Book Review: Yes Please

Amy Poehler has to be one of the coolest women I know. Although I don't actually know her, I feel like I do after reading Yes Please a compilation of all of her "ideas, stories and questions about the stuff of life, big and small, funny and sad." It's not quite a memoir, not quite an autobiography, but... Continue Reading →

Walk Through Walls

In continuing with this month's theme of honoring strong women both past and present, I recently read Walk Through Walls, Marina Abramovic's memoir that was released late last year. Coincidentally it was also just last year that I was first exposed to Abramovic and her performance artwork through her documentary The Artist is Present. I... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Home

This year is decidedly the year of non-fiction, and of memoirs and autobiographies for me. It may only be February but I anticipate this pattern lasting well into 2016. I am currently, slowly but surely, working my way through three titles at the moment: Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop... Continue Reading →

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