Index: Book Reviews, Essays, Original Fiction— Anu Kumar
Pieces mostly focused on the books themselves.
Need a Great Dystopian Read? Try Books from This Author
Here are 4 reasons why Marie Lu’s books are exceptional and addicting.
To Conquer Life, First You Must Suffer
Valuable life lessons from ‘Siddhartha’ by Herman Hesse
If You Want Real Progress, You Can’t Believe the Lies You Tell Yourself Anymore
That feeling of confronting the unknown? That’s scarier than a devil you know.
How an Indian Woman Became an All-Female Gang Leader Through Social Organizing
Sampat Pal’s rebellion was a force to be reckoned with in rural India.
Academic Feminism Seem Overwhelming? Start With These 2 Accessible Books
“Hood Feminism” and “So You Want to Talk About Race” are accessible and vital reads to get you started on your feminist…
We Need More Stories like “Another Appalachia”
A 165-page memoir made me feel more seen than anything on social media.
Pieces elaborating on a cultural point introduced in a book(s).
We’re in a Myth Retelling Renaissance — Here’s Why that Matters
“Story(re)telling” is not going away, and it shouldn’t.
What Do You Owe Your Emotionally Immature Parents?
“Love, Chai, and Other Four Letter Words” shows a glimpse of bad, yet normalized, parenting
Practicing flash fiction in public.