In Pop Fiction Women we deep-dive into the complicated women of books, movies and TV shows, along with the women that bring them to life behind the scenes. Think Fleabag and Phoebe Waller Bridge, Normal People and Sally Rooney, and so much more. In each episode you can expect us to: * Break down the protagonist as we ask what makes her complicated? * Identify the best scenes, which can mean sweetest, funniest, or most badass. Anything we love. * Recount the cringiest scenes. The ones that make you squirm. Sometimes it’s self-sabotage, sometimes it’s growth, but it’s always part of the process of becoming our complicated selves. * Play arm-chair therapist in What’s Your Damage, Heather? An homage to the iconic line in Winona Rider’s Heathers, we discuss how these characters got to be the way they are. * “What She Said” - the segment where we scour every essay and interview with the women behind the scenes and share some of our favorite first person quotes. Real life is as interesting as... more
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Written and directed by the brilliant Maggie Gyllenhaal, based on the novella by Elena Ferrante, The Lost Daughter engendered a strong, dare we say, obsessive, reaction in us! Even after discussing it for hours, this complicated and complex portrayal... more
Today we’re chatting with Nikki May about her debut novel, WAHALA. Born in Bristol, raised in Lagos, and now living in Dorset, Nikki May is Nigerian-British. Wahala, which in West Africa is a word for trouble, has been called a “contemporary friendsh... more
We discuss the many narratives around marriage and divorce, with examples from Tom Brady and Gisele, as well as divorce guru Adele. Support this podcast
Kate & Carinn not only discuss amazing books, series, movies etc… they also have amazing interviews with authors, creators & poets. The women are intelligent, creative and funny! I love the strong female perspectives and everything this podcast delivers.
This podcast is akin to having dinner with your most engaging friends. I loved hearing their insights on my favorite shows and integrating history, other great pop culture, and more into it. Recommend for anyone interested in smart and fun commentary!
You really need to seek additional information on speaking about Queer issues if you are going to put it out to the public. more
Re: The Criminal background check discussion... While I agree she wasn’t charged/convicted so she should be fine. It was also mentioned “she would be a good cuddlier since even if she was convicted and served time it should t matter”. Come on as either an employer or a parent? Plenty of people aren’t hired because of having a felony on their record for jobs less important than holding a baby. You may not be hired at Target but you can hold an infant? It’s just not logical. The potential liab... more
Too many tangents and hardly a mention of the title material. more
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Pop Fiction Women launched 2 years ago and published 153 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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