Emma Dabiri - You're Booked

This week we are delighted to welcome the broadcaster, academic and bestselling author Emma Dabiri to You're Booked. Emma is the author of Don't Touch My HairWhat White People Can Do Next: From Allyship to Coalition and her latest book Disobedient Bodies: Reclaim Your Unruly Beauty, that accompanies The Cult of Beauty, a major exhibition at Wellcome Collection. We talked to Emma about fashion inspiration in Anne of Green Gables, the philosophy of beauty, the genius of Toni Morrison and E Nesbit being the gateway to a lifelong love of books.


Daisy will be at the Margate Bookie at the end of October with former podcast guests Lou Sanders, Andi Osho, Yomi Adegoke, Lucy Vine and many more. Find out more about Daisy's Creative Confidence Substack and her Writing Course HERE or email: creativeconfidenceclinic@gmail.com. And sign up for the You're Booked newsletter by heading to:  FurtherReading.Substack.com. Find out more about all the books mentioned on the episode by visiting https://uk.bookshop.org/shop/booked



BOOKS

Emma Dabiri - Disobedient Bodies

Emma Dabiri - Don't Touch My Hair

Emma Dabiri - What White People Can Do Next

E Nesbit - Five Children and It

Marge Piercy - Woman on the Edge of Time

Fred Moten and Stefano Harney - The Undercommons

R. F. Kuang - Yellowface

Tracy King - Learning to Think

Carl Sagan - Cosmos

Zadie Smith - Changing My Mind

Elizabeth Grosz - The Nick of Time

Friedrich Nietzsche - Thus Spoke Zarathustra

Gaye Theresa Johnson and Alex Lubin (Eds) - Futures of Black Radicalism

Félix Guattari and Gilles Deleuze - A Thousand Plateaus

Mark Fisher - Capitalist Realism

Katherine May - Electricity of Every Living Thing

Shaparak Khorsandi - Scatter Brain

Ann Patchett - Tom Lake

Toni Morrison - Song of Solomon

Toni Morrison - Paradise

Toni Morrison - Bluest Eye

Oliver Burkeman - 4000 Weeks

Toni Morrison - Paris Review Interview

Daisy Buchanan - Limelight

Judith Watt (ed) - Penguin Book of 20th Century Fashion Writing

Stella Gibbons - Cold Comfort Farm


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