Posts Tagged: Laura Goode
I didn’t have time to be devastated on the day Adrienne Rich died, but I still couldn’t keep back the tears.
Like so many others, Rich was The One to me, America’s greatest living everything I ever wanted to be: a titan of poetry, an icon of feminism....more
Author of the recently released novel, Sister Mischief, Laura Goode offers some insight into the fiery world of young adult fiction because as it turns out, “Your Mom Reads More YA Than You.” Twitter is one way mothers reveal themselves as highly visible young adult book consumers, and it’s getting increasingly intense....more
Rumpus contributor Laura Goode, (the most recent contribution being “Albums of Our Lives: Amy Winehouse’s Back to Black”), has just published her first novel. Kudos!
Sister Mischief, in which a “gay suburban hip-hopper freaks out her Christian high school–and falls in love–in this righteously funny and totally tender YA debut, for real,” is described by Goode as her personal “feminist love letter to my own mischievous sisters.” If you enjoy supporting Rumpus writers and talented contributors, get the word out about this awesome new female author that’s rockin’ the scene, or dig your nose into a copy!...more
“Only this do you know for sure: time is an ellipsis until it is not.”...more