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This story and author is powerful. It made me feel inquisitive and fulfilled. Ironically, like the letter, I felt she was speaking to me. And I needed to hear this. Wonderful beginning to this season!
It wasn't until the end that I realized it's the love of the mystical higher power she brings into focus. Why are tears gathering in my eyes? Why this smile too? These are the words we long to hear from a secret place within ourselves that we can never fully know. This podcast is a gift that nourishes my heart. thank you!
Nnedi Okorafor, Author of "Mother of Invention", Part 3
"Mother of Invention" by Nnedi Okorafor, Part 2
"Mother of Invention" by Nnedi Okorafor, Part 1
Miniseries Coming November 17
"Little Man" by Michael Cunningham
"The Story We Used to Tell" by Shirley Jackson
"A Good Friday" by Barbara Jenkins
"Low Energy Economy" by Adrian Tchaikovsky
"Wherein Abigail Fields Recalls Her First Death and, Subsequently, Her Best Life" by Rebecca Roanhorse
"Dune Song" by Suyi Davies Okungbowa
"Madre Nuestra, Que Estás en Maracaibo" by Ana Hurtado
"Cricket" by Kenneth Yu
"Room for Rent" by Richie Narvaez
"The Nine Curves River" by R. F. Kuang
"Your Rover is Here" by LP Kindred
"Pockets" by Amal El-Mohtar
A Conversation with James McBride (and News About Season 7!)
Introducing Imani State of Mind
"The Foster Portfolio" by Kurt Vonnegut
"Recitatif" by Toni Morrison, Part 2
End of Episode