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Book Review: BABY TEETH by Zoje Stage

The Review: This novel is the heartwarming story of a mother-daughter bond unlike any other... Just kidding. I originally requested this book because of the blurb in the PW announcement which compared it to THE BAD SEED: While I'm a bit of wimp when it comes to horror and thriller as a genre, "bad children"… Continue reading Book Review: BABY TEETH by Zoje Stage

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Review: So You Want to Talk about Race by Ijeoma Oluo

The Review: Part memoir and part handbook, Ijeoma Oluo's new book is not just about talking: it's about action. Oluo addresses two distinct audiences: people of color and white people who hope to engage in dialogue about race. She makes it clear early on that her book is not some magic cure for white supremacy,… Continue reading Review: So You Want to Talk about Race by Ijeoma Oluo

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Book Review: How to Survive a Summer

The Review   Five boys went in, but only four came out. Ten years ago, Will Dillard's preacher father put him in a "homosexual rehabilitation" camp which ended tragically. Now, Will is distanced from his family, but firm in his identity. Life seems to be falling into place as a film student when suddenly a… Continue reading Book Review: How to Survive a Summer

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Review: The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen

The Review: Hope Nicholson's primer into the history of female characters in comics is excellent. Need more information than that? I'm more than happy to provide. Starting in the 1930s and progressing to today, Nicholson selects a few characters to focus on at each point in time.  Nicholson highlights better known heroines, like Wonder Woman… Continue reading Review: The Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen