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The Feminist Texican [Reads]
- RT @sjjphd: We know restaurant industry has normalized labor exploitation @ multiple levels & there is dearth of high profile chefs of cert… 2 hours ago
- RT @sjjphd: I think the bigger question here is what this says about the restaurant and celebrity chef industries that Dean has thrived in. 2 hours ago
- .@so_treu is tweeting up a storm about Paula Deen right now. Go read her TL. 2 hours ago
- There's a stray cat in my neighborhood whose face is thick with mange. At first I wasn't even sure if it could see (it can). Now I'm sad. 3 hours ago
- Whoa. A #bookgate must-read: ow.ly/mabc4 8 hours ago
Category Archives: art & literature
Haven’t done one of these in a while. If you want to see the Virgen art from past posts, check out the gallery (I finally put it all in one place)! In 2006, this next one was chosen to be … Continue reading
I’m featuring nonfiction women’s history/women’s studies-related books all month long on my book blog. I’m also hosting at least 1 giveaway each week in March that everyone is free to enter. The ones currently running are US or US/Canada-only, but … Continue reading
Win a copy of Raul Ramos y Sanchez’s two books, America Libre and House Divided, courtesy of Hachette Book Group! As the events of House Divided unfolded, one thing immediately came to mind: this is precisely the kind of book … Continue reading
Michael Steele on his favorite book: Hmmm…War and Peace, you say? Because that quote is from A Tale of Two Cities. Doh!
Lots of people have today off, but let’s remember the workers who don’t, eh? Artwork by La Mustia. via Alto Arizona.
Originally posted on my book blog. Are you one of those people who keeps reading books even though they don’t like them? I am. I had a feeling I’d hate Laura Esquivel’s Malinche by about page 8. By about page … Continue reading
My girl would’ve turned 103 today. Even Google got in on the action:
What would a world without men be like? Herland, Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s feminist utopia, is based on this premise. Written in 1915, the book is about a trio of young men who hear of an uncharted territory where only women … Continue reading