Single Lady Writers in Trump’s America: Me & You with Jax and Jen Doll!

June 26th

How has Trump’s America changed the way two single lady writers think, love, and express themselves?

On today’s show, author Jen Doll returns for our second Me & You episode. She’ll interview Jax and be interviewed on how the current political landscape has shifted the thoughts that become words, and the words that become work in their various niches of the writing world. How does Jen, as a savvy social media presence, navigate the landmind of Twitter with humor and confidence? Does she feel defeated or inspired by the women in the coming generation? How has Jax’s study of habit removal in her Year of Abstinence helped or harmed her during this tumultous time?

Today, we ask each other these questions in a boost of lady love.

About Jen Doll

Jenn Doll, author
Jenn Doll, author

Jen Doll is the author of the memoir Save the Date: The Occasional Mortifications of a Serial Wedding Guest. She a freelance writer who’s contributed work to The Atlantic, Elle, New York Magazine, The New York Times Book Review, The Village Voice, and other publications. She’s currently working on a young adult novel for FSG Children. Find her at www.jendoll.com, on Twitter, and Instagram.

About Jacqueline Raposo

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Jacqueline Raposo tells the stories of fascinating humans for print, web, and podcast. She works regularly with Tasting Table, Plate, Saveur, Cosmopolitan, Extra Crispy, and Live from Prince Street, and is the producer and co-host of Love Bites on Heritage Radio Network. She just wrapped a randomly-amazing-awesome-super-life-changing project, My Year of Abstinence, and is figuring out what to do with it. Find her life and work pulled together at wordsfoodart.com and on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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