Episode 7: Coming of age and representation in Young Adult and Fan-Fic

"You are never too old to read young adult books."

In this episode of The Critical Stans which is a slightly longer episode but totally worth it, hosts Shaazia Ebrahim and Fatima Moosa chat about one of their favourite things: young adult books and fan fiction. They explain why young adult books has helped with find a sense of belonging while fan fiction has allowed them to keep in touch with their favourite books even after the series has ended.

Check out their pieces on young adult books here: https://www.thedailyvox.co.za/why-were-reading-ya-well-into-our-adult-years/ and https://www.thedailyvox.co.za/8-summer-books-to-chase-away-the-winter-blues/ and here https://www.thedailyvox.co.za/the-9-most-badass-women-in-ya-fatima-moosa-shaazia-ebrahim/

If you'd like to find out about the books mentioned in the podcast: tweet our hosts @shaaziaebrahim and @fatimamoosa17

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