Episode 4 - Feminism and Pop Culture with Sareeta Domingo
The Women Shaping the World Podcast
Why is Pop Culture important? And more, why is it important when talking about feminism? Because of its very nature, pop culture, understood as the mass production and distribution of mass cultural products is necessarily reflective of who we are and what we want. With feminism becoming "mainstream" pop culture has followed the trend and integrated feminist principles. It also influenced it. Nevertheless, typically feminine cultural products (sitcoms, "romcoms" and "chick lit, or romance novels) are still despised and reduced to a "girl culture" (understand: low culture). This complicate relationship between pop culture and feminism, and between so-called "feminine culture" and feminism is to be questionned. Is Pop Culture good for feminism? Can it be a vehicle for its expansion? Why have we failed to understand and rectify the inherent sexism of criticising entire genres and products for being girly? Why do we criticise and dispise girls for liking what they like, and yet still exploit their massive buying potential? In August, as we relax by a pool or a beach and indulge in reading feminine magazines and "chick lit" novels, we discuss this with Author Sareeta Domingo.
72: Who's Loving You: Love Stories by Women of Colour, with Sareeta Domingo
The Brit Lit Podcast
Our guest today is Sareeta Domingo, who’s the author of both adult and young adult fiction, and most recently the editor of the collection called Who's Loving You: Love Stories by Women of Colour. She talks about romantic reads she loves, the process of putting together an anthology, why books by British authors of colour are important, and more. * Books Mentioned on the Podcast: Buy all the books from Bookshop UK here Buy all the books available in the US from Bookshop US here In the US and now the UK, buy your hardbacks and paperbacks from Bookshop.org to support the podcast, as well as independent bookshops! In other countries, you can support the podcast by using this link to buy from Blackwells.com, which ships internationally at inexpensive rates. Get your first two audiobooks for just $14.99 with the code BRITLIT on Libro.fm. Buy Claire’s novel, Unscripted. Questions? Comments? Need a book recommendation? Email Claire at email@example.com ** The Brit Lit Podcast Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / Website Claire Twitter / Facebook / Blog / Novel Sareeta Domingo Twitter/ Instagram
Mixed Up Book Club with Sareeta Domingo on the importance of celebrating people of colour in love and being loved
The one where we ask, who's loving you? Emma and Nicole speak to author and editor Sareeta Domingo about her collection of short stories, Who’s Loving You: Love Stories by Women of Colour. We discuss celebrating Black women being in love and the undeniable joy of a romantic story. Our website: https://www.mixedup.co.uk/ Our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mixeduppodcast Our Instagram: https://instagram.com/mixedup.podcast Sareeta's Twitter: https://twitter.com/SareetaDomingo Who's Loving You: Love Stories by Women of Color: http://hyperurl.co/WhosLovingYouHB Culture Mix: Joy Koy, Mixed Plate: Chronicles of an All-American Combo: https://jokoy.com/mixedplate/ Bill of Rights for People of Mixed Heritage: https://www.apa.org/pubs/videos/4310742-rights.pdf
The Magic Book Club Podcast with Sareeta Domingo and Harlan Coben
The Book Club
On this week’s episode Tom Price catches up with self-proclaimed hopeful romantic and mind behind the beautiful anthology of love stories Who’s Loving You: Love Stories by Women of Colour Sareeta Domingo. Together they talk about why love wins, and take a walk down memory lane to explore just how someone gets commissioned to write stories for Agent Provocateur! And joining Tom all the way from America, author of The Stranger Harlan Coben drops in to talk all about his brand new novel Win and just what it takes to get your favourite mystery novel from paper to screen. Head to magic.co.uk to see the rest of our March picks.
Writing about love and feeling seen with Sareeta Domingo
Close-Up with Aurelia Magazine
We're back with another episode! This week, we're joined by the incredible Sareeta Domingo, editor of and contributor to new release Who's Loving You: Love Stories by Women of Colour. We discuss the importance of Black people and PoC being given space to write about topics beyond trauma, Sareeta's previous writing work, her hopes for Who's Loving You, our heroes, our favourite teachers, and the craziest things we've done for love.
In our new mini-episodes! In 20 minutes we interviewed author Sareeta Domingo on her book Who's Loving You which is out now. Follow us:Instagram @2queensinapod Twitter @2queensinapod_Personal Instagram:@imanleila & @itsleahmai
Sareeta Domingo & Kelechi Okafor: “D***head in recovery”
Thank You Next
Two women who do IT ALL Sareeta Domingo and Kelechi Okafor say thank you next to horoscopes, formal email signs offs and why friendship break-ups are a big deal. Raj & Hardeep discuss FKA Twigs sharing her story, their love of Man Utd and the lack of representation for brown girls on tv. We’ll be back in 2 weeks xoxoLet us know what you’re saying Thank You Next to! Email firstname.lastname@example.org and follow @thankyounextpod @_rajpander @hardzillaa See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Who's Loving You by Sareeta Domingo, read by Various Artists
Click here to buy: https://adbl.co/3dQAVF8'A beautiful collection that I both lost and found myself in. Unbelievably exciting stories from some show-stoppingly talented writers.' Candice Carty-Williams, author of Queenie.Lost love. Forbidden Love. Unrequited love. Tenderness. Desire. Romance. Passion. Who's Loving You? is a celebration of love in all its guises written by women of colour, with ten original short stories from bold new voices, literary prize-winners and national treasures.Two souls come together and are torn apart, lifetime after lifetime. A seed of hope begins to grow out of the ashes of grief, heartbreak and loss. Romance sparks in the most unexpected of places. And an unbreakable bond is formed that transcends countries, continents and even the boundaries of time...In this extraordinary collection, ten writers explore the full spectrum of love in all its messy, joyful, agonising and exhilarating forms. Celebrating and centring the romance, passion and desire of women of colour, these stories burn with an intensity and longing that lingers long after the final page.WHO'S LOVING US? LET US SHOW YOU...* Rowan Hisayo Buchanan * Sara Collins * Danielle DASH * Sareeta Domingo * Sara Jafari * Dorothy Koomson * KUCHENGA * Kelechi Okafor * Amna Saleem * Varaidzo *Read by Sareeta Domingo, Kelechi Okafor, Varaidzo, Elliot Barnes-Worrell, Maria Gbeleyi, Jennifer Saayeng, Hiftu Quasem, Sara Jafari, Rowan Hisayo Buchanan and Danielle DASH
Sophfronia Scott re-imagination of Dangerous Liaisons set in the Harlem Renaissance is sexy, surprising and so entertaining that we're willing to forgive the baseball references. Author of IF I DON'T HAVE YOU Sareeta Domingo talks us through her love for a book that, despite only coming out in 2017, has already earned a cult classic status. Be prepared for moustache-twirling, hand-rubbing, god-fearing, and hot hot jazz.Unforgivable Love is a retelling of Dangerous Liaisons set in post-war Harlem among an elite set of the wealthy African American upper classes. Among them we have Mae Marveaux, a beautiful conniving young widow whose desperate need to be loved is offset by her need to destroy other people’s lives. She is obsessed with her similarly conniving friend, Val Jackson, and the two of them decide to prey on Elizabeth Townsend, a devout married Christian, and Cecily, an innocent young virgin who has been brought from North Carolina for an arranged marriage to one of Mae’s former lovers. Over a single summer, Cecily is deflowered, Elizabeth falls for Val, and almost everyone is either pregnant or dead.Find Sareeta Domingo here: https://twitter.com/SareetaDomingo and anywhere you buy books! Find Caroline O'Donoghue here: https://twitter.com/Czaroline and in those same places that you buy books! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Sareeta Domingo, author of 'If I Don't Have You' - Romantic fiction writer talks tricks of the genre, juggling full-time work with part-time passion, and getting ideas from dreams.
Sareeta Domingo has an incredibly busy working. She works as an editor for Mills and Boon, helping other writers construct and improve their work. In order to do that and tell her own stories, she wakes up early and goes to bed late, sandwiching writing-time around work and family life.She has published 5 books, a story-story collection, a series of erotic short stories, and her novel, 'If I Don't Have You', is now an audio-book from Audible.Through 3 acts it tells the story of Ren and Kayla who are thrown together in the strange world of showbiz.We talk about how she stops herself procrastinating, why sexy music helps her write, and how she balances full-time work and her passion for writing.To get a copy of 'If I Don't Have You' as a book, click here - https://amzn.to/3q4LmIYTo get a copy of 'If I Don't Have You' as an audiobook, click here - https://amzn.to/2KHttjoThis show is sponsored by the brilliant new book from Caroline Lawrence, 'How to Write a Great Story'. To get a copy, click here - https://amzn.to/2VaUbTfPlease do support us on patreon.com/writersroutine, and you can leave us a review on Apple Podcasts.@writerspodwritersroutine.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.