Women’s Review of Books, Volume 35

Tough Love: a Review of I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness By Austin Channing Brown

Chicago Review of Books

The Roanoke Girls’ Disturbs, Dismays, and Ultimately Disappoints

Abandoning Expectations with Melissa Febos’s ‘Abandon Me’

ROAR Feminist Lit Mag

Can’t Silence These Voices: A Review of Nasty Women

Showing the Tragedy in Fantasy: A Review of The Idea of You

Electric Lit

Sorry to Disrupt the Peace is Deeply Moving and Honest

Quail Bell Magazine

Too Freaking Accurate: A Review of Too Fat Too Slutty Too Loud by Anne Helen Petersen

Questioning Everything: A Review of The Answers by Catherine Lacey

Sharp Eyes, Sharp Wit: A Review of One Day We’ll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter by Scaachi Koul

How To Use All Caps Tastefully: A Review of Samantha Irby’s We Are Never Meeting in Real Life

“Nostalgia is an Affliction”: A Review of Salt Houses by Hala Alyan

Uncomfortable in the Best Way: A Review of Oola by Brittany Newell

A Witch’s Brew of Vulnerability, Anger, and Admiration: All The Lives I Want


“The Burning Girl” Shows The Complex Intricacies Of Growing Up

“Patient H69” By Vanessa Potter Is A Series Of Tiny Triumphs: BUST Review

Lauren Elkin Takes Back The Streets Of History With ‘Flaneuse


Loud, Proud, and Bleeding