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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

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Book Review: The Girl With Nine Wigs

The Girl With Nine Wigs: Overview Disclaimer: I received an Advanced Reader’s Copy from Goodreads Giveaways. Writing a review was optional, but encouraged. Sophie van der Stap‘s memoir The Girl with Nine Wigs chronicles the concerns of a typical 21-year-old college student: the stress and excitement at the start of a new semester, relationships with family and… Continue reading Book Review: The Girl With Nine Wigs