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Writing Wild

by Kristine Morris

Kathryn Aalto’s "Writing Wild" celebrates the women writers who bring insight, grace, and power to nature writing, their perspectives urgent and necessary. Human survival is linked to the natural world, and Aalto asserts that... Read More

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No More Nice Girls

by Danielle Ballantyne

Journalist Lauren McKeon interrogates the insidious and invisible power structures that keep women down, and shows how women “disrupt and reimagine” those structures, in "No More Nice Girls", a book all about the paradoxes of... Read More

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999

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

999 Jewish girls who were transported to Auschwitz became the initial victims of the Final Solution, but the girls disappeared from the historical record in the 1990s due to a methodological fillip. Heather Dune Macadam’s "999" rights... Read More

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Honeypot

by Eileen Gonzalez

E. Patrick Johnson’s oral history "Honeypot" takes a unique approach to preserving the lives of black queer women who were raised in the American South. Using a fictional framework to recount real-life oral histories, Johnson presents... Read More

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