Feminist Reading Journey: Marge Piercy ‘Woman on the Edge of Time’

Image: The Kawaii Kollective I’m happy to be back with another post in my feminist reading journey (here’s hoping I can start posting more regularly again). This time I’m focusing on Marge Piercy’s ‘Woman on the Edge of Time’, which is actually something I read in my undergraduate degree, but decided to revisit for thisContinue reading “Feminist Reading Journey: Marge Piercy ‘Woman on the Edge of Time’”

Feminist Reading Journey: Naomi Alderman ‘The Power’

This book has quickly become one of my new favourites. Seriously buy it. Read it. Especially if you’re interested in gender relations. The narrative is set in the future but looking back on a significant change in human history that occured. That change is when the world switches from a patriarchal society to a matriarchalContinue reading “Feminist Reading Journey: Naomi Alderman ‘The Power’”

Feminist Reading Journey: Rupi Kaur ‘Milk and Honey’

Image: The Kawaii Kollective For anyone who isn’t aware of Rupi Kaur, well for one you should be. And two, let me do a little summary that although won’t properly categorise her awesomeness; will help give you an idea of what I knew about Rupi Kaur before reading ‘Milk and Honey’. Before reading due toContinue reading “Feminist Reading Journey: Rupi Kaur ‘Milk and Honey’”

An Interview With Kimothy Joy

Image provided by Kimothy Joy I stumbled upon Kimothy Joy’s artwork last month after seeing the awesome illustrations she provided The Huffington Post for their campaign #WeMakeHerstory, which inspired and intrigued me so I set out to find out more, and to of course follow her on Instagram! The collaboration was also partially what inspiredContinue reading “An Interview With Kimothy Joy”

Feminist Reading Journey: Carrie Fisher ‘The Princess Diarist’

Image: Star Wars: Episode IV- A New Hope/ 20th Century Fox  This year I set myself the challenge to start reading for pleasure again. After doing a degree in English Literature with Film, I kind of lost the time to simply read books for myself, rather than for a particular module. In fact, I’d lost aContinue reading “Feminist Reading Journey: Carrie Fisher ‘The Princess Diarist’”