Review: I’m Just A Person by Tig Notaro

One slow weekend day, I was watching Hannah Gadsby interviews on YouTube, as one does. Okay, it wasn't a weekend, but a weekday. And okay, it wasn't slow - I was actively procrastinating work by watching these videos. As one does. I rewatched one of my favourite interviews of Hannah's - her first one with... Continue Reading →

Review: Anxious People and A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

For most people, A Man Called Ove is the book that introduces them to the creative genius that is Fredrik Backman. For me, however, this introduction was the book Anxious People, which I read (but did not write about) last year. Anxious People is a book that can very well be judged by its cover.... Continue Reading →

Love is love.

The Month of Love: Part 4/4 Parental Guidance: I have heard from some parents that their children love reading Womaning. As much as that makes my heart somersault with joy, I should warn parents that the posts of February 2022 deal with the subjects of love and sex and have strong language. So parents, please... Continue Reading →

An award and a break

I need to lie down. Hello ji, It has been a long week. The next piece I am working on deals with an issue that I do not have a lot of personal experience with. Which means, double the research, and ten times the scoping for stories. I spent a lot of time this week... Continue Reading →

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