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    Massey Armistead works in Nashville as a self-love and spiritual coach. In addition to coaching she is a writer, tarot reader, and reiki practitioner. She is currently getting her MFA in creative writing at The University of Memphis. Her work has been published in Words Dance Publishing, Other Worldly Women Press, and Waxing and Waning Literary Journal.

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    Books: The Waiting Is the Hardest Part: Agency in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice

    Some years ago, I read an essay that criticizes the women in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice for sitting around waiting for things to...

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    In this age of virtual independence (and dependence), one can travel the world with the click of a button. Over the past year and...

    Body Positivity, Twitter, and Valerie Bertinelli

    It all started with a health and diet segment on The Today Show, a show I rarely watch, but maybe because I was missing...
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    Body Positivity, Twitter, and Valerie Bertinelli

    It all started with a health and diet segment on The Today Show, a show I rarely watch, but maybe because I was missing...

    Latest Posts

    Books: The Waiting Is the Hardest Part: Agency in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice

    Some years ago, I read an essay that criticizes the women in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice for sitting around waiting for things to...

    Books: Come Fly the World: The Jet-Age Story of the Women of Pan Am by Julia Cooke

    In this age of virtual independence (and dependence), one can travel the world with the click of a button. Over the past year and...

    Body Positivity, Twitter, and Valerie Bertinelli

    It all started with a health and diet segment on The Today Show, a show I rarely watch, but maybe because I was missing...

    Books: Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston

    Here I go again. Writing about a woman author who became nameless through no fault of her own. It’s kind of my thing, and...

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