Archive for the ‘Literary Reflections’ Category

March 16, 2015 7

Literary Reflections: Where My Girls At (Part II)

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reflections on aspects of books Last Friday I wrote what was supposed to be the introductory paragraph to today’s post but then thoughts and words on general female LBTQ+ representation in YA happened. I’ve gotten so much positive feedback over that post and genuinely want to thank all of you. You’re amazing. Today I’m going to […]

March 13, 2015 7

Literary Reflections: Where My Girls At (Part I)

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reflections on aspects of books I was talking with Judith the other day (you’re all shocked) about Marchetta books and the 100 (whaaaat) and we arrived at the topic of how a lot of LGBTQ+ representation in fiction still comes down to gay m/m pairings. Hear me out. I’m not here to complain about gay men. […]

October 12, 2014 12

Literary Reflections: Football in Fiction

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Sometimes books get to us in a personal way. Sometimes we can relate to them so much it feels like they tell us the stories of our own lives. Sometimes there is just an aspect that really speaks to us because we love that thing in real life as well. It is impossible to capture […]