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Something Old, Something Debut

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We discuss Icebreaker by A.L. Graziadei with Victoria from The Tuck Rule podcast (a.k.a. Ron's girlfriend). Tune in for discussion of this fantastically written "hockey boys kissing book" and hot takes on the sport's culture. ~~~~ for transcrip
We discuss Ellen Outside the Lines with author A.J. Sass, and talk about everything from what to eat in Barcelona, to where to cry in NYC! ~~~~ for transcriptions, social media, our Spotify book playlist, and more: https://linktr.ee/some_old_so
Our second and final episode for Autism Acceptance month! This MG novel by A.J. Sass is adorable, heartfelt, and a great way to wrap up the month with some good vibes. Tune in next time for an interview with the author! ~~~~ for transcriptions,
April is Autism Acceptance month! Our first episode of the month is on Peta Lyre's Rating Normal by Anna Whateley, an Australian YA novel whose main character is Autistic, ADHD, and queer!
We talk about The Sea in Winter by Christine Day, indigenous history and culture, knee injuries, depression, athletics, and adorable children. Not in that order. ~~~~ for transcriptions, social media, and our Spotify book playlist: https://link
This slice of life asexual YA is... frankly spectacular. Visit our link tree for transcripts, music, and more!
We discuss Camp by L.C. Rosen, kicking off the new season with boundless chaotic queer energy!
We talk to Linsey Miller about What We Devour, Belle Révolte, unions, body horror, and lots of other things! This is our last episode of season 2 and it’s a great discussion you won’t want to miss!  Find our transcriptions, social media, and ou
We discuss Linsey Miller’s latest book, What We Devour! This is the second time we’ve discussed a book by Linsey Miller on the podcast, and if you’re a fan of asexual rep, dark fantasy, or eating the rich, you will probably love both! Tune in t
We discuss Joan He’s latest novel, The Ones We’re Meant to Find, an apocalyptic Sci-fi YA that follows two sisters, separated and searching for one another as the world crumbles. If you’re a fan of sibling relationships and big twists, this one
We discuss Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline, an indigenous apocalyptic YA novel. This book features a found family we loved, a great masculine coming of age plot, lots of native history and culture, and a heavy focus on the violence indigenous
We talk to A.J. Sass about Ana on the Edge, writing, skating, and life in general. There’s a lot that might surprise you! ~~~~ for transcriptions, social media, and our Spotify book playlist: https://linktr.ee/some_old_some_debut
Happy Autism Acceptance Month! In this episode we discuss A Kind of Spark by Elle McNicoll. This MG follows Addie, an autistic protagonist, who is overwhelmed with empathy when she hears about all the witches burned in her town years ago, and k
We discuss Ana on the Edge by A.J. Sass, a middle grade novel about a figure skater figuring out their gender! (See what I did there?) Ron deep-dives into his own figure skating past. ~~~~ for transcriptions, social media, and our Spotify book
We talk with Rin about their book Ever Cruel Kingdom! ~~~~ for transcriptions, social media, and our Spotify book playlist: https://linktr.ee/some_old_some_debut
We discuss Ever Cruel Kingdom - the sequel to Never Tilting World by Rin Chupeco! We discussed the first book last year, and this is our first time revisiting an author’s work! ~~~~ for transcriptions, social media, and our Spotify book playlis
We discuss Full Disclosure by Camryn Garrett. This one’s a not-quite-old, not-quite-new book about Simone, a Black teen with HIV trying to navigate her first big romance. And as if juggling friendships, a new relationship, and directing the sch
We discuss Kristen Cashore’s latest novel, Winterkeep, a fantasy that explores themes of industrialization, pollution, power, grief, abuse, sexuality, and the secrets of Foxkind. This new addition to the Graceling Realm books is highly recommen
We kick off season 2 by discussing Queen of the Conquered by Kacen Callender! This adult novel dives into the complexities of colonialism, white supremacy, and the ways power corrupts. This is the first novel we’ve discussed with a deeply unlik
The last episode of season 1! We discuss ch. 25-end of SONG FOR A WHALE by Lynne Kelly! This story follows Iris, a Deaf middle schooler who feels isolated at school because there aren’t any other kids she can sign to. When iris hears about Blue
We discuss ch.1-24 of SONG FOR A WHALE by Lynne Kelly! This story follows Iris, a Deaf middle schooler who feels isolated at school because there aren’t any other kids she can sign to. When iris hears about Blue 55, a whale that can’t communica
We discuss part two of A.S.King’s Still Life with Tornado where Chet is worse than we thought and the Sarahs take a heartwarming group photo. Also, Bruce is kind of a badass. ~~~ for transcriptions, social media, and our Spotify book playlist:
We discuss the first half of STILL LIFE WITH TORNADO by A.S. King! This literary novel follows 16 year old Sarah, who has stopped going to school, her explanation being that she’s realized nothing original ever happens. In her pursuit of origin
We discuss LOVELESS by Alice Oseman with the hosts of Sounds Fake But Okay! LOVELESS is an asexual aromantic coming out story full of great queer friendship and a journey of self acceptance. Sounds Fake But Okay is an asexual & aromantic podcas
We discuss the ch.21-end of Axiom’s End by Lindsay Ellis! This book is simultaneously chilling and heartwarming in a way few are and you will fall in love with a strange large dangerous alien — or your money back! “If you enjoy first-contact ta
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