Posts tagged Contemporary Lit
A Room of Want’s Own: Brief Comments on Female Desire in Three Summer Reads (and One Excellent British Tragicomedy)

Writer Rachel Tay explores the topic of female desire in three of the summer’s most popular and poignant reads – Mona Awad’s Bunny, Lara William’s Supper Club, and Lisa Taddeo’s Three Women – before turning to Phoebe Waller-Bridge and the phenomenon that was and is Fleabag.

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Our Summer Reads, Vol. 1 – Olivia Gündüz-Willemin

In the first of a series, EIC Olivia Gündüz-Willemin shares her summer reading list for 2019 and kicks off a favorite season for books.

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Overcoming Asymmetry

“There is no answer, and I have no answer. That it is the beauty and, I believe, the strength of Asymmetry. None of it fits together. It is asymmetrical. It poses more questions than it answers about different dynamics and experiences, questions of authorship and authority and politics and culture[, and] despite this, it gives to the world and adds to its definitions of humanity.”

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