Floating, Brilliant, Gone by Franny Choi

Review:  It took a minute to get where Choi was coming from at first, but once I got it, I was floored. The back cover description puts it best: Choi's poems read like lucid dreams that jolt awake at the most unexpected moments. I tried to think of something that I could say that better... Continue Reading →

TTT: Top Ten Things I Want To Read More About

Broke and Bookish normally hosts Top Ten Tuesday, but they are on a brief hiatus. As with last week, I'm taking the opportunity to create my own list. In anticipation of International Women's Day on the 8th, I chose to talk about the top ten issues that I'd like to read more about. Black feminism... Continue Reading →

FF- Books about women’s issues

In the current climate of increased activism and political stress by so many, there are a few important things to remember. It can be changed I know that it can be changed because it has changed before It doesn't take long to normalize the changes that I have benefited from Things I have benefited from... Continue Reading →

The Happenings – June

June has been a busy month and a good one. I do love being busy, not so much that I don't feel like I have time for myself, but enough that the days pass and boredom never quite sets in. Of course, for me, busy can include long periods of down time if I have... Continue Reading →

Quote of the Week – from Outrageuous Acts and Everyday Rebellions by Gloria Steinem

It is truly amazing how long we can go on accepting myths that oppose our own lives, assuming instead that we are the odd exceptions. Once the light began to dawn, I couldn’t understand why I hadn’t figured out any of this before.  

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