Seems appropriate at this moment. .. (at Burdine Hall)
Where to Go After Gone Girl
Can’t get enough of that queasy feeling you got after finishing Gone Girl? Have you been asking yourself, what else can I read that will make me equally uncomfortable?
Given that we’ve been answering this question literally every day for the past two years, we put our heads together and came up with a list. Here’s an unlucky thirteen novels, by female authors, that push some of the same buttons.
Tana French, Tana French, read you some Tana French.
and Natsuo Kirino!
and read Gillian Flynn’s other novels because they are like poison candy and are equally dark & twisty but maybe even girlier than Gone Girl (since, you know, they are totally from women’s POVs unlike GG and I always have a lot of feelings about the gender politics of what “breaks through” or “crosses over” in popular fiction, esp. crime/mystery/thriller…).
like my ducks?
i look at cute pictures of dogs when i feel overwhelmed with sad so i can temporarily feel overwhelmed with cute.
I must be PMSing, right? Or am I this nihilistic all the time?
why did I put this in the vagueblog. NOT VAGUE AT ALL. jeez.
My dog is so good at being my dog. #yrdailymags
"It is very difficult to realize and accept that being “feminine” and being a whole person are irreconcilable. Only women can give each other a new sense of self."
#the woman-identified woman
Radicalesbians, “The Woman-Identified-Woman,” 1970 (via grrdis