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This week, we're looking at books from smaller publishing companies that specialize in pushing boundaries and telling amazing stories.
Along the way, we talk about how Amy equates turning an ankle with the apocalypse, the drawbacks of having hologram friends, and how we should all use the term "ragamuffin" more.
Fun fact: starting a podcast with a friend is the best way to learn about all their weirdnesses. And love them even more.
Our picks this week:
Amy: The Empress and the Cake, Linda Stift (Translated by Jamie Bulloch)
Erin: Little Bee, Chris Cleave
Amy: Northwood, Maryse Meijer (Novella, Poetry)
Amy: Gay Future (Podcast)
Erin: I, Tonya (Movie)
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