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A graphic novel about a group of friends in their thirties that’s fun and messy just like the real thing. I gotta say, I do love a queer found family. This book starts us off with a friend meal where we establish the characters and what their current wants are. Each character is unique andContinue reading “Mimosa”
Weasels in the Attic
Three separate yet connected short stories that show the cultural expectations of women.
Moon of the Crusted Snow
It’s the end of the world, but an isolated Anishinaabe tribe doesn’t know it… yet.
If you’ve ever wanted to be a mermaid, or believed your true form was a mermaid, then I think you’ll relate to our main character in this story.
A collection of creepy, feminist short stories from one of my new favorite authors. What more could I want?
A modern day vampire who is just as lost as the rest of us, but is maybe dealing with a challenge that none of us have.
If you want to read a book with a refreshing perspective, then pick this book up.
Weaving together different forms of art with gender exploration, Endpapers sets out to ask us: Who are we?
I’ve been OBSESSED with The Last of Us on HBO, and I heard that The Road by Cormac McCarthy was a great book to read if you like the show. That’s all I needed to hear in order to pick it up.