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A brown-skinned, long-haired person sits on their bed, reading a book. They sit under a thicker pink and white comforter, followed by a blue sheet, on a mattress that is light blue. Their pillow (pink, similar to the quilt), is on the floor, next to a mug of coffee. A magazine is under the bed, peeking out. Behind them is a tall lamp with a red lampshade, against yellow walls. The sky outside appears through their window, a dark blue with stars.

Skin Stories: Essays on Sexuality, Disability and Gender: A Book Review

In the first sentence that introduces this thoughtful compilation of essays, editor Shreya Ila Anasuya notes, "Stories make up the fabric...

Stoned, Shamed, Depressed by Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava: A Book Review

Never have two words changed a society, especially one like ours that resists change so intensely, as much as 'social media'....
Book cover of 'The Collected Schizophrenias' Essays by Esme Waijung Wang

The Collected Schizophrenias by Esmé Weijun Wang: A Book Review

Esmé Weijun Wang The Collected Schizophrenias presents a body of essays by Taiwanese-American author Esmé Weijun Wang that take you through...
Front cover of the book Young Mental Health

Young Mental Health: Mindscape Series – A Book Review

As I grapple with the unforeseen changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, I feel both elated and weighed down. Elated,...

‘I’ve Never Been (Un) Happier’ by Shaheen Bhatt: A Book Review

'I’ve Never Been (Un) Happier' is Shaheen Bhatt's first-person account of living with depression for almost twenty years. Shaheen Bhatt is a...