Ep. 49: Author Kate Bolick Discusses March Sisters: On Life, Death, and Little Women

This week, I’m delighted to welcome author Kate Bolick to the podcast. 

Kate Bolick is the author of the bestselling Spinster: Making a Life of One’s Own. Today we’re discussing her wonderful essay on Meg in March Sisters: On Life, Death, and Little Women.

Kate Bolick

If you can’t stop thinking about the new Greta Gerwig adaptation, I would highly recommend picking up this collection. Jenny Zhang, Carmen Maria Machado and Jane Smiley also share thought-provoking essays on Jo, Beth and Amy. A must read for Alcott fans!

 

You can also listen on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.

 

Books Mentioned On This Episode:

marchsisterscover

March Sisters

 

LWimageLittle Women

 

megjo

Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy:

The Story of Little Women and Why It Still Matters

 

roomofonesown

A Room of One’s Own

 

dearestfriend

Dearest Friend: A Life of Abigail Adams

 

thick

Thick

autobiographyofredAutobiography of Red

 

wakesiren

Wake Siren

 

toni

The Source of Self-Regard

equivalents

The Equivalents

To find out more about Kate Bolick visit her website www.katebolick.com.

 

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Happy Reading and Listening!

Laura Szaro Kopinski

ABookishHome.com

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