All tagged 2016

2015 was a banner year for women writers, particularly young up and comers such as Lauren Holmes and Alexandra Kleeman, both debut authors whose work received a great deal of critical acclaim. Kleeman and Holmes are just two amongst many of the many impressive women writers that left us excited and eager to see what 2016 and the coming years have in store for them. So, without further ado, six books to keep you sane over winter break:

We Don’t Have a Trump Problem, We Have a Republican Voter Problem

Any time a candidate for president of the United States makes the kind of statements that Trump has made and continues to consistently top the polls in the Republican Party’s race, that is a story worth covering. However, the media seems unwilling to take the Trump phenomenon to its natural conclusion: that Trump has flourished for such a sustained period of time is less an indictment of Donald Trump, but rather says far more about the constituents of the Republican Party.