Monthly Archives: December 2018

Homecoming Ernestine Hayes defies adversity and speaks the truth

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“White Houses” Tells The Star-Crossed Love Story Of Eleanor Roosevelt and Lorena Hickok

In White Houses (Random House), celebrated writer Amy Bloom imagines the relationship between First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and Lorena Hickok, the journalist who covered Franklin D. Roosevelt’s presidential campaign and then developed a close relationship with Eleanor. “Hick” was known as … Continue reading

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“Kingdom of Women” Imagines a World where Women Act on their Anger

Rosalie Morales Kearns’ debut novel, Kingdom of Women (Jaded Ibis Press), comes at a perfect time. Never before have we so badly needed to see what is possible when women act on the anger that is a product of living … Continue reading

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The Miserable

When Anne Hathaway walked onstage in a pink gown to receive an Oscar for her role in Les Miserables, I remembered the year I had seen the musical of the same name: 1988. I was in seventh grade. I had … Continue reading

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How I Reclaimed My Body and Style After Severe Depression

I remember the moment one evening on a short walk to the mailbox in my condo complex when I first noticed the pinch of waistband in my size 10 jeans. It was a few months after I had come home … Continue reading

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