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The best of literary halloween

Halloween. For some, it’s a chance to dress up “in lingerie and some form of animal ears” as a wise woman named Cady Heron once told us. 113 more words

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EAT MEN LIKE AIR: Feminist Literary Halloween Costumes (Part 3)

(Part 1 and Part 2 of this series appeared last week.)

Yikes, you guys! Halloween is almost here! Do you have a costume yet? Never fear—if your… 3,550 more words

Halloween Costumes Part 2: Literary Lovelies

As Outreach staff, we enjoy the opportunity to serve as walking billboards. Lizz’s post features some fantastic costume ideas. They are witty; I laughed out loud. 423 more words

Friday Culture Watch: What to Read, Listen, Make, and Do.

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Recently I was in a writing workshop where a classmate offered his take on writer Joan Didion: too white, too insulated, too rich, too elite. 510 more words

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EAT MEN LIKE AIR: Feminist Literary Halloween Costumes (Part 2)

Following Thursday’s post featuring old-timey literary women, here are ideas for costumes inspired by more recent feminist literature and art—including ideas for group costumes! 2,003 more words

THIS YEAR, EAT MEN LIKE AIR: Your 2014 Guide to DIY Literary Feminist Halloween Costumes (Part 1)

Everybody knows that women shouldn’t just be a Sexy _____ for Halloween. Instead, you should be something empowering, like a cool empress or goddess or inventor from… 3,743 more words

10 Bookish Costume Ideas for Halloween

Halloween is just around the corner! If you’re looking for a costume idea, we’ve collected our top 10 literature-inspired outfits here by level of difficulty, so you can look bookishly awesome no matter how much time you have on your hands. 367 more words

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