Stitcher for Podcasts

Get the App Open App
Bummer! You're not a
Stitcher Premium subscriber yet.
Learn More
Start Free Trial
$4.99/Month after free trial
HELP

Show Info

Episode Info

Episode Info: Maggie Tokuda-Hall is a writer and podcaster based in San Francisco, CA. Maggie’s debut YA novel, The Mermaid, the Witch, and the Sea, is a swashbuckling pirate fantasy, and it’s also a nuanced and subversive story about colonialism, the power of storytelling, and the cost of violence. In our conversation, Maggie and I talked about her love of working in multiple forms and genres, the presentation of race in her novel, and writing the horrificness of violence. Then in the second segment, we discussed how to talk to our kids about problematic books and authors. (Conversation recorded April 29, 2020.) Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | RadioPublic | Stitcher | Spotify | TuneIn | RSS Support: Support our Patreon | Review on Apple Podcasts | Review on Podchaser Share: Tweet this episode | Share to Facebook Connect: Newsletter | Email | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr Show Notes: Maggie Tokuda-Hall Maggie Tokuda-Hall - The Mermaid, the Witch, and the Sea Maggie Tokuda-Hall - Also an Octopus Drunk Safari Maggie Tokuda-Hall - Fear and Loathing in Utero (Catapult) Maggie Tokuda-Hall - “On Violations, Macarons, and the Pursuit of Beauty I Can Control” Patrick Ness - The Knife of Never Letting Go Barbara Park - Junie B. Jones Lynne Reid Banks - The Indian in the Cupboard Nicole Chung - “E. B. White’s Lesson for Debut Writers: It’s Okay to Start Small“ F Troop James S. A. Corey Never Have I Ever Transcript Episode Credits Editing/Mixing: Mike Sakasegawa Music: Podington Bear Transcription: Shea Aguinaldo ...
Read more »

Discover more stories like this.

Like Stitcher On Facebook

EMBED

Episode Options

Listen Whenever

Similar Episodes

Related Episodes