I read some wonderful books last year and thought I would share my favourite reads of 2018.
Having been happily (for the most part) single for the last three years, I am evermore curious about the idea of single life and what it really means. I felt like a parody, picking up Kate Bolick's Spinster: Making a Life of One's Own from the library and tucking it into my over-stuffed backpack.
What happens when some of the most talented broadcasters, comedians, poets, politicians, and creatives get together to reimagine a classic Ancient Greek comedy? Women in Power, that's what.
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Are Young Adult novels for grownups too? Jandy Nelson's book is sweet, creative and addresses some important issues for young and slightly-less-young alike.
May was the most manic month of my year so far...and also, somehow, my most successful! Read about the shows, articles and experiences that have been inspiring me recently, and why I'm eating my words when it comes to Netflix.
Filter Theatre and Lyric Hammersmith drag Shakespeare out of the musty classroom and into the bright lights of chaos and madness in this magical, riotous adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream
It's one year since I started sharing my Monthly Muses, so I'm celebrating with a bumper post, full of my loves and inspiration from the month of March.
We are thrown into the hot and heady streets of present-day New Orleans; you can practically smell the hot roads, sweat, and testosterone as you are swept through the summer months by a fiercely talented cast as the story unfolds, like clothes peeled from skin, exposing vulnerability and naked flesh.
Ice Cream for Breakfast should be read when most needed, and in delicious, bite-sized chunks – just as you would with your favourite tub of Ben and Jerry's.