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Green Girl, what are you?

I have fallen in love many times. One of my first loves was Dustfinger, the dark but caring misfit from Cornelia Funke’s Inkheart series. As I grew, I learned to love more complex characters, falling deeply for Alobar, the king-turned-nomad of Tim Robbins’s  419 more words

Book Review

May's book list: Wild women

In the Stevie Nicks song “Wild Heart,” Stevie sings about a love affair gone sour, the aftershocks of heartache and the confusion of colliding with a person as fragile as oneself. 770 more words


Heroines Book Review

We all need heroes in our lives.  They are the ones that we admire. We aspire to follow in their footsteps.

Kate Zambreno’s 2012 book, … 290 more words


Green Girl and the Question of Authorship

I’m about halfway through Kate Zambreno’s novel Green Girl, which I have been meaning to read for a while, but was finally recently able to get on library reserve. 710 more words

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Green Girl and the crisis of Identity

The first book I picked up this year is Green Girl, by Kate Zambreno.  This has never happened to me before, but as I read it, it began to seem very familiar to me.   449 more words


Green is the New Black: Green Girl by Kate Zambreno

Green Girl

By: Kate Zambreno

Re-released: June 24th, 2014 by Harper Perennial

Length: 304 Pages

Genre: Fiction

Rating: Five Stars

Acquired: Purchased

Look at me don’t look at me look at me look at me don’t look at me don’t look. 258 more words

Book Reviews

GREEN GIRL: Subversive and Poetic

Green Girl
by Kate Zambreno

~reviewed by Katie P.

Green Girl is a novel that collapses boundaries. Kate Zambreno, who first published this book in 2011 before it became a cult favorite and was re-published by Harper Perennial this year, addresses her heroine and her audience directly, between long stretches of narration. 470 more words