Wendy interviews audiobook narrator extraordinaire Imogen Church about sex positivity, Scientology, and scaring the shit out of people – plus a sneak preview of our very special one-year anniversary episode, coming just in time for Thanksgiving!
We wrap up our Halloween Spooktacular with a very special guest: bestselling poet, actual witch, and all-around badass Amanda Lovelace! Kristen, Layne, and Wendy chat with Amanda about angry feminist poetry, tarot, Twilight, and more. Happy Halloween to all our spooky bitches out there!
Mentioned in this episode: The Princess Saves Herself in This One, The Witch Doesn’t Burn in This One, The Mermaid’s Voice Returns in This One, To Make Monsters Out of Girls, To Drink Coffee with a Ghost, and Break Your Glass Slippers by Amanda Lovelace / Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur / The Twilight Saga by Stephanie Meyer / Gilmore Girls / Lovelace Tarot
For our second Halloween episode, Kristen and Layne discuss why the witch is an enduring feminist icon and share some favorite witchy literature, as well as tales of their own experiences dabbling in the dark arts.
Mentioned in this episode: The Grace Year by Kim Liggett / The Craft / Waking the Witch by Pamela Grossman / Witches in Print; Or How the Patriarchy Weaponized the Printing Press to Silence Independent Women by Jessica Caponigro / Becoming Dangerous: Witchy Femmes, Queer Conjurers, and Magical Rebels edited by Katie West & Jasmine Elliott / Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers: Monstrosity, Patriarchy, and the Fear of Female Power by Sady Doyle / Half-Hanged Mary by Margaret Atwood / Vichcraft
It’s the first episode of our October Spooktacular! Kristen, Layne, and Wendy celebrate the beginning of the best month with a chat about monstrous women, creepy children, and that problematic motherfucker Edgar Allan Poe.
This week, your fave ambitious ladies talk about being unlikeable in real life, including their favorite productivity hacks, the search for the perfect handbag, and the life-changing magic of being a selfish bitch.
Kristen, Layne, and Wendy reunite at last to talk about their favorite unlikeable ladies of summer, including the movie Booksmart, the musical Six, and enough amazing books to keep you antisocial well into the fall.
We’re back, bitches! Wendy and Layne take a break from their way-too-busy summer schedules for a quick chat about the men you meet at writing conferences and why we should all be more like feminist icon J.T. Ellison.
Our first summer episode is a Pride extravaganza! Your fave bi bitches Kristen, Layne, and Wendy chat about everything from rainbow Listerine to bad bisexual stereotypes to the podcast’s super gay origin story, plus recommend some queer books for your TBR.
Layne chats with author Andrea Bartz about her twisty thriller The Lost Night, being an “unlikeable female character” in real life, and why men should be more appreciative that we don’t slaughter them all.
What better way to spend your summer than with toxic relationships, creepy islands, and lots of murder? This week on the podcast, Kristen, Wendy, and Layne share what’s at the top of their Summer 2019 TBRs, including new books by Laura Lippman, Kimberly S. Belle, Andrea Dunlop, and more.