Welcome back to another episode of Bitch Popaganda! Tune in as we discuss Joan Didion's new memoir Blue Nights, the #mencallmethings Twitter hashtag, and the Childish Gambino album Camp. Plus, Bitch faves!
Links from this episode:
- "WE TELL OURSELVES STORIES IN ORDER TO LIVE: A TRIBUTE TO JOAN DIDION" by Thomas Page McBee (Ironing Board Collective)
- "Andy Rooney, Joan Didion, and the Aging Cultural Critic" by Amanda Hess (GOOD)
- Griffin Dunne's "audiobook for the eyes" (the film he made as a companion to Blue Nights) (Daily Beast)
- "Why Are You In Such A Bad Mood? #Mencallmethings Responds!" by Sady Doyle (Tiger Beatdown)
- #MenCallMeThings (Twitter)
- First Listen: Childish Gambino's Camp by Kwasi Ansu (NPR—Includes album streaming)
- "Donald Glover's Odd Future As A Rapper And The Incoherence Of Misogyny" by Alyssa Rosenberg (Think Progress)
- Kelsey fondly remembers Heavy D with the "Nuttin' But Love" video (and suggests you do the same):
- Kjerstin has been enjoying POOR Magazine's "Decolonizer's Guide to a Humble Revolution"
- Mac recommends following Jon Wurster on Twitter
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