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  • Kate Baer on ‘And Yet’ speaking truth through poetry.
    This week, Angela chats with Kate Baer, the Pennsylvania-based poet and New York Times-bestselling author of the collections WHAT KIND OF WOMAN, I HOPE THIS FINDS YOU WELL, & AND YET. They talk about Kate's path to sharing poems about motherhood, in all its complexity, with strangers on the internet; pushing back against misogynistic takes on her work; the poets whose words she keeps returning to; and the wisdom that accompanies getting older and embracing who you are. Plus, lucky us: Kate reads several of her poems throughout the episode. We recommend Jessica Bennett's profile on Kate. What Kind of Woman I Hope This Finds You Well And Yet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
  • Tarajia Morrell on collaborating with the late chef Fatima Ali and uncovering fascinating characters through food writing.
    This week on Lit Up, Angela speaks with Tarajia Morrell, writer, born-and-raised New Yorker, and creator of the food and travel blog, The Lovage. They discuss Tarajia’s impactful collaboration with the late boundary-breaking chef Fatima Ali on her 2022 posthumous memoir Savor: A Chef's Hunger for More (Ballantine Books), which features writing from Fatima during her last months and contributions by her mother, Farezeh. They also discuss Tarajia’s path into food writing as a way to talk about memorable characters, favorite cookbooks, and their preferred techniques for roasting a chicken. Savor: A Chef's Hunger for More Tarajia’s blog, The Lovage Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
  • 2022 in books (plus a gift guide!) feat. Ruby Smith.
    For Lit Up’s final episode of 2022, Angie and Ruby (a brilliant colleague who works on the Sugar23 Books imprint, and spent a past life as a bookseller at New York City’s iconic Three Lives & Company), catch up about their year in great books, titles they’ve loved, what’s topping their list for winter break marathon reading sessions, and recommended book gifts for all the avid readers in your lives this holiday season. Books we talk about on this ep include: The English Understand Wool by Helen DeWitt The Midcoast by Adam White Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus Acne: A Memoir by Laura Chinn The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O'Farrell Romantic Comedy by Curtis Sittenfeld Heating & Cooling: 52 Micro-Memoirs by Beth Ann Fennelly Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness by Ingrid Fetell Lee Fly Girl: A Memoir by Ann Hood Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef by Gabrielle Hamilton Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly by Anthony Bourdain The World of Natural Wine: What It Is, Who Makes It, and Why It Matters by Aaron Ayscough Catch up on any episodes you missed this year at (or wherever you like to listen!). More to come in the shiny new year. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
  • The Cut’s Jen Ortiz on honing her editing skills and secret YouTube obsessions.
    This week, Angela chats with Jen Ortiz, Deputy Editor of New York Magazine’s The Cut. They talk about Jen’s trajectory through the media world, working with writers, life and abortion resources after Roe, newsletters and books she’s loving of late, and of course, this August’s Meghan Markle cover story. Jen's recs include: Alive at the End of the World by Saeed Jones Bre Graham’s newsletter Just to Delight and book, Table for Two: Recipes for the Ones You Love The Old Place by Bobby Finger Vegan chef and cookbook author Gaz Oakley’s (aka “the Avant-Garde Vegan”) YouTube channel Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
  • Nimarta Narang, Literary Editor of Brown Girl Magazine, on creating space for a multitude of South Asian stories.
    This week, Angela speaks with writer and editor Nimarta Narang, who has worked as a journalist since she was 15 in Thailand and currently oversees Brown Girl Magazine’s literary vertical, commissioning and publishing original fiction from established and emerging South Asian writers.  Brown Girl Magazine, a multimedia company created by and for South Asian womxn, believes in storytelling as a powerful tool for community building. Their team encompasses and welcomes women, femmes, men, gender non-conforming, queer, and transgender individuals living across the diaspora including the USA, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.  Angela and Nimarta discuss the publication’s anthology “Untold: Defining Moments of the Uprooted,” (edited by Gabrielle Deonath and Kamini Ramdeen) which features over 30 deeply personal stories exploring South Asian experiences with specificity; coming of age and studying in cities around the world; her work to amplify expansive narratives through the BGM platform and advocate for more inclusive media and publishing industries; and a few contemporary writers currently inspiring her.  Nimarta's podcast and book recs include: The Chaat Room, hosted by Keertana Sastry & Nikitha Menon — in partnership with Brown Girl Magazine — featuring interviews with South Asians in Hollywood, on and off the screen. The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri Books by Adiba Jaigirdar Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows by Balli Kaur Jaswal Kaikeyi by Vaishnavi Patel Missed Translations: Meeting the Immigrant Parents Who Raised Me by Sopan Deb Taste Makers: Seven Immigrant Women Who Revolutionized Food in America by Mayukh Sen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

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