I recently shared a poll on Twitter asking how many posts per week people wish bloggers would post.
Honest, analytical, and carefully constructed, Whitney Way Thore’s memoir is a must-read for those fighting in the #nobodyshame movement.
Rarely do fat female role models appear in the United States (um, or elsewhere), so I put a hold on a copy at the library.
“It was a class called ‘Math Methods for Junior Learners,'”said Netta dryly. “If he could squeeze any Communist doctrine into that, he deserved a prize.”
Once upon a time, last semester, I took a course called International Foods. I did this because I liked the idea of eating at school, and also learning in a room that had ovens.
But when she’s made aware of the homeless youth population in Austin, she can’t look away ever again.
Syllabus: Notes from an Accidental Professor written and illustrated by Lynda Barry published in Oct. 2014 by Drawn & Quarterly Lynda Barry is best known as an… Read more “Syllabus”
“Are you non-compliant? Do you fit in your box? Are you too fat too thin too loud too shy too religious too secular too prudish too sexual… Read more “Bitch Planet”
Last week, I reviewed Jenny Lawson’s first memoir, Let’s Pretend This Never Happened (A Mostly True Memoir). Since then, my number of visitors to Grab the Lapels has… Read more “Furiously Happy”
Jenny Lawson’s newest memoir, Furiously Happy, was published this past September. I saw the cover with the crazy raccoon all over the advertisements on Goodreads. So, I looked up Lawson,… Read more “Let’s Pretend This Never Happened”