The Lit Review

The Lit Review

is creating a Literary Podcast for Community Organizers & Activists

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Sparked by a moment of urgency in November of 2016, we recognized that mass political education was key to keeping our movements moving forward and uphill together. We know that political study is not always accessible for a variety of reasons: financial limitations, academic jargon, low literacy rates, time barriers, and more. Our hope is that this will make critical knowledge more accessible to the masses. Every week, we chat with people we love and respect about relevant books to our current political moment. Think spark notes in podcast form!

We're your hosts, Chicago-based organizers Monica Trinidad and Page May. Help us sustain this podcast so that we can get the necessary equipment, technical and audio support, and compensate people for their time. All contributors, regardless of amount, will get exclusive access to Bonus Recordings and automatic entry into our annual end-of-year book raffle.

Thank you for your support. Keep reading, and keep listening!

PS You can find all our past episodes on our website.
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Solidarity
$1 or more per month
- Our endless appreciation! 

- Access to post-recording episode commentary released monthly, only on Patreon.

Supporter
$5 or more per month
- All of the above, plus: 

- An invitation to listen in on live-recordings of select, future episodes at Page or Monica's house! 

Sustainer
$10 or more per month
- All of the above, plus: 

- A 'Lit Review Podcast' bookmark 

- A 'Keep Reading' sticker 

- Your name listed on our "Thank You" page on our website

Champion
$30 or more per month
- ALL of the above, plus: 

- A special, limited edition 'Lit Review Podcast' ceramic campfire coffee mug!


Sparked by a moment of urgency in November of 2016, we recognized that mass political education was key to keeping our movements moving forward and uphill together. We know that political study is not always accessible for a variety of reasons: financial limitations, academic jargon, low literacy rates, time barriers, and more. Our hope is that this will make critical knowledge more accessible to the masses. Every week, we chat with people we love and respect about relevant books to our current political moment. Think spark notes in podcast form!

We're your hosts, Chicago-based organizers Monica Trinidad and Page May. Help us sustain this podcast so that we can get the necessary equipment, technical and audio support, and compensate people for their time. All contributors, regardless of amount, will get exclusive access to Bonus Recordings and automatic entry into our annual end-of-year book raffle.

Thank you for your support. Keep reading, and keep listening!

PS You can find all our past episodes on our website.

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Tiers
Solidarity
$1 or more per month
- Our endless appreciation! 

- Access to post-recording episode commentary released monthly, only on Patreon.

Supporter
$5 or more per month
- All of the above, plus: 

- An invitation to listen in on live-recordings of select, future episodes at Page or Monica's house! 

Sustainer
$10 or more per month
- All of the above, plus: 

- A 'Lit Review Podcast' bookmark 

- A 'Keep Reading' sticker 

- Your name listed on our "Thank You" page on our website

Champion
$30 or more per month
- ALL of the above, plus: 

- A special, limited edition 'Lit Review Podcast' ceramic campfire coffee mug!