In ‘Woke,’ a life-changing event upends one man’s life. Nerdette talks with Chicago comic T. Murph about his role and the show’s message.
As a film professor, Sarah Kozloff learned ‘The Lord of the Rings’ fails an easy gender equality test. So she wrote her own fantasy series.
Listen as Peter, Tricia and Greta search for possible religious analogs and consider the system of ethics in the ‘Toy Story’ universe.
Nerdette talks with baker and cookbook author Shauna Sever about how to bake away your feelings this fall.
Mengiste’s novel tells the stories of Ethiopian women warriors who fought against Italian occupation.
It’s gory, it’s vulgar … and that’s just the first 20 minutes! Listen to Greta, Peter and Tricia break down 1994’s ‘Pulp Fiction.‘
Of course it isn’t! We got ahold of NPR books editor Barrie Hardymon to get recommendations for some great autumn reads.
It’s 1976. The bell rings on the last day of school … and that’s nearly the whole plot of ‘Dazed and Confused’!
Author Lisa Levenstein tells Nerdette the 1990s were a pivotal time in feminist history. “The biggest change was really a culture change.“
Sameer Pandya’s debut novel explores race and belonging in America. We analyze it along with authors Jade Chang and Alisha Rai.