ENID Reviews… ‘Women Don’t Owe You Pretty’

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’

ENID Reviews… ‘To My Country’

Ben Lawson's viral video poem that became a book

ENID Reviews… ‘Emily in Paris’

Having recently ranked number one as the most streamed show on Australian Netflix, there’s a good reason why Netflix's 'Emily in Paris' is so popular. Our main gal Fran gives us the DL.

ENID Reviews… ‘Fairytales for Wilde Girls’

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’

ENID Reviews… Netflix’s New ‘Baby-Sitter’s Club’

Netflix’s new original series, The Baby-Sitter's Club, brings everything you love about the original novel series of the same name — and then some. Before we launch into the review, I have to make a quick confession: I never read The Babysitter's Club books as a teen/tween/preteen. I’m also a good decade older than the… Continue reading ENID Reviews… Netflix’s New ‘Baby-Sitter’s Club’

ENID Reviews… ‘A Celebration of Vulva Diversity’

In her book 'A Celebration of Vulva Diversity', Hilde Atalanta, illustrator and founder of The Vulva Gallery Project, highlights our differences not to be divisive, but rather to show how our diversity brings wom*n together.

ENID Reviews… ‘Great Goddesses’

ENID's Editor-in-chief Kate Scott reviews Nikita Gill's poetry anthology Great Goddesses: life lessons from myths and monsters, the "perfect blend" of Greek mythology and contemporary feminism