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    Books: The Pink Hotel by Liska Jacobs

    If there’s one thing I can say about Los Angeles, it’s that the city is a mess, and quite frankly, I don’t think I’ve...

    Books: Thursdays at Orange Blossom House by Sophie Green

    Thursdays at Orange Blossom House by Sophie Green is a novel about three women, at different stages in their lives, who are brought together...

    Books: Nightcrawling by Leila Mottley

    (Photograph of Leila Mottley by Magdalena Frijo) Deep sadness runs through the pages of Nightcrawling, the much-anticipated debut novel by Leila Mottley. There is little...

    Books: Cecily by Annie Garthwaite

    Cecily, Annie Garthwaite’s fictionalized telling of the life of the Duchess of York, begins with the duchess and her husband, Richard Plantagenet, witnessing the...

    Women and the West: Willa Cather’s Feminist Perspective of the Wild Countryside

    It all started with a conversation over omelets in a booth at the Breakfast House. I was in my senior year of high school,...

    Books: Boy Parts by Eliza Clark

    Boy Parts, the debut novel from British author Eliza Clark, is an unsettling work about gender, sex, and power in the art world set...

    Books: Breaking Dawn? How About Breaking Down. I’m So Glad This is Over.

    You didn’t think I was finished, did you? No, we’ve got one more round in the ring. This one goes out to arguably the...

    Books: My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite

    In my early twenties, I fell out of love with crime thrillers. After reading yet another book in the genre with a female character...

    Coffins

    After you are gone, I forget how to live. I search for you in between the shadows, in the grocery aisle, around every corner. I...

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    December 2021 Tarotscopes

    This month, I decided to use a different deck than I usually do. I went on a retreat in Sedona recently, and James Wanless,...

    Books: I Should Have Honor by Khalida Brohi

    In her 2018 memoir I Should Have Honor, activist and social entrepreneur Khalida Brohi writes about growing up in a culture in which domestic...

    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...