Ebook Review: WHAT KIND OF TROUBLE?

It scares me when people say I’m sweet because I’m not. I’m bitter enough to burst, half-sick with rage on my good days. I wish someone hated him the way I did, so that I could stop, so that I could get rid of this fury that rots & blooms inside of me. This is […]

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Book Review: Daddy, a Memoir

Today I want to talk about Madison Young’s ‘Daddy: a Memoir’. In the interest of full disclosure, I should start this post by mentioning I am one of two literary interns on Team Madison, promoting Young’s memoir ‘Daddy’ and helping with future publishing projects. I cannot be impartial as a reviewer, and I won’t try […]

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Book Review: Give It To Me

One of my most memorable tasks as an intern with the Feminist Press last summer was writing up the advance information sheets for Anna Castillo’s novel Give It To Me, then a manuscript in the early stages of copy-editing. The AI sheets would be used to pitch the book to sales representatives and bookstores. It […]

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Book Review: Dark Secret Love and The Delicious Torment

As some of you may know, I am writing my undergraduate thesis about feminist erotica. This requires two main steps: thinking about what makes erotica feminist by devouring anthologies and classic work deemed landmark women’s fiction like Delta of Venus and Fear of Flying, and then writing my own fiction by applying that analysis. Political […]

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