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Chronic Bibliophilia chronicles my journey as I endeavor to become a ridiculously well-read human being. Part of that journey includes probing what I mean by “well-read”. Having reviewed countless lists, books about books, awards lists, and literary prescriptions, I am disappointed but not surprised by the lack of diversity represented among the “must-read” lists. When we, as bookworms and consumers of words, embark upon a book, we are listening to an other’s voice. We are learning an other’s point of view. We are expanding our minds, embracing our world, and acknowledging our differences. We need to push our boundaries and seek broader voices. Through 2 to 3 posts each week, this blog provides reflections, reviews, and recommendations from a reading list focused on supporting and highlighting the voices that continue to face suppression. I believe that this project has changed not just what I read, but how I read and how I think. I hope you’ll join me on my literary odyssey.
“The Dark Circle” By Linda Grant
2017-03-27 18:45
Linda Grant, winner of the Women’s Prize for Fiction for her novel “When I Lived in Modern Times”, is once again among those nominated for this esteemed prize, this ti… Read More
“Midwinter” By Fiona Melrose
2017-03-24 18:55
Fiona Melrose’s debut novel “Midwinter”, longlisted for the Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction, is aptly named. The titular characters are Landyn and Vale Midwinter, a… Read More
The Best Of The Booker Prize Winners
2017-03-22 11:54
I’ve never met Karen except through her blog BookerTalk. Her home is in Wales, UK. Mine is in Massachusetts, USA. Thousands of miles separate us physically but we are united by on… Read More
“Stay With Me” By Ayobami Adebayo
2017-03-20 14:06
“I had expected them to talk about my childlessness. I was armed with millions of smiles. Apologetic smiles, pity-me smiles, I-look-unto-God smiles – name all the fake smiles nee… Read More
“The Power” By Naomi Alderman
2017-03-19 16:58
“The shape of power is always the same; it is the shape of a tree. Root to tip, central trunk branching and re-branching, spreading wider in ever-thinner, searching fingers. The shape… Read More
“First Love” By Gwendoline Riley
2017-03-16 23:22
“Considering one’s life requires a horribly delicate determination, doesn’t it? To get to the truth, to the heart of the trouble. You wake and your dreams disband, in a mid… Read More
“The Gustav Sonata” By Rose Tremain
2017-03-14 19:47
Gustav Perle is the only child of Emilie Perle, an embittered widow full of resentment for her past and scorn for her present. Gustav is raised to be stoic and content, never allowed to show… Read More
2017-03-12 19:01
Women’s Prize longlist nominee “The Mare” by Mary Gaitskill is the allegorical story of Velvet, a Dominican girl from Brooklyn, and “her” mare, a horse seen as… Read More

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