Ballet Orphans by Terez Mertes Rose

Book Summary: It’s 1990, and New York soloist April Manning is trying to rebalance her world in the aftermath of her parents’ deaths. An offer to join the struggling West Coast Ballet Theatre as a principal dancer seems like the perfect opportunity for a fresh start—a new life in San Francisco, an exciting step up […]

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The Twelve Realms by A.D. Sloane

Book Summary: There are messages told through language. There are messages told through symbols. And there are messages told through terror. Nabii Akachi, a young Moorish royal, unveils a series of cryptic messages and discovers her dreams are linked to an ages-old mystical prophecy with global implications. The Twelve Realms is a historical re imagining […]

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For some people, social distancing means being trapped indoors with an abuser | Arwa Mahdawi

As more cities go under lockdown, activists are worried that attempts to curb coronavirus will inadvertently lead to an increase in domestic violence Sign up for the Week in Patriarchy, a newsletter on feminism and sexism sent every Saturday. according to the World Health Organitold Sixth Tone, an English-language magazine based in China. A similar […]

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