My guest today is the Best Selling Author, Actress, Director, Musician and my partner Abigail Tarttelin. With the reducing of lockdown measures in the UK we discuss what are feelings are now. How the lockdown has affected us and our community, what we have learned and what our hopes for the future are. I love having Abby on as a guest and I always get to hear some opinions and thoughts from her that we don't get to share in our everyday lives. I'm sure you'll get some great insight from this conversation too. You can follow Abby on Instagram @abigailtarttelin_ Her website is at https://www.abigailtarttelin.com/ And you can buy her zine at https://feministrants.bigcartel.com/ You can follow me on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/philipbedwell/ Thanks very much and I'll see you next week. Have a good one!
It's a US Election Special Slouching Towards Masculinity today and my guest is Abigail Tarttelin. Abigail and I discuss the upcoming election, why it's important that the UK pay attention to the result, the similarities and differences between US and UK politics and the value of getting balanced information and having critical thinking about these sources. You can listen to Abigail's podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/election-schmelection/id1488117839 or search for ELECTION SCHMELECTION on Apple, Spotify or Google. You can follow me on Twitter @STMASCULINITY Instagram at @philipbedwell Thanks very much and I'll see you next week. Have a good one!
My guest today is the Best Selling Author, Actress, Director and Musician Abigail Tarttelin. She just so happens to be my partner too! In my first ever face to face and being in the same room podcast we discuss relationships in times of COVID-19, the unpaid labour of women, Marxist Feminism and common reasons why couples fight in relation to Masculinity. It was a great conversation that took some surprising turns and even I learnt some new things about Abby! You can follow Abby on Instagram @abigailtarttelin_ Her website is at https://www.abigailtarttelin.com/ And you can buy her zine at https://feministrants.bigcartel.com/ You can follow me on Twitter @STMASCULINITY Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/philipbedwell/ or go to my performance art website at www.philipbedwell.com Thanks very much and I'll see you next week. Have a good one!
Bonus Highlights Episode with Miranda Sawyer, Carly Smallman, Nat Luurtsema, Kate Leaver and Abigail Tarttelin
The Breakup Monologues with Rosie Wilby
While the Breakup Monologues team await the return of live shows, Rosie presents a few highlights from episodes recorded in 2019 at Kings Place and Port Eliot Festival. Featuring Miranda Sawyer, Carly Smallman, Nat Luurtsema, Kate Leaver and Abigail Tarttelin on sexual health misdiagnosis mishaps, friendship breakups and much more. If you listen to The Breakup Monologues, please go to www.podcastviews.com and fill in the short survey. You could win a £50 Amazon voucher. You can now follow The Breakup Monologues on Instagram @breakupmonologues
Abigail Tarttelin is the guest. Her new novel, Dead Girls, is available from Rare Bird Books. It was the official November pick of The Nervous Breakdown Book Club.This is Abigail's second time on the program. She first appeared in Episode 194 on July 28, 2013.Tarttelin is also the author of Golden Boy, “a grippingly innovative” coming-of-age novel with a “radical non-binary, pro-intersex message” (Autostraddle). Golden Boy is the winner of an Alex Award from the American Library Association, a LAMBDA Literary Award Finalist for Best LGBT Debut, a Booklist Top Ten First Novel of 2013, a School Library Journal Best Book of 2013, and is published in eight languages.Her journalism has appeared in The Guardian, The Independent, Glamour, Phoenix, Oh Comely, and The Huffington Post. Also a screenwriter, in 2016 Abigail served as a juror for the British Independent Film Awards. She is the recipient of awards from The Authors Foundation and The K Blundell Trust in Great Britain. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rosie is joined by writers Nichi Hodgson (The Curious History of Dating) and Abigail Tarttelin (Dead Girls, Golden Boy) to discuss divorce law, Queen Victoria, Love Island and a breakup story involving a near-fatal car crash. Recorded at Kings Place on November 9 2018. The next live recording is at Kings Place on March 15. Get tickets here: https://www.kingsplace.co.uk/whats-on/comedy/the-breakup-monologues-2/
#3 Abigail Tarttelin: on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, toxic magazine culture, and teen fashion
The You Do You Show
This week Anna sat down with Abigail Tarttelin, author of Flick, Golden Boy and, most recently, Dead Girls. Dead Girls is the story of an eleven-year-old girl's quest for vengeance after the murder of her best friend. As you might imagine, much of Anna and Abigail's conversation centres around the idea of the female hero, but that's not all! They also get to work on The Killers, magazine culture, and the timeless (?) excellence of 90s teen fashion. Listen via your favourite podcast provider.
E2. Abigail Tarttelin Talks 90s Girl Power and Modern Day Feminist Issues
Metro Book Chat
Welcome to Metro Book Chat! This week, we caught up with Abigail Tarttelin to talk about her latest feminist crime thriller, Dead Girls. Along with a chat about global issues that women face, and the toxic narratives around missing girls, we have our ten second book review section, for time-poor book lovers who want snappy opinions on recent releases.
Abigail Tarttelin is the guest. Her new novel, Golden Boy, has just been published in the United States by Atria Books.Booklist, in a starred review, calls it“A dramatic, thoroughgoing investigation of the complexities of sexuality and gender.... A warmly human coming-of-age story, thanks to the fact that Max is such an appealing character. And so his desperate search for identity is gripping, emotionally engaging, and genuinely unforgettable.” And Emily St. John Mandel says “Abigail Tarttelin is a fearless writer. In Golden Boy, she balances a harrowing coming of age with a deeply compassionate portrait of a family in crisis, and the result is sometimes brutal, often tender, and always compelling. This is a gripping and fully-realized novel.” Monologue topics: politics, media, money, Washington DC, power, This Town, dystopia, depression. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices