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Book Review: Samhita Mukhopadhyay, editor, Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in Trump’s America
While the authors and writing in this essay collection are excellent, I could only read this book in small doses due to the subject matter. Honest, inspiring, and necessary reading.
I could not put this book down except for when I absolutely had to so that I could go to work, eat, get some sleep, etc. Fantastic: an imaginative rendering of what horror the world would face if all of the women fell asleep. Truly terrifying.
A wonderful book from two of today’s most important spiritual teachers The Book of Joy is a conversation that seeks to explain how everyone can withstand the trials and tribulations of living in the world to find joy in everyday living. Without being either overtly Christian or Buddhist, the book still draws from these spiritual […]
A story of a Chilean footballer going off on his own for the first time, obsessed with losing his virginity, and lacking the social graces to do so, set in a tense time before the Revolution. Surrealistic with lots of heavy experimental writing with streams of consciousness drifting in one long paragraph among characters and […]
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