Book Review | Vanity Fair’s Women on Women

I read A LOT. But I rarely read magazines. Mostly an article here or there if something catches my eye (probably on Twitter). And while I do occasionally read Vanity Fair articles, I don’t think I’ve ever read any of their profiles. Until now. Because I picked up their collection of profiles of great women, […]

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Book Review | The Little Book of Feminist Saints

I spent twelve years in Catholic school, and during that time, I read countless versions of the little book of saints. For those of you unfamiliar with them, they are basically books filled with mini bios of various saints – usually focused on “fun facts” (like that Saint Clare is the patron saint of television). […]

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Book Review | A Room of One’s Own (& Three Guineas)

I have been meaning to read something by Virginia Woolf for ages. Somehow, I managed to earn a master’s degree in English with only having read one or two of her short stories. This year, I decided I needed to finally pick up one of her books. I even bought two of the beautiful Vintage […]

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Book Review | Hidden Figures

This month, I finally finished a book I’ve been wanting to read for a very long time: Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly. I’ve seen the film adaptation (multiple times), but I thought it was time I read the book. And it was one of the most valuable history books I’ve read (and that’s coming from […]

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