Cleanness: by Garth Greenwell
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Cleanness: by Garth Greenwell

Cleanness boldly and importantly explores actual gay sex in its full complex and compulsive nature.

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The Sonic Episteme: by Robin James
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The Sonic Episteme: by Robin James

James helpfully highlights the importance of meticulous listening as both a general form of resistance and one that’s central to her field.

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In the Land of Men: by Adrienne Miller
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In the Land of Men: by Adrienne Miller

The Corner That Held Them: by Sylvia Townsend Warner
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The Corner That Held Them: by Sylvia Townsend Warner

It is easy to feel like it is the end of the world. But there is some consolation in the fact that this is not a new sentiment.

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Tolkien’s Lost Chaucer: by John M. Bowers
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Tolkien’s Lost Chaucer: by John M. Bowers

While neither Chaucer nor Tolkien could complete their greatest works, they leave plenty behind for steady pioneers such as John Bowers to unearth.

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The Starless Sea: by Erin Morgenstern
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The Starless Sea: by Erin Morgenstern

The Starless Sea is a singular work of extraordinary imagination, and it is destined to be a classic.

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The Future of Another Timeline: by Annalee Newitz
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The Future of Another Timeline: by Annalee Newitz

You will finish The Future of Another Timeline with a deeper empathy for the women around you.

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A Good Provider Is One Who Leaves: by Jason DeParle
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A Good Provider Is One Who Leaves: by Jason DeParle

You think you have it hard making ends meet in America? Try out life in the Philippines.

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Making Comics: by Lynda Barry
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Making Comics: by Lynda Barry

Making Comics is in love with drawing specifically and provides helpful advice about how to compose images.

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Night Boat to Tangier: by Kevin Barry
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Night Boat to Tangier: by Kevin Barry

A beautiful novel that is both an intense rumination on family life and adulthood as well as a commentary on scuffling for survival under capitalism.

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