Category Archives: Anouk Markovits

Man Books and Woman Books and Books that are Comfortable with their Multi-Faceted Sexuality: A Rambling and Discursive and Self-Indulgent Sunday-Morning Review of Anouk Markovits’ I Am Forbidden with a Rambling and Discursive Title to Match (by Bethany)

Someday, when you have several hours to spare and there’s nothing but golf on TV, ask Jill and me to tell you how we feel about the differences between male and female writers. The very short version of the story … Continue reading

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