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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
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.