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Thoughts and Feelings in Hannah McGregor’s Brilliant Book of Feminist Essays A SENTIMENTAL EDUCATION

Among many other things, this book is a master class in the seamless integration of diverse tones, going from formal citations of Sara Ahmed to sentences like “Frankly, podcasting made me into a real hard-line bitch about open access”. Continue reading

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“Something wrestling with how we live, something dangerous, something honest”: A Review of Bread Out of Stone by Dionne Brand

I’ve read a lot of books by Dionne Brand, poetry and fiction, but Bread Out of Stone is the first non-fiction I’ve read by this Black lesbian literary powerhouse.  While it’s not my favourite work by her—I prefer her poetry—I’m … Continue reading

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