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Stephanie Big Eagle is the author of Thunderbird Rising, a memoir about reconnecting, resilience, and empowerment.In this episode, we discuss their writing process, and:Writing from your heart and your passionFinding the right agent and publish
Timneisha Greene Kim is the author of Athena’s Quest: A Lesbian’s Quest for Normality, a memoir that explores coming out while being a Christian, and learning self-love and acceptance in the wake of molestation. In this episode, we discuss her
Maika Moulite and Maritza Moulite are sisters and the authors of One of the Good Ones, a young adult novel that explores Blackness and how it relates to white acceptability, through the eyes of a young womxn whose sister was killed at a BLM pro
Mia Mercado is the author of the collection of humor essays, Weird But Normal, which explores the absurdity of being a womxn, and more particularly, a millennial womxn. PopSugar recommends the book, saying, “Whether she’s tackling universal top
Alexandra Chang is the author of Days of Distraction, a new novel about a young womxn who leaves home and contends with the question, “How do you exist in a society that does not notice or understand you?” The Washington Post calls the book “an
Sarah Faith Gottesdiener is the author of The Moon Book, “a guide to conscious living through the moon and her phases, incorporating wellness rituals, spellwork, and witchcraft for the modern seeker.” In this episode, we discuss her writing pro
Rachel Mans McKenny is the author of The Butterfly Effect, a new novel. The book is the story of Greta, an entomologist, who takes an unexpected trip back home and unwinds an “unconventional tale of self-discovery, navigating relationships, and
Riane Konc is the author of Build Your Own Christmas Movie Romance: Pick Your Plot, Meet Your Man, and Create the Holiday Love Story of a Lifetime. The book takes you on a humorous trip of your choosing through the challenges of a big-city hero
Mariëlle S. Smith is the author of 52 Weeks of Writing: Author Journal and Planner. The book helps writers to plan and work on writing goals all year, reflect on your experience writing, and keep you inspired with weekly prompts. In this episod
Marisa Acocella is the author of The Big She-Bang: The Herstory of the Universe According to God the Mother, an Oprah Magazine book pick. Marisa highlights the ways womxn have been erased, vilified, and dominated for thousands of years, and use
Laura Taylor Namey is the author of A Cuban Girl’s Guide to Tea and Tomorrow, a new Young Adult novel that was just chosen as a Reese’s Book Club pick for November 2020. The novel is the story of Lila, a recent high school graduate who is sent
Mother Lan Cao and daughter Harlan Van Cao share the new book they wrote together, Family in Six Tones: A Refugee Mother, an American Daughter, a memoir exploring the American immigrant experience and how it impacts a family.In this episode, we
Award-winning journalist Zara Stone is the author of The Future of Science is Female: The Brilliant Minds Shaping the 21st Century, a book for young people about badass womxn scientists and entrepreneurs.In this episode, we discuss her writing
Francina Simone, author of YA novel, Smash It! In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:Being your own best editorBlocks coming from undeveloped charactersAnd moreIf you’re a new listener to Fierce Womxn Writing, I would love to hea
This week our guest is Nicole Vick, public health advocate and self-published author. In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:The benefits of self-publishingWhat she listens to when she’s writingAnd moreIf you’re a new listener to
This week our guest is Sandra Miller Linhart. In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:The importance of having someone else edit your workWriting as a program running in the background of your mindAnd moreIf you’re a new listener t
This week our guest is Deborah Salazar Shapiro, author of the award-winning children’s book published in both Spanish and English, The Magical Mindful Day. In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:Writing to turn compassion into act
This week our guest is Emily Hashimoto, author of the new novel, A World Between, which explores the relationship between two queer womxn over the span of many years. In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:Making a playlist for yo
This week our guest is Jenny Bhatt, Indian author of Each of Us Killers. In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:Editing out your ticsThe point of no returnAnd moreIf you’re a new listener to Fierce Womxn Writing, I would love to h
This week our guest is Xanthe Alexis, songwriter, and creator of the atmospheric indie folk album, The Offering. In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:Writing as devotional practiceTelling the truthAnd moreIf you’re a new listene
This week our guest is Rebekah Taussig, author of Sitting Pretty: The View from My Ordinary Resilient Disabled Body. In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:Being easy on yourselfGiving yourself space to make a messAnd moreIf you’r
This week our guest is Maisy Card, author of the new novel, These Ghosts Are Family. In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:Never getting rid of anything you love that you edit outWriting from your experienceAnd moreIf you’re a ne
This week our guest is Christina Hammonds Reed author of the new YA novel, The Black Kids. In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:How screenwriting helped her develop her novelWhen she takes a nap during her writing processAnd mor
This week our guest is Melissa Faliveno, editor, teacher, and author of Tomboyland. In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:Carving out just five minutes a dayReading and editing other people’s work to improve your own writingAnd m
This week our guest is Chet’la Sebree, author of poetry collection Mistress, and the forthcoming lyric meditation Field Study. In this episode, we discuss her writing process, and:What really makes a person a writerWriting before the emails sta
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