For me, the first chapter was the most useful. It asked hard questions like exactly why I want to work for myself and what my current responsibilities in life are.
This workbook was so helpful and really gave me much-needed focus in my creative business. Quis somnium ipsos somniators? When a voice comes to him in his dreams, he finds himself in the middle of a complicated web of forgers, dreamers, hunters, and killers. Dionysos is the god of wine, fertility, and religious fervor, among other things, and at the start of the play has inspired a mad cult following, the Bakkhai — which has ensnared almost everyone in the ancient town of Thebes.
Everyone, that is, except for King Pentheus, who is determined to undermine the cult, and in doing so draws Foster has done something here I've never seen in other fiction: they created stories in which I felt wholly seen and represented. Each is a vignette of queer Portland before the condos, before Portlandia , and they all feel like returning to a hometown I dearly miss.
Or, at least for me.
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The origin story of one of my favorite people, which taught me these fundamental lessons: I'm special just the way I am; all my feelings are OK and it's good to express them; and, when tough stuff happens, look for the helpers. This book is welcoming, delightful, and meaningful just like Mr. Rogers himself. Recommended by Christine R. Leading exercise researcher Martin Gibala has conducted many clinical studies that highlight the superiority of short, high intensity workouts over the traditional long duration ones. He explains the latest scientific understanding of the benefits of certain types of exercises — their effects on our physiology and biochemistry.
A good resource for anyone confused or just curious about different types of exercises and their varying levels of Perhaps most well known for her deliciously brutal take-downs of writers such as Bret Easton Ellis and Jill Soloway, Andrea Long Chu is a vicious intelligence that cannot be ignored. She's deeply controversial within trans circles because of her tendency to so fully illuminate her own self-loathing for cis audiences see her unfortunately titled NYTimes article, "My New Vagina Won't Make Me Happy" , many criticizing her for giving the At first glance, this looks like just another fun sci-fi space adventure.
But it is so much more than that. Lesbian gladiators in mech suits are trying to liberate princesses who are being forced into marriage.
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I found myself relating to these characters who felt trapped by a misogynistic society. The writing is fast-paced, the art is beautiful, and I loved watching them take on and mess up the patriarchy. Koh builds a deep, subtle emotional resonance with a surgical delicacy that will resonate long after you finish the last page. Ultimately, it is a moving meditation on shifting identities and the lasting effects of dislocation.
I got the chills reading this book. It is so beautiful. As a person of color, there were times when I was told I was ugly because of the color of my skin. It happened a lot when I was a little girl. This book teaches us to love and accept ourselves. It reminds us that beauty also comes from within. I really wish I had this book as a kid.
I'm so glad it exists today for my children. Written by four food authors and bloggers, this has a broad scope that is sometimes missing from single author Instant Pot books. This may well prove to be the bible of pressure cooker books. I met my husband in a shabby production of Hamlet whose worn set pieces and mixed bag of actors could have been drawn directly from the provincial Irish theaters in Actress. In fact, everything Enright describes in Actress rings true: the alcohol-fueled parties filled with recitals, calculated and impromptu; the financial necessity, even for successful actors, of always working; the soul-crushing conformity of the Our favorite young witches are back for the third installment of the Witch Boy series.
Aster wants to compete for the Midwinter Witch title and crown , while Ariel is being visited in her dreams by an unknown witch. Great art and interesting characters make this graphic novel a true gem. A timely and excellent book by Professor Eric Foner.
His book focuses on the three amendments to the U. Constitution 13th, 14th, and 15th that encompass provisions like birthright citizenship, the ending of slavery, and the right to vote. He points out that these rights that American citizens held sacred in the latter part of the 20th century are the same rights we hold sacred today. He warns that they have been consistently challenged by the Part travel narrative and part investigative journalism, Craig Childs explores and contemplates the two major questions about us humans: who we are and where we came from.
Though not providing definitive answers, Childs writes a great and fun adventure book about Ice Age America. A real fun read. Recommended by Manuel H. How We Fight for Our Lives might be one of the best memoirs that I've ever read, and as someone who reads a lot of memoirs, I don't say that lightly. It's obvious after reading this memoir that Jones is a poet. Each sentence appears carefully selected, poised and brimming with emotion. I would read a few pages at a time, not noticing that I was holding my breath the entire time until I exhaled.
Jones is a rare talent: he is both funny This is a fabulously creepy, dark, and Gothic retelling of "The Twelve Dancing Princesses" wrapped up in curses and gods. Full of death and mystery: Can you really believe what you see? Dance if you dare. I cannot recommend this book enough! Recommended by Mecca A. Drifting Classroom is the manga that horror manga maestro Junji Ito says inspired and captivated him as a little boy, opening the door for him to become the artist he is now. It is my pleasure to announce that this Stage Dreams is a fun and satisfying all-ages graphic novel set in the old West, featuring LGBTQ characters, a lot of humor and love, and a bit of adventure.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would love to read more from the creator, Melanie Gillman. Absolutely riveting! Reads like fiction, up until you get to yet another name that you have already heard of.
Complete insanity to think about the lengths some will go to be able to fulfill their horrifying predilections without fear of consequence. Having said that, there are some touches of humanity within that keep it from feeling completely overwhelming.
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I had a hard time putting it down — it's just THAT good. Recommended by Beth C. I picked up Skaja's debut collection for its gorgeous cover; I stayed for the thorny self-awareness and the nearly mythological treatment of the end of a relationship. The lines in this book are crunchy, splintered, and A novel that begins as a romp quickly turns into a wrenching drama.
Set in Hungary during the Second World War, a young woman banished to a strict boarding school soon learns that nothing there is as it seems. If she is to keep her loved ones and even her country safe, she must learn to be selfless and brave. Recommended by Eva F. Instead of focusing outward at the society that harms us, Kai Cheng Thom excavates the ways trans and queer folks reenact our traumas on each other and confronts the troublesome questions needed to forge a better path.
How do we learn from the past when our foremothers have disappeared? What do we do when the revolution hasn't happened yet but babies do? How do we liberate our liberation from the cold heart of neoliberalism? What does it mean to Chris Ware has a way of depicting the somber lives most of us live with an aching beauty.
Like Building Stories , Rusty Brown is a realistic slice of life, with characters and stories that look like our everyday, day in and day out. Ever the master of the subtle expression, Ware's story is an illuminated map of human emotion, and how he manages to do that with cartoons is anyone's guess, but do it, he does. Asiya chooses a beautiful ocean blue hijab to wear for the first day at school and her sister, Faizah, is so excited for her!
Ibtihaj Muhammad, the first Muslim American woman to earn a medal in the Olympic Games, brings this wonderful story to life.
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