Ep. 198 We’ll Be Okay with Jason Reynolds

This week we’ve got a repeat guest, the unmatched talent that is, Jason Reynolds. We’re talking about his new book, Ain’t Burned all the Bright, a collaboration with his friend, artist, Jason Griffin. We talk today about creativity in 2020, working with collaborators, and our understandings and experiences around grief. You can hear Jason’s first appearances on The Stacks here and here.

The Stacks Book Club selection for December is Passing by Nella Larsen, we will discuss the book on January 26th with Cree Myles.

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Ep. 108 Priya Parker on Meaningful Gatherings in the Time of COVID

Priya Parker, the author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters, is helping us take a deeper look at how we can create collective meaning in modern life, one gathering at a time. Not only do we discuss Priya’s amazing book, but we also talk about connecting with purpose when we cannot be physically together. She shares insight into her new podcast Together Apart which, is about gatherings in the time of Coronavirus. Then we look ahead to how we will gather after COVID-19.

Remember, The Stacks Book Club selection for April is Trust Exercise by Susan Choi, we will discuss the book with Brandon Taylor on April 29th.

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Connect with Priya: Twitter | Instagram | Website |Together Apart Podcast
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