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1. Their Eyes Were Watching God
"First published amid controversy in 1937, then rescued from obscurity four decades later, the novel narrates Janie Crawford's ripening from a vibrant, but voiceless, teenage girl into a woman with her finger on the trigger of her own destiny. Although Hurston wrote the novel in only seven weeks, Their Eyes Were Watching God breathes and bleeds a whole life's worth of urgent experience."
SOURCE: NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS
2. Boy Parts by Eliza Clark
Darkly comic novel about Irina who obsessively takes explicit photographs of the average-looking men she scouts from the streets of Newcastle. Placed on sabbatical from her dead-end bar job, she is offered an exhibition at a London gallery, promising to revive her art career and offering an escape from her rut of drugs, alcohol, violence and extreme cinema. Abbott Elementary
|"HOSHIKUZU" by Sarai Mari|
3. Piranesi by Susanna Clarke
An unusual novel about a man who might be named Piranesi, who might be one of only a few people alive in his strange world. His world is a series of rooms and vestibules, with an underground ocean, enormous staircases, and statues filling each room. He spends his time exploring and cataloguing the seemingly infinite halls and statues, before learning there might be more than he can see.
|"Thinking Blind - Original (Silver)" by IvIvI|
4. Abbott Elementary
*Not a book, but a favorite show recently*
This lighthearted and humorous show depicts the hectic and eventful daily lives of elementary school teachers at Abbott Elementary. Reminiscent of The Office, Abbot Elementary finds humor and cheer in the ordinary. It’s the perfect *feel good* show I can tune into when I feel overwhelmed after scrolling hours through IG reels of 3 month-old Tik Toks. So these selected works is sort of inspired by the *feel good* element I chase after.
"small plants " by Joseph O'Neal