No library? No problem. I’m quarrying my own bookshelves for the choicest chops.
Language. It’s as slippery and fluid as gender. And some of us need poetry to grasp that. Charles, Jos. feeld. Minneapolis, MN: Milkweed Editions, 2018. Print. Genre: poetry Summary: Jos Charles, trans editor and poet, recipient of the Poetry Foundation’s 2016 Ruth Lily & Dorothy Sargent Rosenburg Fellowship, crafts poetry in Chaucer’s English to simulate… Continue reading Feeld by Jos Charles
The little girl was mean. She enjoyed being mean. She cussed. She picked fights. She bossed adults around. She was everything a girl is not supposed to be. Girls are supposed to be sugar and spice and everything nice, but this child? Zero grams sugar. Absolutely nothing nice. Spice factor? 100% cayenne pepper. I’m talking… Continue reading Bad Girls in the New Age of Wonder Woman