The End of Eve: A Memoir

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Hawthorne Books #ad - And she’s here to announce that she’s dying. Darkly humorous and intimately human, The End of Eve redefines the meaning of family and everything we’ve ever been taught to call “love. ”. Her name is Eve. Her epic temper tantrums have already gotten her banned from three cab companies in Portland. But life’s happy endings don’t always last.

If i’m ever a burden, I’ll just blow my brains out. Amidst the chaos of clowns and hospice workers, pie and too much whiskey, Ariel’s own ten-year relationship begins to unravel. It’s the right thing to do, anyway, isn’t it? And, how long could it go on? “Don’t worry, ” Eve says. At age 39, ariel gore has everything she’s always wanted: a successful writing career, a long-term partnership, a beautiful if tiny home, a daughter in college and a son in preschool.

The End of Eve: A Memoir #ad - If it’s not one thing, after all, it’s your mother. You’re all I have. Ariel doesn’t want to take care of her crazy dying mother, but she knows she will. Pitifully, Ariel, ” she sighs.

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We Were Witches

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Amethyst Editions #ad - Buying into the dream that education is the road out of poverty, gets on welfare rolls, a teen mom takes a chance on bettering herself, and talks her way into college. She is the founding editor/publisher of Hip Mama, an Alternative Press Award winning publication covering the culture and politics of motherhood.

So ariel turns to a rich subcultural canon of resistance and failure, Adrienne Rich, Tillie Olsen, populated by writers like Audre Lorde, Gloria Anzaldúa, and Kathy Acker. Wryly riffing on feminist literary tropes, We Were Witches documents the survival of a demonized single mother. She’s beset by custody disputes, homophobia, and America’s ever-present obsession with shaming strange women into passive citizenship.

We Were Witches #ad - But once she’s there, phallocratic narratives permeate every subject, and creative writing professors depend heavily on Freytag’s pyramid to analyze life. If you’re dealing with precarious parenthood, queer identity, and debt, author, what is the true narrative shape of your experience?Ariel Gore is a journalist, and teacher.

But even as the narrator struggles to graduate―often the triumphant climax of a dramatic plot―a question uncomfortably lingers. Her memoir atlas of the human Heart was a 2004 finalist for the Oregon Book Award. Her anthology portland queer: Tales of the Rose City won a Lambda Literary Award in 2010 .

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Atlas of the Human Heart: A Memoir

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Seal Press #ad - Like jack kerouac’s intrepid little sister, Ariel Gore spins the spirited story of a vulnerable drifter who takes refuge in the recesses of the human heart. Yet it is in the calm, pregnant and penniless, verdant landscape of rural Italy where, nineteen-year-old Gore’s adventure truly begins. Used book in Good Condition.

. With just a few pennies and her i ching, a change of clothes and a one-way ticket to Hong Kong, a perceptive, wanders bustling, searching Gore makes her way through the labyrinthine customs of Cold-War China, electric Katmandu, and hunkers down in an icy London squat with a prostitute and a boyfriend on the dole.

Atlas of the Human Heart: A Memoir #ad - An illuminating glimpse into the boldly political Gore—creator of HipMama. Com and hip mama magazine—this unflinching memoir offers a poignant exploration of the meaning of home, and surveys the frontiers of both land and heart.

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What Becomes Us

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Outpost19 #ad - A modern-day pioneer in search of a new life, pregnant Evie leaves her abusive husband and lands in a close-knit community divided by local colonial history―a story that goes deep to the roots of the American conscience. As she grows more pregnant, her desires/hunger grows out of control, and threaten to destroy her adopted community.

When she begins teaching at the local high school, she becomes obsessed with an assigned book, The Captivity and Restoration of Mary Rowlandson. This early american classic is the first book written by a woman in the Americas and details Rowlandson's harrowing captivity during King Philip's War in the seventeenth century.

What Becomes Us #ad - Following a near fatal accident, evie, abandons her controlling husband and flees Santa Cruz, a mild-mannered, pregnant school teacher, California for the wilds of western New York. As mary rowlandson's insatiable hunger begins to fill Evie's dreams, Evie wonders if she may actually be haunted. At the same time, Evie becomes obsessed with her neighbor, a married Chilean immigrant.

. She rents a farm house on a dead end road in a seemingly ideal, multi-cultural community. Used book in Good Condition.

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How to Become a Famous Writer Before You're Dead: Your Words in Print and Your Name in Lights

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Three Rivers Press #ad - But just as informative, how to Become a Famous Writer Before You’re Dead is your catapult to lit stardom. Just don’t forget to thank ariel gore for her inspiring, hands-on plan in the acknowledgments page of your first novel! Used book in Good Condition. If you find yourself writing when you should be sleeping and scribbling notes on odd pieces of paper at every stoplight, you might as well enjoy the fruits of your labor.

How to become a famous writer before you’re dead is an irreverent yet practical guide that combines solid writing advice with guerrilla marketing and promotion techniques guaranteed to launch you into print—and into the limelight. This may come as a shock, but brilliant writing and clever wordplay do not a published author make.

How to Become a Famous Writer Before You're Dead: Your Words in Print and Your Name in Lights #ad - True, you’ll actually have to write if you want to be a writer, but ultimately literary success is about much more than putting pen to paper or fingers to keys. You’ll learn how to: • reimagine yourself as a buzz-worthy artist and entrepreneur• get your work and your name out in the world where other people can read it• Be an anthology slut and a brazen self-promoter• Apply real-world advice and experience from lit stars like Dave Barry, Susie Bright, and Dave Eggers to your own careerCheaper than an M.

F. A. Before you snap your pencil in half with frustration, teacher, please consider the advice writer, and self-made lit star Ariel Gore offers in this useful guide to realizing your literary dreams.

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Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Front Lines

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PM Press #ad - Pm Pr. The challenges faced by movements working for antiviolence, anti-imperialist, as well as racial, economic, reproductive, and queer liberation, gender, and food justice are the same challenges that marginalized mothers face every day. Kang, layne russell, karen su, katie kaput, Irene Lara, Lindsey Campbell, Lisa Factora-Borchers, June Jordan, Loretta J.

Bindy K. Ross, mai’a Williams, Malkia A. Used book in Good Condition. Cyril, micaela cadena, noemi Martinez, Mamas of Color Rising, Norma A. Contributors include alba onofrio, autumn brown, fabiola sandoval, cynthia dewi oka, alexis Pauline Gumbs, Claire Barrera, Fabielle Georges, Cheryl Boyce-Taylor, Christy NaMee Eriksen, China Martens, Ariel Gore, Arielle Julia Brown, Esteli Juarez Boyd, Gabriela Sandoval, H.

Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Front Lines #ad - Revolutionary mothering is a movement-shifting anthology committed to birthing new worlds, full of faith and hope for what we can raise up together. An anthology that gives access to the voices of mothers of color and marginalized mothers Revolutionary Mothering: Love on the Frontlines is an anthology that centers mothers of color and marginalized mothers’ voices—women who are in a world of necessary transformation.

Motivated to create spaces for this discourse because of the authors’ passionate belief in the power of a radical conversation about mothering, they have become the go-to people for cutting-edge inspired work on this topic for an overlapping committed audience of activists, scholars, and writers. Marrun, panquetzani, tk karakashian tunchez, Sumayyah Talibah, Victoria Law, Terri Nilliasca, Tara CC Villaba, Rachel Broadwater, and Vivian Chin.

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Bluebird: Women and the New Psychology of Happiness

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Farrar, Straus and Giroux #ad - Worse still, some of these new €œexperts€ seemed hell-bent on proving that women with traditional values and breadwinning husbands€”those who had made €œan effort to expect less, € according to one sociologist€”were more content than women with feminist values. Pm Pr. As she read deeper into the topic, she noticed something disturbing: everyone in this happy land was a man.

Bluebird: Women and the New Psychology of Happiness #ad - . Where twentiethcentury psychology focused on depression and illness, in the new millennium scientists have begun focusing on €œpositive psychology€€”the study of happiness. Ariel gore first became intrigued by this subject when she discovered that Positive Psychology was the most popular course on the Harvard campus.

The more she read the more she wondered: can a woman be smart, empowered, and happy? Determined to find out, Gore began her own €œstudy in livin Used book in Good Condition. Can a woman be smart, empowered, and happy ? happiness has become a serious business.

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How All Politics Became Reproductive Politics: From Welfare Reform to Foreclosure to Trump Reproductive Justice: A New Vision for the 21st Century

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University of California Press #ad - With decreasing wages, rising mcjobs, and no resources for family care, our households have grown ever more precarious over the past forty years in sharply race-and class-stratified ways. Used book in Good Condition. Today all politics are reproductive politics, argues esteemed feminist critic Laura Briggs.

This crisis, fuels all others—from immigration to gay marriage, argues Briggs, anti-feminism to the rise of the Tea Party. Pm Pr. From longer work hours to the election of Donald Trump, our current political crisis is above all about reproduction. Households are where we face our economic realities as social safety nets get cut and wages decline.

How All Politics Became Reproductive Politics: From Welfare Reform to Foreclosure to Trump Reproductive Justice: A New Vision for the 21st Century #ad - Briggs brilliantly outlines how politicians’ racist accounts of reproduction—stories of Black “welfare queens” and Latina “breeding machines"—were the leading wedge in the government and business disinvestment in families.

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The Bride Price

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Minnesota Historical Society Press #ad - Through a trip to thailand, through the birth of another generation, through hard work in the garden, one strong woman seeks reconciliation with another. When mai neng moua decides to get married, wants the groom to follow Hmong custom and pay a bride price, her mother, a widow, which both honors the work the bride's family has done in raising a daughter and offers a promise of love and security from the groom's family.

As she navigates the hmong world of animism, Christianity, and traditional gender roles, she begins to learn what she has not been taught. The couple refuses to participate in the tshoob, on both sides, the traditional Hmong marriage ceremony; many members of their families, stay away from their church wedding.

The Bride Price #ad - Pm Pr. Months later, the families carry out the tshoob without the wedding couple. Used book in Good Condition. Her husband-to-be supports her choice. What happens next is devastating, and it raises questions about the very meaning of being Hmong in America. But even after the bride price has been paid, Mai Neng finds herself outside of Hmong culture and at odds with her mother, not realizing the full meaning of the customs she has rejected.

. Mai neng, who knows the pain this tradition has caused, says no.

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Hexing the Patriarchy: 26 Potions, Spells, and Magical Elixirs to Embolden the Resistance

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Seal Press #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Today's wizarding women are raising hell, exorcising haters, and revving up to fight fire with a fierce inferno of magical outrage. Magic has always been a weapon of the disenfranchised, and in Hexing the Patriarchy, author Ariel Gore offers a playbook for the feminist uprising.

Full of incantations, and witchy wisdom designed protect women and bring down The Man, rituals, enchantments, readers will learn how to . From summoning ancestors to leveraging the Zodiac, these twenty-six alphabetically inspired spells are ready-made recipes for toppling the patriarchy with a dangerously divine, they-never-saw-it-coming power.

Hexing the Patriarchy: 26 Potions, Spells, and Magical Elixirs to Embolden the Resistance #ad - Make salt scrubs to wash away patriarchal bullshitMix potions to run abusive liars out of townUse their bare hands and feet to vanquish bro cultureConjure dead relatives to help smash the system. A magical guide to subverting manboy power, one spell at a timeSkeptics might think witchcraft is nothing more than a fad, but make no mistake: modern witches aren't playing around.

. And more. Pm Pr.

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While the Locust Slept: A Memoir Native Voices

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Minnesota Historical Society Press #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Disclosing his story through flashbacks and relying on research from his own case files, Razor pieces together the shattered fragments of his boyhood into a memoir that reads as compellingly as a novel. Abandoned as an infant at the state public School in Owatonna, Minnesota, Peter Razor is raised by abusive workers who thought of him as nothing more than "a dirty Injun.

Cut off from his family and his heritage, he turns inward, forced to learn about the world on his own. Used book in Good Condition. In stark, haunting prose, first-time author Peter Razor recalls his early years as a ward of the State of Minnesota. After failed attempts to run away from the orphanage, he is indentured by the state to an abusive, reclusive farm family.

While the Locust Slept: A Memoir Native Voices #ad - Razor's stark and often chilling story, like the locust, recalls with haunting clarity the years he, devoid of self-pity, patiently waited to awaken and emerge. Beaten, clothed in rags, and worked like slave labor, poorly fed, he struggles to attend high school and begins to dream of another life. Pm Pr.

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