“Maybe there is no morally superior place for garbage.” — Carol Devine, The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning: A Polar Journey
Stay Strong Lena Afridi organized self-defense trainings for people who, like her, had reason to fear for their safety.
A Police State Mentality Sam Adler-Bell on the J20 trials and the racist origins of criminalizing protest.
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January Cameos Our cameos this month are all about grounding rituals, endless Essentia, and choosing healthy ways to escape the world.
For its unapologetic examination of trauma, witty takes on the beloved idols of pop, and contributions to the genre of memoir, Myriam Gurba’s autobiographical novel Mean is a must-read, writes J.P. Tamang.
Deirdre Coyle reviews Chelsea Martin’s hilarious new essay collection and finds that the promise of escape isn’t always as glamorous as it seems.
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