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Book Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Overview: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child ***This review contains light spoilers, proceed at your own risk*** In 2007, Potterheads thought “All was well.” were the last words in the story of their beloved boy wizard. The announcement of the play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was the 8th Potter story cause widespread rejoicing. The story… Continue reading Book Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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Book Review: Trigger Warning

Overview: Trigger Warning Neil Gaiman is a master of modern fairy tales, folk tales, and mythology. All of his signature storytelling conventions are on display in Trigger Warning. Short stories, poems, and love letters showcase the usual Gaiman stand-bys: magical realism, sci-fi, and fantasy. This collection has more than a few points of interest for people… Continue reading Book Review: Trigger Warning

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Book Review: Blackout

Overview: Blackout Sarah Hepola, writer and editor, established herself as the party-girl friend in college. Stories of Hepola’s crazy antics filled every post-party recap. Hepola rarely had any memory of what she had done. She binge-drank and experienced frequent en bloc blackouts, where the drinker loses hours of memories. In college, Hepola’s drinking problem made her the… Continue reading Book Review: Blackout

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Book Review: The Feminist Utopia Project

The Feminist Utopia Project Overview The Feminist Utopia Project, edited by Alexandra Brodsky and Rachel Kauder Nalebuff, begins with a short but powerful declaration: “We want more.” In the fifty-seven pieces that follow, feminists present their views on the components of a feminist utopia. These views are expressed through art, poetry, photos, interviews, short fictional… Continue reading Book Review: The Feminist Utopia Project