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Wonder Women: the 10 most bad ass female writers

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On today's episode, Adam and Jill unveil their top 10 most bad ass female writers working today. Inspired by Wonder Woman, they decide to share this list of incredible ladies in the hopes that you'll discover some authors you may not have known about or never considered reading. You can click each name below to see that author's OverDrive page and borrow all their books. Once you've listened to the episode, be sure to send us some tweets or emails to let us know who would be on your list!

  1. Leigh Bardugo
  1. Marie Benedict
  1. Victoria Aveyard
  1. Janet Mock
  1. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  1. Lindy West
  1. Marieke Nijkamp
  1. Roxane Gay
  1. Zadie Smith
  1. Margaret Atwood

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