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Cover Reveal ~ Passion & Venom : Shanora Williams 

Awhile back I remember Shanora teasing me with a certain picture for her upcoming book. I had no idea it was going to be dark romance until she said “I may or may not be writing one.” PAUSE!! 215 more words

Can Bookslut Return?

In a land of smarmy book reviews and a time of look and listen to me because I have a fancy degree, the destiny of a great webzine rests on the shoulders of a young woman, her name Jessa Crispin. 919 more words


Quote of the Day

“I see the Millions used on book blurbs now. They’re so professional, and I mean that as an insult. I didn’t want to become a professional. 25 more words


When Your Feminist Hero Releases a Memoir

I should be writing final term papers right now. : ) But I’m going to take a break from the Vietnam War to freak out BECAUSE I JUST FOUND OUT THAT… 746 more words



Review of The Kindness of Enemies by Leila Aboulela written by Rebecca Hussey in March 2016.

The word count of the post is 1152 words, which seems pretty decent for a book review of a 320 page book. 661 more words

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Book Review: "The Animal Too Big to Kill," by Shane McCrae

A new era of civil rights protest is here. #BlackLivesMatter announces a new racial consciousness locked on highly public injustices, police violence caught on dash cam videos and decried on Twitter, weeks-long street demonstrations helicoptered over and fed into living rooms via live streams. 183 more words

Book Review: "Justice," by TOMAĹ˝ Ĺ ALAMUN

TomaĹľ Ĺ alamun was one of those rare artists who got to live — at least a little bit — in his own legacy. When he died at the very end of 2014, poets — American poets, especially — were quick to gather in a circle around this legacy, writing words of praise and admiration that were not simply eulogies but reassertions of Ĺ alamun’s crucial role in the experimentalist impulse that has so gripped American poetry in the past two decades. 19 more words