Book of the week discussions and things!
This week we delve into the DC Expanded Universe with the graphic novel Darkest Night! This comic takes us to the one of the darkest times in DC's history with zombies and action in super human form!
Join us next week as we discuss The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware!
Hoofs or Hooves
This was a book! Join us this week as we discuss the roller coast rider that was The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones. This horror book was right up our alley with twists and turns and keeps us on our toes! Couldn't sleep without thinking of the Elk Woman!
Join us next week as Judith has us dive into the world of graphic novels with Blackest Night: Green Lantern!
Strawberry Mix Drink Time
Welcome to this weeks podcast where Judith and Roxana provide their insights into There There by Tommy Orange! This book is a doozy. A contemporary story that takes us on a whirlwind tour of a large cast of Native Americans living in the Oakland, California area. Unfolding into a rich tapestry of perspectives, each of the characters' trajectories are taking them to the same destination: the Oakland Powwow.
Join us next week as we continue Indigenous Heritage month with a novel by Stephen Graham Jones: The Only Good Indians!
The Unfinished Book
This week Roxana tells us all about The Road Back to Sweetgrass by Linda LeGarde Grove. A coming of age story of a young indigenous woman in the turbulent 1970s. This story kicks off weekly discussions dedicated to Indigenous Heritage Month from indigenous authors!
Join us next week as we discuss There There by Cheyenne and Arapaho author Tommy Orange.
Todas chupadas, this week we tell stories of famous legends both well known and not so well know from Latin America and the US. Our families and friends contributed to most of our leyendas.
Next Week: We pay homage to indigenous Native American authors. Our book of the week is called The Road Back to Sweetgrass by Linda LeGarde Grover.
Happy Halloween, Witches and Warlocks! Welcome to our special, creepy episode where we tell you spooky stories submitted by our listeners, our families' stories, and excerpts from our childhood favorite book: Scary Stories to tell in the dark.
Have fun and be safe this Halloween!