Around age twenty-five, I had the blunt experience of looking at my bookshelves and noticing that my bookshelves were filled almost exclusively with books by men. Which was fine, I wasn’t going to get in a rage about it, I loved those books that I had read. But I was unsettled, since my bookshelves meant either there were no good books by women, or I had somehow read in such a way as to avoid them all.

Rivka Galchen, “The Only Thing I Envy Men,” an excerpt from the author’s forthcoming book

UCampus
Posted on 3/21/2016
comments powered by Disqus