Portland author Whitney Otto reads from her new novel, Eight Girls Taking Pictures.
What we said: "'It was so needlessly trusting to see something every day and not for one minute consider that there is an underneath,' thinks one of the eight protagonists in Portland author Whitney Otto’s Eight Girls Taking Pictures. Although the character is lamenting her unrequited love, her quote could just as easily be applied to the book’s two inextricably bound themes of photography and feminism. With both, there is always another layer beneath the surface that bewilders, subverts, and surprises." Read the full review of Eight Girls Taking Pictures.
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