Hurston was wired by Lippincott stating they wanted to publisher her book. She explains her reaction: “I never expect to have a greater thrill than that wire gave me. You know the feeling when you found your first pubic hair? Greater than that.”
“it would appear that The Alpine Path was written for devoted fans who wanted to see inside Montgomery’s life — and not find darkness.”
A deeply intimate and creative endeavor, The Bitter Life of Božena Němcová: A Biographical Collage could work beautifully in a classroom or on your bedside nightstand.
To whom would this book appeal other than Ehrenreich herself?
He’s into craft beer and soccer (totally unAmerican) and crosses his legs in such a way that suggests he’s effeminate. What did Sam see in him?
Here’s some things I’ve learned about keeping books. #1 is they’re filthy.
Jackpot by Tsipi Keller published by Spuyten Duyvil press, 2004 Tsipi Keller wrote an intense trio of books that all “psychological portraits” of women. In her “Meet the… Read more “Jackpot”
The absolute best part of this novel are the diverse voices. Oh, God, Jaimy Gordon is so good at it.
Step Aside, Pops by Kate Beaton is a collection of Hark! A Vagrant webcomics. The collection was published in 2015 by Drawn & Quarterly, though the webcomic started in… Read more “Step Aside, Pops”
Women in Clothes (2014, Blue Rider Press) is an anthology unlike any kind before it. At 515 pages, you may wonder what so many women have to say… Read more “Women in Clothes”