All the Books You Don’t Have to Worry About Reading Anymore Once You’ve Been Chucked by “Literary White Guy®”

Call me ignorant or bitter–or both–but a girl’s got to do what she can sometimes to find the silver lining in being chucked by a token “literary white guy®.” Some might even posit that being chucked is the silver lining itself. Most beneficial of all though, as you might know firsthand, is not feeling compelled, or, more precisely, feeling obligated to read books that are … Continue reading All the Books You Don’t Have to Worry About Reading Anymore Once You’ve Been Chucked by “Literary White Guy®”

Zeno’s Conscience & The Vindication of Self-Publishing

Self-publishing, although increasingly easy to do with the conveniences furnished by the twenty-first century, still remains, by and large, looked down upon by the literary powers that be. And yet, so many fantastic works have been put forth into the world in this manner. From Marcel Proust’s Remembrance of Things Past to James Joyce’s Ulysses, the masterworks that have been birthed thanks to the sheer tenacity … Continue reading Zeno’s Conscience & The Vindication of Self-Publishing