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In this episode, we have a great conversation with horror author Gwendolyn Kiste! We discuss the great work she's done with her blog and the importance of leveraging privilege to continually work toward equity in publishing. We talk about her writing but we also reminisce about the old days of recording favorite shows on VHS!
Our selection for literary discussion this month is the short story The Lady of the House of Love by Angela Carter. We absolutely love this decadent gothic tale. Listen along to discover what this story and the film The Love Witch have in common.