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The award for most amazing paperback announcement

… goes to Miranda July. Her short story collection, No One Belongs Here More Than You (which includes an amazing story about a bisexual couple’s relocation to Portland and subsequent break-up) is now available in paperback, but don’t let us tell you. Let her. It’s much more entertaining.


Miranda July gets Bust-ed

Our favorite queer renaissance woman, Miranda July, is on the cover of the latest issue of faux-feminist magazine, Bust. The interview is worth a read if an acquaintance happens to still subscribe and keep it on her coffee table, as MJ discusses her creative process and incredible envious life of waking up and wondering “what will I do today?”

Although, the letter from the editor’s reference to Miranda as being “Girl-Crush Worthy!!!” is enough to make you cringe and trash the rag. Even the girl-on-girl one-handed read can’t make this magazine as inclusive and it claims to be. We recommend listening to MJ’s podcast interview with Bookworm instead.