Special Bonus Episode: Secret Feminist Agenda 1.7

Hey witches! We’re popping into your feed on a Friday to drop the newest episode of Hannah’s new podcast, Secret Feminist Agenda! We thought this conversation about witchcraft and embracing your inner Hagrid would be particularly up your alley. Enjoy!

This week I’m joined by authors/witches extraordinaire Jaya Saxena and Jess Zimmerman to talk about their forthcoming book Basic Witches (preorder it here!). If you’re in the New York area, you can head to the launch at The Astoria Bookshop on August 29th! If you think Jaya and Jess sound dope as heck (which they are, why not check out some of the other stuff they’ve written?

The podcast theme song is “Mesh Shirt” by Mom Jeans off their album “Chub Rub.” Listen to the whole album here or learn more about them here.

Jaya and Jess’s theme song is “Witch” by The Bird and the Bee. Go listen to it.

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Hannah McGregor

I am an Assistant Professor in Publishing @ SFU. My areas of research include periodical studies, media studies, middlebrow culture, contemporary and early twentieth-century Canadian literature, critical race studies, and digital humanities. I also make a fortnightly podcast about Harry Potter.

5 thoughts on “Special Bonus Episode: Secret Feminist Agenda 1.7”

  1. Hi Hannah – I can’t find the secret feminist agenda podcast on my usual app (acast) – am I an idiot or should I find a different app to listen On?

    Great podcast – and great to hear more from you!

  2. You guys are so awesome, and I’m glad I found this community! I’m a big Harry Potter fan (also working as a social worker and faculty member of a university in Boston) and bring a lot of analysis regarding combating patriarchy and white supremacy to my favorite sources of fiction. I actually just published a piece on Medium about what we can learn from Luna Lovegood and the Thestrals with regard to white allyship in anti-racism movements. Sharing that here in case you’re interested. Thank you for this space!

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