HowWeGetFree by KY Taylor

What I’m Reading – 29 Jan 2018

Unlike many of you, I did not watch the Grammys. I love music but haven’t watched music award shows in years. Instead the gf and I finished binge-watching RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 8… I know, I am behind, but trying to catch up. In the meantime, I am recording the latest season of Ru’s all-stars. Read More

Girls Burn Brighter by Shobha Rao

What I’m Reading – 15 January 2018

I want to read ALL THE BOOKS by women. Seriously, it’s becoming a problem. I was able to whittle down my must-read fiction by women in 2018 list to 12 (plus a bonus book by -gasp!- a man) and that was near impossible. Still as I am tooling around on The Twitter I see books Read More

nix

What I’m Reading – 8 Jan 2018

It was hard to get away from news about Oprah’s speech at the Golden Globes last night and her possible interest in running for president, but I managed it! Here’s what I’m reading today: The Rise of the Bro Tortoise by Sam Muka on Scientific American. – I love it when science is put into Read More

ghosts

What I’m Reading – 5 Jan 2018

Just a short update for today, that I meant to post yesterday! I’ve finished The Power by Naomi Alderman. Such a great book! If you like A Handmaid’s Tale, you will like this book. I’m now onto Violence Girl by Alice Bag, Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman, and A Unkindness of Ghosts Read More

thepower

What I’m Reading – 2 Jan 2018

Hey, 2018! I am just finishing up The Power by Naomi Alderman and it is so good. I will count it towards my reading goals for 2018! Next on the list for fiction is An Unkindness of Ghosts by Rivers Solomon. I am super excited about this one. Then I’d like to re-read A Wrinkle Read More

homegoing

What I’m Reading – 29 Dec 2017

Books The Power by Naomi Alderman Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi Devotion by Patti Smith Articles Iran and Saudis’ Latest Power Struggle: Expanding Rights for Women by Anne Barnard and Thomas Erdbrink in The NY Times Reviving Palestinian non-violent resistance by Chloé Demoulin in Equal Times Milo Yiannopoulos’ Editor’s Notes are Absurd, Hilarious (and Depressing) Proof Read More