Nov 28 2022
90 - Books Are My People with Tracy Dawson
Books Are My People – Episode 90This week, I welcome author and actor Tracy Dawson, author of Let Me Be Frank: A Book about Women Who Dressed Like Men to Do Shit They Weren’t Supposed to Do. Books Recommended:Let Me Be Frank: A Book about Women Who Dressed Like Men to Do Shit They Weren’t Supposed to Do by Tracy DawsonIf Neitzsche Were a Narwhal by Justin GreggRun Towards the Danger by Sarah Polley Fatty Fatty Boom Boom by Rabia ChaudryThe Wreckage of my Presence by Casey WilsonOther Books Mentioned:Trust by Hernan DiazIn Sensorium: Notes for my People by TanaisKindred by Octavia E. ButlerLady Chatterly’s Lover by D.H. LawrenceReckless Girls by Rachel HawkinsNo Farther than the End of the Street by Benjamin NiespodzianyBurntcoat by Sarah HallThe (Other) You: Stories by Joyce Carol OatsLove in the Big City Sang Young ParkSmitten Kitchen Keepers: New Classics for your Forever Files by Deb PearlmanMrs. Dalloway by Virginia WoolfHow to Sell A Haunted House by Grady HendrixYou can purchase all of the books I talk about on the show on my Bookshop.org store: Books Are My People. It’s a great way to support the show as well as local bookstores. Tracey: Twitter @dawsontracyInstagram @dawsontracyArtist Tina Berning: @tina_berning NEWS NOTES:Here are the list of Kirkus Prize WinnersHere is the official trailer for the film adaptaion of Lady Chatterly’s Lover Support the showI hope you all have a wonderfully bookish week!