Tagged Writing

From self-harm to self-empowerment: Using words & activism, not body, to be seen and heard

In this first piece for the online publication, Mad in America, I reflect – through feminist and constructivist, social psychology lens – on how using my body in efforts to be heard, seen, and fight against prejudice, I become an unwitting collaborator in my oppression. I look to re-storying (also known as “narrative therapy”) and …

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September Lit News Round-up

While I’ve been running a little behind – hopefully this installment is worth it: this round-up is particularly packed with loads of fascinating, thought-provoking, and genre-bending news – including all the latest literary award nominations, a collection of in-depth articles on the legacy of F.S. Fitzgerald, the most interesting newly-released books, an eloquent and consoling piece on …

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