Hannah and Tirzah give a lesson on the history of publishing’s paperback and hardcover divide, and intersections with socioeconomic classes, capitalism, and more….then they talk about small and indie presses, which makes for a lot of overlap with the paperback conversation, actually!
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Show Notes: Books
The Vicious Deep by Zoraida Córdova
The Obsession by Jesse Q. Sutanto
I Think I Love You by Auriane Desombre
Oksi by Mari Ahokoivu
Five Total Strangers by Natalie D. Richards
In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters
The Cure for Dreaming by Cat Winters
The Steep and Thorny Way by Cat Winters
Blood Countess by Lana Popović
Poison Priestess by Lana Popović
The Blood Confession by Alisa M. Libby
Thirty Talks Weird Love by Alessandra Narvaez Varela
Gabi, a Girl in Pieces by Isabel Quintero
Apple: Skin to the Core by Eric Gansworth
Elatsoe by Darcie Little Badger and Rovina Cai
Cheer Up! by Crystal Frasier and Val Wise
The Tea Dragon Society by Katie O’Neill
What I Like About Me by Jenna Guillaume
You Were Made for Me by Jenna Guillaume
Manic Pixie Dream Boy Improvement Project by Lenore Appelhans
Forgive Me If I’ve Told You This Before by Karelia Stetz-Waters
Mercury Boys by Chandra Prasad
Summer in the City of Roses by Michelle Ruiz Keil
Summer of the Mariposas by Guadalupe Garcia McCall
I Am Alfonso Jones by Tony Medina
Hammer of Witches by Shana Mlawski
Ink and Ashes by Valynne E. Maetani
Show Notes: Publishers and Other Links
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