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Book reviews: Little book of life hacks, Drawing is magic, Crafting with feminism, How to start a revolution

In the beginning of January I set myself a New Year’s resolution of reading at least 20 books this year and I’m already at 19 now. It might be silly to count the books I’m reading but it really helps … Continue reading

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Book reviews: Living out Loud, Hello Cruel World, Little Book of Craftivism

I read quite some books in the past year, here are some I haven’t reviewed elsewhere but enjoyed reading a lot. They range from self-care to creative activism. Living out Loud – Keri Smith If you’re a bit stuck creatively … Continue reading

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Book review: The Archival Turn in Feminism

The Archival Turn in Feminism: Outrage in Order – Kate Eichhorn How could I not have picked up this book from the anarchist bookshop Fort Van Sjakoo in Amsterdam? It’s about several of my biggest passions: archives, libraries, zines, riot grrrl, … Continue reading

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Book review: Map Art Lab

I’m not only a fan of zines and comics, but I also absolutely obsess over maps. I find them beautiful in themselves and of course extremely useful. Maybe they also remind me of treasure hunts and pirate stories. I used … Continue reading

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