The New Me reigns as another in a hopefully long line of painfully perfect odes to the insecure, the apathetic, the depressed, and the uninspired.
An ode to Grady Hendrix, the master of horror and friendship.
I needed to live with a level of ignorance about what could possibly happen to my body during a nuclear holocaust, but now I am far too knowledgeable. For better or worse, reading Midnight in Chernobyl will make you feel like you’re there.
This short work is a brief interlude by a man musing on his perception of reality while an important birthday passes.
Today, on this universal day of love, the misses have decided to share the books we loved most from 2018 and so far into 2019.
No mercy ahead…. The Witch Doesn’t Burn In This One by Amanda Lovelace is the best book of feminist poetry ever. It’s cutthroat and true to the bone. The harsh realities we all face as women are put on full display here with no remorse or apologies. In short… Sorry not sorry. Lovelace pays homage […]