Tag: book

The best new books to read this week: The Art of Leaving, The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls, and more

The Best New Books To Read This Week: “The Art Of Leaving” And More – HelloGiggles The best new books to read this week: The Art of Leaving, The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls, and more this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines.

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The best new books to read this week: Black Is the Body, Golden Child, and more

The Best New Books To Read This Week: “Black Is The Body” And More – HelloGiggles The best new books to read this week: Black Is the Body, Golden Child, and more this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines.

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Is Kellyanne Conway the White House Snitch?

Photo: Alex Wong (Getty Images) Books on the White House are becoming the struggle rapper mixtapes from the 1990s or the podcasts of now—everyone has one. But if this newest book is even remotely true, then Kellyanne Conway is the “number one leaker” in President Donald Trump’s White House. Which […]

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Giveaway: “Unnatural Selections” Book by Tiffany Bozic

A lovely ode to nature and the diversity of life by California artist Tiffany Bozic (previously featured here). Chronicling Bozic’s work since the birth of her daughter in 2012, “Unnatural Selections” explores new themes of reproduction, growth and parenthood alongside her ongoing search for universal commonalities between human beings and other living organisms. Rather than re-imagining […]

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“Drought” by Peter Hadfield & Cameron McKague

A beautiful collaboration between Toronto-based cinematographer and photographer Peter Hadfield and graphic designer Cameron McKague. Featuring 48 images of drained public swimming pools, the project is a critical exploration of Western society’s relationship with water. Each limited edition copy comes with a watercolour reproduction by Hadfield and all proceeds will go to Water First — […]

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Podcast: Defying Bipolar Disorder

Charita Cole Brown was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at the age of 21. After reaching recovery, she became very active in her local NAMI affiliate for many years. Recently, her book – Defying Bipolar: My Bipolar Life – was published. Her goal with the book is to show that people […]

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‘P Is for Pterodactyl’ alphabet book teaches kids some anomalies of the English language

P Is for Pterodactyl: The Worst Alphabet Book Ever is a fun new alphabet book written by rapper Lushlife that shows kids just how nutty the English language really is (rules schmules!): Turning the traditional idea of an alphabet book on its head, P is for Pterodactyl is perfect for anyone who has ever been […]

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Photographer Spotlight: Landon Speers

Canadian photographer Landon Speers brings his visual and musical practices together with a series of landscapes set to original compositions. Currently based in Brooklyn, Speers wrote and recorded many of the tracks during the travels that also produced the project’s imagery. The result is a collection of ambient accompaniments to moments of stillness from areas […]

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Best of Kickstarter: “Haunted Bodies” by Artist Christina Mrozik

A lovely collection of drawings and writings by artist Christina Mrozik (previously featured here). Created while moving through a year of depression, Mrozik tackles the essentials of what it is to be human and to hurt. Her faceless drawings merge pieces of organ with natural elements in an effort to express feelings of inaccessibility and […]

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Bob Woodward Snaps Back: John Kelly and Jim Mattis ‘Not Telling the Truth’

Author Bob Woodward disputed denials from White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly and Defense Secretary Gen. Jim Mattis about his book’s reporting surrounding their disparaging comments about President Donald Trump. “They are not telling the truth,” Woodward said in an interview with NBC anchor Savannah Guthrie. “These are political statements to protect their […]

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Giveaway: “Feathers and Faces” by Adele Renault

A collection showcasing the work of Belgian artist Adele Renault (previously featured here).  Known for her realistic portraits of pigeons and people, Renault’s forthcoming Feathers and Faces contains a variety of work, from canvas paintings to large-scale murals. See more images below or click here to pre-order before the September 15th release! Renault has provided […]

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Van Gogh on the Beauty of Sorrow and the Enchantment of Storms, in Nature and in Life

Chance doesn’t deal happiness with an even hand — some lives are more weighed down by sorrow than others. It can be easy, and misguided, to romanticize suffering — despite Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s superb admonition against it, we have a long cultural history of perpetuating the “tortured genius” myth, the reality behind which is far […]

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