I Will Always Love You: The Compasshole

On this week’s episode Clare and I read I Will Always Love You, the twelfth book in Cecily Von Ziegesar’s Gossip Girl series. You can listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you like to listen. As a reminder, some of these links, including our Bookshop.org link, are affiliates.

This week I’m starting The Au Pair by Emma Rous, and Clare is reading Dark Harmony, the third novel in Laura Thalassa’s The Bargainer series.

Here’s the Wikipedia page for Deep Springs. They now accept women, and it’s free to attend, but they only ever teach up to 30 students at any time. I don’t believe you have to already be a murdering douche to attend.

Basically Hollis except more purple and with long black hair

Tisch has both a Film and Television program and a Cinema Studies program for undergrad.

Googled it just to make sure, and a compass does point north.

The dog Hollis gives Vanessa is a chow/poodle (Choodle)

The majority of undergraduate programs at Oxford are three years, but not all of them.

The attitude Clare and I had coming out of this book

The “Iowa Writers Thing” is the Iowa Writer’s Workshop.

Here’s a brief slideshow covering some of the long history of the trans influence in fashion. The Marsha the tiktok is referencing is Marsha Johnson. There are several articles you can read about the “Skinny or Fashion?” conversation.

State of the Union

Courtney’s week

InOut
To-Do listsDesk chairs

Clare’s week

InOut
Celebrating friendsForgetting your meds

Join us next week as we read the prequel, It Had to be You.

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