“The act of writing is not that much different for me than painting.”
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”