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A MONTH IN REVIEW: Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Words by Lucy Grubb With her debut novel, Where The Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens makes originality look effortless.  The book has come at a time when truth is an all-too undervalued currency in our society. Its worth has become rather lost somewhere over the years as people become more interested in the things they can…

A month in review: Zami by Audre Lorde

Words by Alex Newell Audre Lorde is self-described as a “black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet,” and her writing powerfully reflects the intersections of her own identity. Zami: A New Spelling of My Name chronicles Lorde’s evolution from child to adult, heteronormative to queer, and from new partners to familiar heartbreak. Lorde masterfully invites you into…

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A month in review: Trick Mirror by Jia Tolentino

The self-explorative nature of essay writing can often feel cathartic and freeing, allowing for a rambling chat with your thoughts that would in any other form — having read the thing aloud, for instance — by the end leave a room full of your dearest and most encouraging friends talking distractedly among themselves. This collection…