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The MaddAddam Trilogy, or how I survived my depression.

I’m reticent to publicly delve into Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam trilogy because I want to resist coming out of hiding. I’m in a period of drastic change. Change catalyzed by an admission of failure. Things aren’t going well, they haven’t been … Continue reading

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When She Woke, cafeteria Christian feminist candy

Where to begin with Hillary Jordan’s When She Woke, a misogynistic dystopia, where criminals have their skin dyed according to their crime? Not when Hannah wakes up blood red in a Chrome Ward prison for having an abortion. Not when … Continue reading

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