Currier, Currier, Emmons

January 22, 2018 athena 0

Today is my final post featuring trios of books from my 2017 reading list. I’ll post the full list later this week. It should not come as a surprise that […]

Grover, Grover, Léger

January 17, 2018 athena 0

Here are the next three books from my 2017 reading list: Martha Grover’s One More for the People and The End of My Career, and Nathalie Léger’s Suite for Barbara […]

Biel, Lepucki, Senna

January 15, 2018 athena 0

Here are three more books from my 2017 reading list: Zine Yearbook 9, Edan Lepucki’s Woman No. 17, and Danzy Senna’s New People. I picked up Zine Yearbook 9 at […]

Meeting at Dabbs House

January 10, 2018 athena 0

Here’s my second secret project Christmas present: my dad’s book! As his is a historical novel for adults, it didn’t make sense to do spot illustrations, but I still had […]

Palahniuk, Patchett, Adichie

January 4, 2018 athena 0

Here are another three books from my 2017 reading list: Chuck Palahniuk’s Fugitives & Refugees: A Walk in Portland, Oregon, Ann Patchett’s Truth & Beauty: A Friendship, and Chimamanda Ngozi […]

2017 Year in Review

January 2, 2018 athena 0

The past two Decembers (2015 and 2016), I wrote end-of-year posts summarizing some of my favorite moments and accomplishments. Despite 2017 being a raging dumpster fire for the world at […]

Alam, Gay, Majka

December 29, 2017 athena 0

Here are the next three books from my 2017 reading list: Rumaan Alam’s Rich and Pretty, Roxane Gay’s Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body, and Sara Majka’s Cities I’ve Never […]

Homeowners

December 25, 2017 athena 0

This September, Jason and I bought a house. We had been searching fruitlessly for awhile before that, and were pretty discouraged. Thankfully, we stuck it out a little longer, and […]

Schumacher, Gerard, Kleeman

December 22, 2017 athena 0

Three more books I read in 2017: Julie Schumacher’s Dear Committee Members, Sarah Gerard’s Binary Star, and Alexandra Kleeman’s You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine. Dear Committee Members […]