With or without a significant other, love stories are a MUST for everyone this month. Here are some of romances coming your way in 2021
When you look back on your time in lockdown, and consider all of the craziness we experienced together but apart, don't scroll endlessly through your 2020 messages, pull your Keepster book from the shelf!
As the latest instalment in the Bookstr Talks series, we hosted a timezone-crossing conversation with the hosts of the 'Call Your Girlfriend' podcast.
Long-distance BFFs, podcast co-hosts, and now authors, Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman's new book shares just how important friendship is.
I know, I know. This is a super cheesy topic to write about, but hear me out: in a time like this, where we are required to distance ourselves from others, one comes to appreciate certain things a little more. We can most definitely stay in touch with people online and over the phone, and I would say that these are excellent ways to socialize.
All the same, a time like this also makes us realize how lucky we are to have these people in our lives. And while I can wax poetic about friendship, I think I’ll just let these poems do it for me.
Here are five poems about friends and friendship:
1. “impossible friendships” by adam zagajewski
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2. “To My Excellent Lucasia, on Our Friendship” by Katherine philips
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4. “grand expensive vista” by andrew hudgins
image via Country living magazine
5. “the friend” by matt hart
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