Plume: A Writer's Podcast

Episode 6, Featuring Samantha Tetangco

September 14, 2020 Melanie Unruh Rodriguez & Jennifer Simpson Season 1 Episode 6
Plume: A Writer's Podcast
Episode 6, Featuring Samantha Tetangco
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Plume: A Writer's Podcast
Episode 6, Featuring Samantha Tetangco
Sep 14, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6
Melanie Unruh Rodriguez & Jennifer Simpson

On this episode of Plume: A Writer's Podcast, Melanie and Jennifer discuss Jesmyn Ward's heartbreaking essay that came out recently in Vanity Fair, which delves deeply into COVID-19 loss and grief, as well as how it connects to racism in the U.S. They also talk about everything from food memoirs to the new trailer for the Rebecca adaptation. Writer Samantha Tetangco sits down with them (on Zoom, anyway) to talk about identity, sexuality, race, and all the ways these subjects intersect with writing. They also reveal some exciting news about team Plume!

CW: racism and COVID-19 deaths

Links

Sam's website

Mass MoCA

Sam's essay in The Sun

Lisa See's The Island of Sea Women

Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca

Padma Lakshmi's A Place at the Table

Padma Lakshmi's show

Show Notes

On this episode of Plume: A Writer's Podcast, Melanie and Jennifer discuss Jesmyn Ward's heartbreaking essay that came out recently in Vanity Fair, which delves deeply into COVID-19 loss and grief, as well as how it connects to racism in the U.S. They also talk about everything from food memoirs to the new trailer for the Rebecca adaptation. Writer Samantha Tetangco sits down with them (on Zoom, anyway) to talk about identity, sexuality, race, and all the ways these subjects intersect with writing. They also reveal some exciting news about team Plume!

CW: racism and COVID-19 deaths

Links

Sam's website

Mass MoCA

Sam's essay in The Sun

Lisa See's The Island of Sea Women

Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca

Padma Lakshmi's A Place at the Table

Padma Lakshmi's show