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Gender Roles and Binaries in Julianna Baggott’s Pure (Deanne B. and Laura M.)

Julianna Baggott’s novel Pure, challenges normative understandings of the gender binary by creating an America where desolation has forced the remainder of civilization to fight for survival, while simultaneously reinforcing it through the privileged lives of the Pure. 1,134 more words

Books Read in July + August.

“Gonzo Girl” a novel by Cheryl Della Pietra

Everybody is laughing except for me.

Walter Reade is the infamous writer (based on Hunter S. Thompson) looking for yet another assistant to “help” him finish his next project. 1,033 more words

The Art Of Writing

Harriet Wolfs Seventh Book of Wonders

Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders

by Julianna Baggott

March 2016

Back in March, I read Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book of Wonders for my book club. 346 more words

Book Review

March's Book Club Review

Hello fellow book lovers!

If any of you are following the book club via my blogon Goodreads, or are just passing by looking for some reading inspiration, for our March book of the month we read… 463 more words


The Miss America Family

Pixie Kitchy was once Miss New Jersey. Now she’s married to a dentist, an ex-quarterback in turtled golf pants. Her ten-year-old daughter, Mitzie, wears Bo-peep pincurls and twirls baton. 303 more words


Harriet Wolf's Seventh Book Of Wonders

The book for March has been chosen, and it is Harriet Wolf’s Seventh Book Of Wonders: A Novel by Julianna Baggott.

Baggott, who also writes under the pen names N.E. 257 more words