Tag Archive: features

Why the Fuck Aren’t You Reading Locke & Key?!

You know how sometimes when you’re drunk you stop for a burrito to snarf down before you go to bed and it tastes so good? Locke & Key is that burrito, only it’s full of comic awesomeness.

The Weekly Verse: Fireflies in the Garden by Robert Frost

I don’t remember ever questioning the how or why of fireflies.

The Weekly Verse: Feb. 29, 1958 by Allen Ginsberg

Whether or not he knew or believed it during his life, Allen Ginsberg is a historical poet and had some pretty amazing imagery skillz as well.

The Weekly Verse: maggie and milly and molly and may by E.E. Cummings

“as small as a world and as large as alone.”

The Danish Girl is a Beautiful, Important Film

I wish this hadn’t been Leo’s year to win the Best Actor Oscar, because Eddie Redmayne is so heartbreakingly good in this movie, I can’t handle it.

Activity Page: Awesome Ladies Crossword Puzzle

Get out your crossword pens!

Roundup: Literary Girls I Want to Be My BFF

I’m frankly kind of exhausted just trying to decide which topic to rant about.

Weekend Listening: So Jealous by Tegan and Sara

Here we get to be as loud as we want, scream out the shittiness of not loving someone anymore, of becoming boring in someone else’s heart.

Off The Shelf: Holy Skirts by Renee Steinke

There’s something particularly marvelous in reading a book about an actual time and an actual art movement in which the female figures come naturally to the fore.

The Weekly Verse: The Mother by Gwendolyn Brooks

This poem is a sucker-punch of real talk.

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