How often do you read a collection of essays? For me, not very often. Well, except for the usual school assignments, which are bound to contain an essay or two. Over the past two weeks or so, I have been reading Bad Feminist and it is great! Bad Feminist was written by Roxane Gay and is a collection … More Book Review: “Bad Feminist: Essays,” by Roxane Gay
Reading with a warm cup of coffee, a good book, and a delicious breakfast is my favorite way to wake up. In fact, that’s exactly what I did this morning:
Virginie Despentes is probably most widely known for her controversial novel (and film) Baise-Moi (translation: Rape Me), a revenge story. She also wrote the novel King Kong Theory. Now, for her third book: Apocalypse Baby. Published by the Feminist Press at CUNY, this novel first came out on April 14th of this year. As a fictional mystery novel, … More Book Review: Apocalypse Baby by Virginie Despententes
Hey, everyone! If you know anything about students, then you know that around this time is when we all begin counting down the days until summer. Fortunately for college students, summer break (or graduation–congrats class of 2015!) is coming sooner rather than later. Around this time, I also start making my summer reading list. It … More 2015 Summer Reading List
I woke up to the low rumbles of thunder in the distance mixed with the relaxing pitter-patter of rain hitting my window. My thoughts came slow to me at first, but one of the biggest ones was: “I wish they cancelled classes for rain days, too.” All I want to do today is lie in … More Friday Morning Thoughts
Let me just start of by saying that I got through about half of an episode of Girls before I quickly decided I didn’t like it and was never going to watch it again. Through this decision, I also decided that I was not a fan of Lena Dunham. Now, even through this terrible thought process … More Lena Dunham’s "Not That Kind of Girl"