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Sharanya Manivannan Sep 23
You can pre-order on Amazon India now. The link is in my bio. 💜 . . . …
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Gowri Sep 19
"The afternoon settles in the corners like bundles of thick wool" ❤️ --- "Insects Are Just Like You and Me Except Some of Them Have Wings" by Kuzhali Manickavel
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Women Aloud NI 2h
Join Olive tomorrow library for some lunchtime poetry 📘📚📙
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Rochelle 2h
Split Tooth by Inuk punk vocal artist & Giller Prize listed author Tanya Tagaq. This is something else. The , narrated by Tagaq, includes throat singing.
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Jonathan Walton Sep 23
“For a community so set on inviting and talking about good news, the church continues to create contexts where there is little to no good news for survivors of sexual trauma. . Grateful for .
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Elizabeth Lovatt Sep 22
a lovely stack of some recent reads and ones piling up on my — anyone read any of these?
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AGNI 14h
"Walter Benjamin wrote of the difference between originals and translations as that between the skin of a fruit and royal robes draped around it in loose, graceful folds." Susan Bernofsky:
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Women Aloud NI 3h
We can't wait to see 's stickleback! We've heard the poems are all about aviatrixes Sign up to get one, at 🛫👩‍🌾🛬👩‍✈️✈
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Rochelle Sep 21
WHAT I LOVED by Siri Hustvedt, narrated by , just arrived in audio! It’s so good to be able to read this one. Looking forward to Memories of the Future, scheduled for release in March. Love Hustvedt.
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boudiccapress 3h
There's still time to pre-order your copy of , a collection of weird fiction by women. We're very excited about it! Take a look here:
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Julie Zuckerman Sep 16
I love recommending books to friends in real life, so here are some awesome ones I finished recently and would highly recommend to my friends on Twitter. (shout out to ), Ayelet Gundar-Goshen
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CatalystPress 15h
"Women on the fringes of society put up with a lot of adversity, and they keep at it without having to be cognizant of their strength" from our Q&A with , author of WE KISS THEM WITH RAIN. The book is out now
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Dana Sep 22
Another hold came up -Intense reading ahead
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Books Are Magic Sep 21
BE 👏 LIEVE 👏 WO 👏 MEN
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Marianne Villanueva 11h
My Antonia: "I had almost forgotten that I had a grandmother."
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Lara Maynard Sep 18
Mavis Gallant is one of my favourite short story writers.
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Karen Mooney Sep 15
Good luck to all the writers and readers today
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Joanna Christina Sep 23
hi Barnes! I enjoy all the portraits of books by men on the walls of the Houston store! Are you going to have a month for books by women any time soon, or is the wall just for men!? I see Homer and Mahmett, too, both well-chosen boys.
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Tanis MacDonald Sep 22
from "Locative, for Phyllis" by Daphne Marlatt with my bonus review of Marlatt's Intertidal: "writing reaches, stretches intact in turns"
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What Megan Reads Sep 19
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