Jill Soloway’s SHE WANTS IT A Brief Review – This candid look at the entertainment industry through a nonbinary lens falls short of toppling the patriarchy.
Here’s my September 2018 wrap up of books I read and listened to as well as reviews and resource guides I wrote. Also what I am planning for next month!
The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon A Classics Club Review – A unique look at Japanese court culture during the 11th century Heian period.
Here’s the October 2018 New Reads for the Rest of Us! These are some exciting new releases by authors from historically marginalized populations.
Review of Ogenna Ojukwu’s THE TEACHER, THE SEAMSTRESS AND THE PIANIST- This debut details the effect that love and loss in the past can have on the present.
A Review of Kevin Powell’s MY MOTHER. BARACK…I’ve been reading books by womxn but when I got an arc of this book, I had to make an exception.
This month, I read three books, wrote four reviews, and listened to an audiobook. I posted some other articles and watched Sharp Objects. What did you do?
New Reads for the Rest of Us for September 2018 is here! Here are the new releases by authors from underrepresented populations that I’m excited about.
I was very excited to read Virgie Tovar's You Have the Right to Remain Fat, so when it came up on Edelweiss, I was all...
I enjoy classic books. There's something about books that have stood the test of time that intrigues me. But let's face it, historically books by...