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"That is part of the beauty of literature. You discover that your longings are universal longings, that you’re not lonely and isolated from anyone. You belong." -F Scott Fitzgerald

andy follows:
  • I'd Rather be Reading, A Bogel
  • Deathless Divide, J Ireland
  • 19 Love Songs, D Levithan
  • Kingdom of Ash, SJ Maas
feb 1 2019 ∞
apr 5 2020 +
  • Only Mostly Devastated, S Gonzales
  • The Honey Don't List, C Lauren
  • Pagans, _JJ O'Donnell
  • A Murderous Relation, D Raybourn
  • Inconspicuous Consumption, T Schlossberg
  • Pale Rider, L Spinney
  • War, L Thalassa
  • Uncanny Valley, A Wiener
oct 1 2019 ∞
apr 4 2020 +
  • Women Invent the Future
  • This is Not a Drill, Extinction Rebellion
  • Sappho, Trans. M Barnard
  • Hope is the Thing with Feathers, E Dickinson
  • This, M Gungor
  • Tell Me Another Story, E Marucci
  • Ariel, S Plath
  • The Poetry Pharmacy Returns, W Sieghart
  • Disobedience, J Washington
feb 1 2019 ∞
mar 28 2020 +
  • Dangerous Alliance, J Cohen
  • House of Trelawney, H Rothschild
  • Recollections of My Nonexistence, R Solnit
  • Hafiz of Shiraz
jul 24 2019 ∞
apr 5 2020 +

January

  • Ninth House L Bardugo
  • Misogynation, L Bates
  • To Be Taught, If Fortunate, B Chambers
  • The Conscious Closet, EL Cline
  • Burn it Down, ed. L Dancyger
  • Born of Persuasion, J Dotta
  • Mark of Distinction, J Dotta
  • Price of Privilege, J Dotta
  • Finding Fraser, K Dyer
  • How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse, K Eason
  • Eating Animals, JS Foer
  • We are the Weather, JS Foer
  • A Universe of One's Own, A Hayes
  • Get a Life, Chloe Brown, T Hibbert
  • Things in Jars, J Kidd
  • Wilder Girls, R Power
  • For Small Creatures Such as We, S Sagan
  • The Vine Witch, LG Smith
  • Whose Story Is This?, R Solnit
jan 2 2020 ∞
apr 3 2020 +

"if being a 'victim' is what it takes to find accommodation, understanding, compassion, financial aid, and employment considerations, sure- I'll play the victim." Lisa Marie Basile

"Time softens ethical bianaries and fosters a greater appreciation of what might be called the messiness of life." Jonathan Safran Foer

"Knowing is the difference between a grave error and an unforgivable crime." Jonathan Safran Foer

"Please just give me a room of my own... Virginia Woolf thought. Fair enough, I think... But the truth is, what women... need is a universe of one's own - not just a room." Antonia Hayes

"It's not enough to just point out the problems; change doesn't happen through observation. It requires action" Antonia Hayes

"I want to live in a universe where a female readership isn't considered a lesser readership. Where book clubs are seen as modern-day Greek symposiums, the forums of serious discussion about the issues of ..._Antonia Hayes_

jan 2 2020 ∞
mar 23 2020 +