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
By: Kate Zambreno
Re-released: June 24th, 2014 by Harper Perennial
Length: 304 Pages
Rating: Five Stars
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
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
In the new book Icon, edited by Amy Scholder, fearless feminist writers and Rick Moody talk about some of our most notorious, beguiling, and trailblazing feminist figures. 886 more words
I’d been trying to get myself in the mood for this ever since a friend gave it to me for my last birthday. We both refer to ourselves as feminists, but whenever we speak about feminist issues I always feel a little guilty for being too mainstream, too unimaginative, and still unintentionally bogged down in the expectations of my society. 981 more words