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I want to understand my mother

“Cold Enough For Snow” by Jessica Au Review I was supposed to be out tonight to watch another film at Sydney Film Fest but my bleeding uterus has chained me to my bed. Having no energy to flip through streaming sites or do anything, I have decided to write an incoherent review of this book […]

Choices for women or lack thereof

A short review of Breast and Eggs by Kieko Kawakami “Does a body’s ability to become pregnant and nurse a child – that is, the possession of breasts and eggs – determine the fate of that body?” This is a question I think we, women have asked ourselves at least once in our lives and […]

TAKE CARE: the power of anti-colonial feminist poetry

How do you write a review for literature that feels very personal? Ten years ago, I picked up a poetry book that was sold for ten pesos in Booksale. During that time my only exposure to poetry was the discussion of poems by dead white men in my English classes. When I read that poetry […]

The six films that saved me last week

“Film as dream, film as music. No art passes our conscience in the way film does, and goes directly to our feelings, deep down into the dark rooms of our souls.” ― Ingmar Bergman Being stuck in my room for two months now my days has begun to melt into puddle of beigy dullness. I have […]

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