book review

Blythe Baird explores hunger in her new poetry collection, ‘If My Body Could Speak’

The idea that you can simultaneously be too much and not enough is an undercurrent throughout the body of Baird's work: too much, when she wants to be open and honest about her sexuality and rape but not enough to fit in with the cool girls and "feminist bros" that, while personified in the academic experience.

book review

Yara Zgheib Explores the Importance of Support Systems during recovery in ‘The Girls at 17 Swann Street’

26-year-old Anna is a former Parisian, former ballerina, and former woman with an identity outside of her eating disorder. Somewhere between following her husband to St. Louis and ending up in Bedroom 5 at 17 Swann Street, Anna's all but disappeared.