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#FridayReads: Bitch Planet

#FridayReads: Bitch Planet

Title: Bitch Planet Vol. 1: Extraordinary Machine Author: Kelly Sue Deconnick (script), Valentine De Landro (covers/art), Robert Wilson IV (art on issue 3), Cris Peter (colors), and Clayton Cowles (letters) Publisher: Image Comics Publication Date: 2015 Format: Trade paperback Pages: 136 ISBN: 978-1632153661 List Price: $9.99 As a card-carrying, ardent feminist, Bitch Planet is the...

#FridayReads: A Writer’s Guide to Persistence by Jordan Rosenfeld

#FridayReads: A Writer’s Guide to Persistence by Jordan Rosenfeld

Title: A Writer’s Guide to Persistence Author: Jordan Rosenfeld Publisher: Writer’s Digest Books Publication Date: May 13, 2015 Format: Trade paperback Pages: 234 ISBN: 003-5313661976 List Price: $16.99 If you’ve ever felt discouraged by your writing—like you’re not good enough, like there’s no point, like it just doesn’t matter—this book is for you. This is...

#FridayReads: “Eleanor and Park” by Rainbow Rowell

#FridayReads: “Eleanor and Park” by Rainbow Rowell

Rainbow Rowell is coming to Pittsburgh next month (I already have my ticket!) so I’m binge reading all her books. Eleanor and Park is a heartbreakingly depressing story about two misfit kids who find themselves in each other. Eleanor’s family is screwed up—her father is a deadbeat and her stepfather is worse. She doesn’t have...

Clawing out of the overwhelm

Clawing out of the overwhelm

In Overwhelmed: Work, Love, and Play When Nobody Has the Time, Brigid Schulte explores how we use our time and why we feel overwhelmed with insightful, deep reporting. This book has completely changed the way I think about spending my own time, and more importantly, how I experience my time. Schulte deftly deconstructs the American...

#FridayReads: “Darkship Renegades” by Sarah A. Hoyt

#FridayReads: “Darkship Renegades” by Sarah A. Hoyt

I am always on the hunt for space opera about women, written by women. It’s not as common as one would hope. So when I stumbled upon this series by Sarah A. Hoyt in my local Barnes & Noble, I ordered it from the library (because I had already spent all my book money). Darkship...