A few reviews and essays I’ve written:
‘The First Bad Man’ By Miranda July Review: Thrilling, Thoughtful And Unexpected — The independent filmmaker, multimedia artist, writer and curly haired icon, has written a fantastic first novel, The First Bad Man, which defied contemporary literary conventions and set the 2015 publishing year on a splendid course.
‘How To Be a Woman’ by Caitlin Moran Beautifully Proclaims a Regaining of Feminism — Caitlin Moran’s How To Be a Woman is a sort of feminist proclamation manifested through wildly hilarious stories from her own life.
HBO’s Girls — A look into the wildly popular television show molded by Lena Dunham.
Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg — The book that ignited a movement to demand gender equality in the workplace.
‘Yes Please’ Review: Amy Poehler’s Book Is Both True And Hilarious — Amy Poehler‘s beautifully designed hardcover Yes Please reads like an elderly woman’s scrapbook – an elderly woman who is reminiscing on her life and reveling in her past carelessness and stupidity. The work simultaneously reads like eloquently written poetry.
Blankets by Craig Thompson — The graphic masterpiece standard for a coming-of-age story.
Not that Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham — Thoughts on a well-crafted memoir that was met with great controversy upon publication.
Comedy Central’s Broad City — Prominent female comedian and actress Amy Poehler produced critically acclaimed Broad City, a Comedy Central installment that takes the viewer on an excursion through the frenzied lives of two strange, yet relatable female twenty-something’s in New York City.