Jill Louise Busby is an writer, filmmaker, and the person behind the now defunct “Jill is Black” account on Instagram. She joins The Stacks to discuss her debut book, Unfollow Me: Essay in Complicity. Our conversation examines the complexities of audience in relation to worth, real life vs. internet life, and the need for balance.
The Stacks Book Club selection for September is Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy by Heather Ann Thompson. We will discuss the book with Derecka Purnell on Wednesday September 29th.
Everything we talk about on today’s episode can be found below in the show notes. You can also find everything we talked about on Amazon.
- Unfollow Me by Jill Louise Busby
- Jill’s Website
- Rachel Cargle
- Moms as Managers
- “The Short Stacks 23: Tressie McMillan Cottom//Thick” (The Stacks)
- Jason Reynolds
- “Ep. 89 Staying True to Yourself with Jason Reynolds” (The Stacks)
- “Ep. 172 The Art vs. The Artist with Quentin Tarantino” (The Stacks)
- Rhode Island Writer’s Colony
- Candice Iloh
- Christine Platt
- Mateo Askaripour
- “Ep. 157 Every Body Looking by Candice Iloh — The Stacks Book Club (Nic Stone)” (The Stacks)
- “Ep. 151 Truth and Satire with Mateo Askaripour” (The Stacks)
- “Ep. 173 Living with Less with Christine Platt” (The Stacks)
- The Terrible by Yrsa Daley-Ward
- The How by Yrsa Daley-Ward
- Chloe Caldwell
- The Red Zone by Chloe Caldwell
- Unfollow Me: Essays on Complicity — Jill Louise Busby in Conversation with Chloe Caldwell (Charis Books)
- Cultish by Amanda Montell
- Wordslut by Amanda Montell
- Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison
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