Twyla Tharp’s The Creative Habit
Twyla Tharp – The Creative Habit – why read it, why care about what a dancer is saying even – or, more to the point, especially when you’re not a dancer? 
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M Train by Patti Smith
Kimberly and Jane find Patti Smith still on fire in her latest book, M Train, as she lights up everyday life and loss by adding the spark of imagination to every event, small or large. 
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Kimberly and Jane, ever vigilant for cracks in the cultural egg that open paths toward a greater integration of female sexuality with healthy female sensibility, take an in-depth look at Jalala Bonheim’s book, Aphrodite’s Daughters. 
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The Female Quixote
Jane and Kimberly review an older book that reveals what happens when a woman, of any time period, lets loose her own wild imagination. 
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From Foundation to Formidable: Circe (2018)
Jane and Kimberly roam the halls of the gods with Circe, a New York Times bestseller written from a woman’s insider view of living in the times of Odysseus that, finally, arouses a uniquely feminine mythopoeic excitement.
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Crack in the Cosmic Egg
Jane and Kimberly wonder about the cracks occurring in our culturally shaped realities of being a woman and what new meaning lies ahead.
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Girls and Sex
Jane and Kimberly take different tracks reacting to must-read book, Girls and Sex, but both end up agreeing that truth and honesty about sex for girls and boys are more needed, not less, in the fast times of Internet.
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Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books
Jane and Kimberly find answers that ring true to the culturally ripe question – what do women want? – in Azar Nafisi’s insights into what happens to the natural female self in a society with oppressive practices against women.
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Love Medicine
Jane and Kimberly enter an imaginary North American Indian world introduced by Louise Erdrich in her first novel, Love Medicine, where the women never lack personhood, the land never lacks spirit, the men never lack legend and the children grow up wise. Read here…

The Way of Woman
Revisiting Helen Luke’s The Way of Woman: Awakening the Perennial Feminine Kimberly and Jane revisit Helen Luke’s effort to rout out, in her time, a woman’s hidden vein of self-criticism as she competed for accomplishment in society. They aim, one more time, to free the feminine to flow openly into the full appreciation that’s needed to balance the masculine in our world today. Read here…