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From the Vault: Celebrate Gal-entine’s Day with Books About Strong Female Characters and Friendships

Every year, around the beginning of February, our social feeds are filled with articles about couples–about giving the greatest gift and planning the perfect date and so on and so forth. It brings to mind fluttering eyelashes and swooning and swinging dresses … Continue reading

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There’s no place like home: Place in Wanderlust and Back+Forth

In the fourth instalment of our feminist review series, we’re taking a look at Megan Speers’ Wanderlust and Marta Chudolinska’s Back+Forth. These are perhaps more akin to Shelley Peterson’s books than to the ones in my last posting as the … Continue reading

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