The memoir-in-essays about growing up in two countries explores universally relatable themes in exquisite prose.
Tag: Angela L. Eckhart
REVIEW: Writing While Masked: Reflections on 2020 and Beyond
In Writing While Masked: Reflections on 2020 and Beyond a group of writers from Washington document their experiences in essays, prose, and poetry.
REVIEW: Killer Looks: The Forgotten History of Plastic Surgery in Prisons by Zara Stone
The little-known history of plastic surgery for prisoners reflects a societal bias about attractiveness and a surprising aid to convict rehabilitation.
REVIEW: Big Reader: Essays by Susan Olding
A life-long love of books and her personal connections to specific works are explored by a master essayist.
REVIEW: Art for the Ladylike: An Autobiography Through Other Lives by Whitney Otto
The book examines the lives of eight groundbreaking female photographers and that of its author, pondering issues faced by all female creatives.
REVIEW: Wife | Daughter | Self : A memoir in essays by Beth Kephart
“Memoir is the life wanting to be transformed. It is the life we have been waiting for.”
REVIEW: Swing: A Memoir of Doing It All by Ashleigh Renard
Attending sex clubs was far from habitual for Renard and her husband.
Review: A Silenced Voice: The Life of Journalist Kim Wall by Ingrid & Joachim Wall, Translated by Kathy Saranpa
…a 30-year-old female journalist disappeared beneath the sea, trapped aboard a man-made submarine…
REVIEW: This One Will Hurt You by Paul Crenshaw
When one of his students asks how much one can “make up” when writing an essay, writer Paul Crenshaw replies, “Nothing…”
Review: Gray Is The New Black: A Memoir of Self-Acceptance by Dorothy Rice
Allowing her hair to go grey is only the beginning of Rice’s quest for self-acceptance and self-forgiveness.