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The Lit Review is a longform podcast series hosted by Monica Trinidad and Page May, two Chicago-based organizers. Each episode, Monica and Page lead semi-informal conversations with organizers and community members about their most influential book that has helped them develop their political analysis and theory of change. In some cases, we talk to the authors themselves, breaking down the importance of their own book journey. The Lit Review podcast recognizes that political study is not alw ...
 
Reviews of novels, poetry, non-fiction & graphic novels with a distinctly geek-driven Canadian focus. The vocal version of MacroMicroCosm Literary & Art Journal (ISSN 2368-979/X) features articles and reviews, discussions, author interviews and the philosophy of literature.We tend to highlight sci-fi, spec fic & magic realism, and love poetry for its' experimentalism and edge.
 
The New Vague Review of Books is your thoroughly roughshod guide to the world of literature. Every episode we stumble through the topics that you’re curious about, in an ill-prepared and irreverent way that would make our old English lit teachers squirm a little bit. From Harry Potter to Infinite Jest, and everything in between; no book is out of our grasp. And look at that, we sort of know how to use a semi-colon. Sort of. Is there something you want us to discuss? Got a literary problem th ...
 
Words To Mouth is an author interview talk show where readers meet authors beyond the printed page…and win FREE books. Come discover new and seasoned authors and the books they write. Carrie Runnals understands the challenges of being a busy woman juggling work-life balance. She scours the literary market and keeps a pulse on new book releases for you. Hear about the latest must-read novels and nonfiction as Carrie gets the answers to questions you want asked with authors you’d love to meet. ...
 
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MacroMicroCosm Lit Reviews interviews asian fantasy author Fred Yu about his new launch The Orchid Farmer's Sacrifice, Daoist Kung Fu & a way to cook. Thanks to R&R Book Tours & Susan Schwartzman.macromicrocosm lit journal による
 
MacroMicroCosm Literary Review shakes up our format with an interview. Join Lis and author Ryan Young to discuss his paranormal thriller The Shepherd's Burden. Thanks to R&R Book Tours & Bookshop.org.macromicrocosm lit journal による
 
Episode Notes This week, we're slashing Mary Shelley. The transcript for this episode can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's other podcast, Victorian Scribblers. Find out more at https://lit-slashing.pinecast.co…
 
Episode Notes This week, we're slashing Henry David Thoreau. The transcript for this episode can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's other podcast, Victorian Scribblers.Tweet number on about ThoreauAnd a tweet thread that followed Find out more at https:…
 
Episode Notes This week, we're slashing The transcript for this episode can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's other podcast, Victorian Scribblers. Find out more at https://lit-slashing.pinecast.co
 
Episode Notes This week, we're slashing The transcript for this episode can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's other podcast, Victorian Scribblers. Support Lit Slashing by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/lit-slashing Find ou…
 
Episode Notes This week, we're slashing Frances Milton Trollope The transcript for this episode can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's other podcast, Victorian Scribblers. Support Lit Slashing by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/…
 
Episode Notes This week, we're slashing Thomas Hardy. The transcript for this episode can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's other podcast, Victorian Scribblers. Support Lit Slashing by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/lit-sl…
 
Episode Notes This week, we're slashing Fergus Hume. The transcript for this episode can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's other podcast, Victorian Scribblers. And if you have any of the elementary emotions left in your nineteenth- ... erm ... twenty-f…
 
Episode Notes This week, we're slashing Wilkie Collins. The transcript for this episode can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's other podcast, Victorian Scribblers. Support Lit Slashing by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/lit-…
 
Episode Notes This week, we're slashing Emily and Anne Brontë. The transcript for this episode can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's other podcast, Victorian Scribblers. Support Lit Slashing by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/j…
 
Episode Notes This week, we're slashing William Wordsworth. The transcript for this episode can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's other podcast, Victorian Scribblers. Support Lit Slashing by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/…
 
Episode Notes This week, we're slashing Edward Bulwer-Lytton. The transcript for this episode can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's other podcast, Victorian Scribblers. Support Lit Slashing by contributing to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/ja…
 
Episode Notes This is Lit Slashing, a weekly micro podcast bringing you history’s most notorious bad, backhanded, and brutal reviews of literary classics, coming May 25th, 2021. The transcript for this trailer can be found here. Follow us on Twitter @LitSlashingPod and check out our website litslashing.carrd.co Check out Courtney and Eleanor's othe…
 
We are proud to be Open for Submissions, via Duosuma (Duotrope) our submissions manager. Bring us your full length manuscripts in the sci-fi, contemporary fantasy & speculative fiction genres. Visit Vraeyda Literary for Aegis, by RL Arenz III.macromicrocosm lit journal による
 
It’s a wrap for Season 3! In 8 episodes, we went deep on topics including colonization and land justice, civil rights history, and movement and organizing fundamentals. And in the midst of the pandemic, uprising, and elections, we did our best to highlight the amazing resistance work happening in Chicago. There’s no special guest on this season fin…
 
This is our last episode of Season 3 and it does not disappoint! To close out 2020, we’re discussing the book From the Ground Up: Environmental Racism and the Rise of the Environmental Justice Movement by Luke Cole & Sheila Foster. This short but dense book focuses on the history of the Environmental Justice movement leading up to the signing of th…
 
Despite some truly 2020-style audio recording issues, our 2nd to last episode of the season is here! First off the bat, peep our pre-episode plug with the homies Daniel & Damon of AirGo Radio! We hope you’re listening to our podcast episodes back-to-back every week! Then to the full episode, we have our guest, Christian Snow of Assata’s Daughters a…
 
Fannie Lou Hamer is increasingly recognized for her leadership with the Mississippi Democratic Freedom Party, but did you know about the 600-acre Freedom Farm Cooperative she started? This is one of many examples of Black farmers organizing for power and self-determination highlighted in Monica White’s book “Freedom Farmers: Agricultural Resistance…
 
This was a hard book to talk about, but we’re so glad that we did. The late Gloria Anzaldúa’s book “Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza” is beloved to many and considered a fundamental text in Chicana and Latinx studies. With gorgeous prose, she richly captures the unique experiences of those who inhabit the borderlands; of place, gender, clas…
 
Originally published in 1950, Discourse on Colonialism by Aimé Césaire directly and dramatically influenced the liberation struggles happening in Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean. This book/essay/poem/manifesto is a blazing collection of thoughts that affirms Black identity and culture, embraces surrealism as revolt, and demands decolonizat…
 
Have you ever heard of the term “Alinsky-style organizing” and the rules that are involved? For example, “A tactic that drags on too long is a drag” and “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” Here in Chicago, Saul Alinksy is often mentioned both for what his analysis is missing, as well as for the helpful basics his traditio…
 
Ready to learn and get in your feelings? This week, we connected with Stephanie Skora, Associate Executive Director of Brave Space Alliance and author of the Girl, I Guess voter guide. Stephanie shared her love and learnings from S Bear Bergman’s book “Blood, Marriage, Wine & Glitter” a book of personal essays about their queer and trans experience…
 
There’s importance in collaboration and experimentation when it comes to organizing. But what does organizing around super radical ideas in very practical and grounded ways in a community you’re not from look like? We chat with Bettina Johnson, co-founder of Liberation Library and member of Chicago Afrosocialists & Socialists of Color of the DSA, a…
 
MacroMicroCosm ReviewsWhat the Mouth Wants by Monica Meneghetti published by Dagger Editions. Here is an author who waited. Who held back until the moment of critical mass before she pressed 'send' on the query for publication. She waited until she had gravity on her side.macromicrocosm lit journal による
 
Urgent and visionary, The Revolution Will Not Be Funded presents a biting critique of the quietly devastating role the non-profit industrial complex plays in managing dissent. Joy Messinger from Third Wave Fund joins us today to discuss. Hosts: Monica Trinidad & Page MayGuest: Joy MessingerRelease Date: February 19, 2019 Length: 51:00Key Questions:…
 
​In the U.S., it’s becoming increasingly trendier to “go green” and become more environmentally-conscious in our daily lives under capitalism. However, there’s a whole other movement of eco-consciousness and activism that is being heavily criminalized and repressed. In his debut book, Green Is the New Red: An Insider’s Account of a Social Movement …
 
On this first edition of Friday Writes!, Canadian speculative fiction author & poet Sapha Burnell talks about inspiration, and the folly of the 'purely original' idea in a world shaped by ancient things. Please follow us on Twitter @macromicrocosm and find our Vraeyda Film channel on YouTube.macromicrocosm lit journal による
 
MacroMicroCosm Reviews: A Theory of Expanded Love by Caitlin Hicks Published by Light Messages A near perfect novel of Annie growing up Catholic in 1963's California. Rebel & blossom with a true hero of female resilience & love.macromicrocosm lit journal による
 
What does fascism look like today in the U.S.? Where does the alt-right fit into this? How can it be fought?!We sat down with Chicago-based Native abolitionist organizer, writer and co-struggler Kelly Hayes to discuss Shane Burley's book Fascism Today: What It Is and How to End It. Examining the modern fascist movement’s various strains, Shane Burl…
 
Season Two is sticking with the theme and serving up another episode exploring housing and displacement in Chicago. Making the Second Ghetto: Race and Housing in Chicago 1940-1960 by Arnold Hirsch is considered a premier text on the subject, However, at about 382 dense & jargon-filled pages, it’s a bit intimidating. Here to offer a helpful summary …
 
Who knew that the Chicago neighborhood called Old Town was actually part of Lincoln Park? Who knew it was a site of transformation, displacement, resistance, gentrification, AND urban renewal? We sat down with author and policy analyst Daniel Kay Hertz to talk about his new book, The Battle of Lincoln Park: Urban Renewal and Gentrification in Chica…
 
In this special summer episode, Lit review co-host Monica Trinidad has a phone conversation with dear friend and incarcerated activist, Patrice Lumumba Daniels, about one of his favorite books, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander. Banned from prisons in North Carolina and Florida, The New Jim Crow…
 
We’re back with one of our favorites! It’s Black Reconstruction - Part 2. On today’s episode, we’re talking with life long organizer and former political prisoner, Frank Chapman. Tune in to hear Frank’s take on Du Bois and the social, economic and political changes that were taking place leading up to and through Reconstruction. Key Questions: 1. W…
 
In this episode, we bring you the Lit Review LIVE from Hairpin Arts Center, the current site of For the People Artists Collective’s exhibition Do Not Resist? 100 Years of Chicago Police Violence.We chatted with Simon Balto and Toussaint Losier, two radical authors and professors, about Simon’s upcoming book, Occupied Territory: Policing Black Chica…
 
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