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Week of Women: March 1-7, 2019

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Now that we’re almost solidly situated in March, we’re going to need a lotof entertainment to get us through the next few weeks of kinda-winter, not-yet-spring. Luckily, there are so many amazing movies, TV returns (Good Girls, anyone?), albums, and books out this week! Here are just a few of our favorites.

MOVIES/TV

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Good Girls

The dream trio of Retta, Christina Hendricks, and Mae Whitman are back for a second season! In Good Girls, three suburban mothers pull off a heist—but that was just the beginning. Catch the season premiere Sunday, March 3 on NBC.

 

Saint Judy

This biopic starring Michelle Monaghan highlights the incredible career of immigration attorney Judy Wood, whose fight changed asylum law in America. Out in limited theaters Friday, March 1.

 

MUSIC

Good Fruit by TEEN

TEEN’s fourth studio album, out Friday, March 1, is perfect for fans of Kate Bush, Julia Holter, and BRAIDS. Check out our review here.

Good at Falling by The Japanese House

Indie pop Amber Bain – also known as The Japanese House – has been releasing a steady stream of singles and EPs for years, and her debut album is finally out Friday, March 1. 

 

BOOKS 

Free Download:  Great Dames!

Get inspired by some of our favorite interviews, featuring Dolly Parton, Solange, Tina Fey, Jessica Williams, Kathleen Hanna, Laverne Cox, the Broad City gals, and more! Plus, keep up with the latest from BUST.

Sissy: A Coming-of-Gender Story by Jacob Tobia

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Gender non-conforming activist Jacob Tobia’s memoir is all about questioning the gender binary, and living in a world that often pushes them to be defined as “male” or “female.” Out March 5, and review to come on BUST.com.

Gingerbread by Helen Oyeyemi 

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In Helen Oyeyemi’s masterful sixth novel, the writer ties fairy tale elements and magical realism into this story about a mother and a daughter. The book is out March 5, and review to come on BUST.com.

Era of Ignition: Coming of Age in a Time of Rage and Revolution by Amber Tamblyn

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Activist, actor, and BUST contributer Amber Tamblyn’s memoir is deeply personal, fierce, and feminist. Out March 5.

Top photo via NBC / Good Girls

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Lydia Wang is a writer, a Pisces, and one of BUST's digital editors. Find her on Twitter or say hi: lydiaw@bust.com.

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