• Reading Diaries: Maggie Nelson is Amazing

    Reading Diaries: Maggie Nelson is Amazing0

    • December 16, 2015

    With only a few weeks left of 2015, the ladies of WWAC are gathering one more time to share what they’ve been reading lately—the books they’ve loved, the books they’ve hated, and what might be ahead in 2016.

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  • Reading Diaries: “Gay Books,” Porn Stars, and the Giller Prize

    Reading Diaries: “Gay Books,” Porn Stars, and the Giller Prize1

    • November 18, 2015

    Al Rosenberg: I’m having a hard time focusing this month. I can’t seem to get straight through just one book. I’m reading a thousand things at once, I have a million tabs open in my browser, and I’m not super present for any conversation I’ve have recently. I need to calm down and just pay

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  • Reading Diaries: Ravens, Sparrows, and Horror Oh My!

    Reading Diaries: Ravens, Sparrows, and Horror Oh My!0

    • October 20, 2015

    Christa: I’m sure I read other books/comics this month, but the one at the forefront of my mind is The Heart Goes Last—the latest novel from literary giant Margaret Atwood. Like The Handmaid’s Tale and the MaddAddam Trilogy, The Heart Goes Last takes place in the future. But not quite as far into the future

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  • Reading Diaries: It’s Really Radical!

    Reading Diaries: It’s Really Radical!0

    • September 15, 2015

    Angel: I seriously have no idea how it’s already September! I thought I had plenty of time to read all the books coming out this month, but it looks like I’ll just be enjoying them throughout the next 30 days. I’m currently making my way through Randy Ribay’s An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes, and

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  • Reading Diaries: Supergirls, Mysterious Webcomics and the Obsessive Tendencies of Fandoms

    Reading Diaries: Supergirls, Mysterious Webcomics and the Obsessive Tendencies of Fandoms2

    • August 6, 2015

    Romona: Last night I finished Stephen King’s new release Finders Keepers, the second book in the Bill Hodges trilogy. The story begins with the theft of a famous writer’s unpublished work and focuses on the obsessive tendencies of fandoms. It’s similar to Misery in depictions of the fans’ fixations on the writer. Finders Keepers has

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  • Reading Diaries: What We’re Reading this Summer

    Reading Diaries: What We’re Reading this Summer0

    • July 1, 2015

    Angel: I’ve been pretty focused on upcoming books recently, and a current favourite is The Epic Adventures of Lydia Bennet, based off The Lizzie Bennet Diaries webseries character. I liked it much more than Lizzie’s book, which was released last year, because Lydia felt more real and like she had potential to explore beyond the

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