book review


Know My Name by Chanel Miller is a painfully moving memoir written by the survivor of the infamous 2016 Brock Turner case. The case broke national headlines when the judge levied an outrageously lenient sentence on 19 year-old rapist Turner, and has since sparked important discourse on the flawed American justice system and its favoring of white male narratives. In her book, Miller broke her silence by shining light on the injustices that women face in modern courts. Her heartbreaking story is truly worth the read, as she reclaims her identity after being demeaned and marginalized by the media and press coverage of the case.

“Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow” by Gabrielle Zevin is a poignant coming-of-age story that explores themes of creativity, collaboration, love and identity, while also detailing the importance of human connection in the creative process. Zevin’s newest novel chronicles the artistic journey of two game designers, “often in love,…