 

Books Discussed: 

It's Raining Racist Authors, Time To Get an Umbrella

Big announcement about our two lady book club coming soon and the theme for next month is queer lit!

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Ep 47: Don't Let the Bastards Grind You Down

In which Sarah, Ryan, and BookDog talk about The Handmaid's Tale, book and series. 

Books (and articles) Mentioned: 

May is Get Caught Reading month. We're gonna send a book per week to someone who participates in our #fridayreads conversation on twitter. 

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Ep 46: The Political Episode

"We have disproportionate poopers in our family."

Books Discussed: 

Upcoming stuff: 

Theme for May is YA fiction. We'll be talking about our favorite young adult books.

We're reading The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood for our Two Lady Book Club! Thanks for choosing such a rad (and timely) selection for us! We're gonna try to watch the series and talk about that, too. 

May is Get Caught Reading month. We're gonna send a book per week to someone who participates in our #fridayreads conversation on twitter. 

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Theme music written exclusively for Book Jawn Podcast by Joe DeGeorge. Visit him at joedegeorge.com and tell people about him!

Art by Ramsey Beyer, see more of her work at everydaypants.com

Ep 45: A Caj-ual Vacancy

“This is actually stuff that we would usually do in an informal meeting.” Sarah said. “So, I'm really, like, throwing you into the fire.”

“Oh.” Ryan giggled. “We have to have meetings.”

Ep 45:

Books Discussed:

Theme for April - Political Books! 

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Ep 44: (Writer Jawn) Comics for the Revolution (David Gallaher and Steve Ellis)

 

After some exciting days at Long Beach Comic Expo, Grace was happy to welcome back favorite guests David Gallaher and Steve Ellis to talk COMICS FOR THE REVOLUTION.

Find David and Steve and their series The Only Living Boy:

Also discussed:

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Ep 43: Full Circle

In this episode, we discuss Grace's move to Los Angeles, what we've been reading, and the much anticipated adaptation of A Series of Unfortunate Events. And as a special treat, we look back on some of our favorite memories from the early days of Book Jawn Podcast.

"Do you remember how in the first few episodes we would threaten to kill [Jonathan Franzen] and then you were like... STOP. STOP THIS." Sarah remembered wistfully.

"Did we threaten to kill him," wonders Grace, "I don't remember."

"I threatened to push him down a manhole in the first episode."

Grace remembers. "That's hilarious. That was really funny. I think I was worried we were too negative, and I was like, 'we're not focusing on the good content, we just hate Jonathan Franzen a lot.' "

"We were the Jonathan Franzen hate hour for a minute....." 

"I think we've balanced it out pretty well. There's definitely room in my heart to hate Jonathan Franzen."

"Good diplomacy, homie." 

Books discussed:

Also Discussed:

Ep 42: We (mostly) survived 2016.

We are finally back from our holiday hibernation! Thanks for BEARing with us (geddit?!)

Books we gifted or were gifted: 

Best of 2016: 

Grace: 

Sarah: 

2016/Backlist

2017

Reading Resolutions: 

Grace: Trying to be more specific with my goals.

1. Read more books by people of color. At least 10 books.

2. Read more books about the entertainment industry. At least 10 books, can overlap with history & biography.

3. Read more history and biography. At least 10 books.

Sarah: Read more intentionally.

1. Read more books by or about people with disabilities. 15 books.

2. Track mental health reads and reasons for reading (work, podcast, fun, etc) and where books came from.

3. Read more non-fic. 5 books.

Two Lady Book Club: 

& Still I Rise by Maya Angelou

Poetry Recs: 

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Theme music written exclusively for Book Jawn Podcast by Joe DeGeorge. Visit him at joedegeorge.com and tell people about him!

Art by Ramsey Beyer, see more of her work at everydaypants.com