As a former English tutor, Shinae has seen the impact of the "no time to read" attitude. But literacy should be at the centre of our culture. And what better literature to champion than those with female authors.
From the creators of the Shameless podcast Photo by Caitlin Robson There are few books in the world that I have felt the urge to highlight, scribble in and write all over. That is because I’m a book purist; I don’t even dog-ear pages. But The Space Between is one that I wanted to commit… Continue reading ENID Reviews… ‘The Space Between’
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past year (with the pandemic and all, we don’t blame you), you’ve probably heard of the self-help book that’s been taking the millennial world by storm: Florence Given’s Women Don’t Owe You Pretty. Yep, the one with the groovy retro typeface and pink and red colouring. … Continue reading ENID Reviews… ‘Women Don’t Owe You Pretty’
A novel by Alyssa Near With illustrations by Courtney Brimms ★★★★★ Fairytales for Wilde Girls, by contemporary Australian author Allyse Near, manages the impressive feat of sacrificing neither gritty reality nor whimsical fairytale in the world it weaves and the characters that inhabit it. A bubblegum gothic coming-of-age narrative that centres itself firmly in the… Continue reading ENID Reviews… ‘Fairytales for Wilde Girls’
For too long, feminism was only concerned with the issues facing white women. In this ultimate reading and listening guide, Kate offers a comprehensive list of ways we can become our best intersectional feminist selves, because every feminist needs to acknowledge the systemic barriers facing BIPOC women.