Posts Tagged: Achy Obejas

This Week in Essays

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For the office drones struggling to come back after the four-day weekend, take heart in James Livingston’s essay for Aeon considering whether work is necessary in our present age.

Here at The Rumpus, Helen Betya Rubinstein expresses a sense of dislocation that’s familial and personal in the face of our newly reinforced election-cycle gender binary.

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Anna March’s Reading Mixtape #2: Line My Eyes and Call Me Pretty?

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Every one of these gorgeously written books will explode your brain and the stories will transport you, even as they grapple with binaries, traditional roles, narrow expectations, breaking free, who we are…. and who we long to be. Sex, gender, identity, sexuality…as much as anything, this reading list is about being human.

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Anna March’s Reading Mixtape #1: For White Folks Who Think They Aren’t Racist

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Midsummer Night

The Books of A Midsummer Night’s Press

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Julie Marie Wade explores the amazing work done by A Midsummer Night's Press. ...more