It has arrived! Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution in Trump’s America is available now, and I’m in it! The anthology is filled with incredibly talented contributors — seriously, I still start fangirling at the sight of my name on the same page as Rebecca Solnit’s — so I do hope you’ll check it out!
flip flopping joy: those lovey dovey books… the twilight series has given Teh Feminists a massive collective heart attack for years. and rightfully so. babybfp said she wanted to read the series, so i sat down and read it first to make sure it was ok–and was appalled. how *familiar* so much of it sounds–no,Continue reading “Literary Link Love”
Some book-related stuff I’ve read recently: Evil Slutopia: Women’s History Month – YA Writers Echidne of the Snakes: The Mother Problem in Young Adult Lit io9: 5 Ways The Google Book Settlement Will Change The Future of Reading Salon: Erotica for the blind Feminist Teacher: Exposing the “Master Narrative”: Teaching Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye
David Foster Wallace’s 1,079 page novel, Infinite Jest, has just been released as an app for iThings with “enriched-endnote capabilities.” The endnotes will pop up, so people will no longer need to toggle back and forth to the end of the book. I say: IJ endnotes must be experienced in all their obnoxious, hair-pulling, two-bookmark-requiringContinue reading “Booooooooo!!!”
Uhh…I didn’t even know they did trailers for books these days, but apparently they do. Here’s the book trailer for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls, which was just released on March 23, 2010: