Exhibit Review: Letters to Hop Alley

Letters to Hop Alley was phenomenal. Anya and Georgia did an amazing job of creating an exhibit that was both artistic and historical, emotionally evocative and well-researched, humanizing and soul-searching. Reading the small red cursive print forced me to really pay attention to its words, reminded me of history exhibits with old loopy words scrawled … Continue reading Exhibit Review: Letters to Hop Alley

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Review: The Butcher’s Wife and Other Stories – Li Ang

Trigger warning: rape, abuse, violence. Also spoilers. The Butcher's Wife - I was excited about this story because I read the foreword, which talked about how it was inspired by a Shanghai news story wherein a woman murdered her husband to escape abuse. Li Ang wanted to write about this story from a feminist perspective … Continue reading Review: The Butcher’s Wife and Other Stories – Li Ang