Robin Talley—New York Times bestselling author of Lies We Tell Ourselves, What We Left Behind, As I Descended, Our Own Private Universe—talks about her newest novel, Pulp. Robin shares insight about transitioning into being a full-time writer and stay-at-home mom, writing a Judy Blume book for queer girls, and writing books with her younger self in mind.
LINKS AND TOPICS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
Love, Simon (movie)
Ann Bannon (famous lesbian pulp author)
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