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