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Nicolette Westfall is an interdisciplinary artist slash environmental activist from Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Her writing and photography have been published in a few places, including Neon Magazine, The Binnacle, and Pushing out the Boat.
2006, 34 minutes Review by Nicolette Westfall Lori Benson potently documents her abrupt transition from new mother to a patient wi...
by Nicolette Westfall In My Happy Life, Lydia Millet takes the view that the members of society that do not fit in are insane to v...
by Nicolette Westfall I wasn’t attracted to the book initially, because it has a yellow and pink cover, with ironing board, pear...
by Nicolette Westfall I’ll never forget one of the first times I came over to The Gentleman’s house, where he lived with his p...
by Nicolette Westfall Well, I did it: I got through all 578 pages of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s The Minister’s Wooing. I ...
by Nicolette Westfall Single hood —it is a fate that not many choose, but it is far more appetizing for this body than the alter...
by Nicolette Westfall There are so many angles the issue of getting drunk and losing control can take. I decided to go with the an...
by Nicolette Westfall In Ravens of Avalon, a fictionalized account of historical first century Celtic Queen Boudica, rape is displ...
by Nicolette Westfall Imagine you are oh, say, 28, and your boyfriend is, say, 81, and you have come to the realization that in ju...
by Nicolette Westfall Continuing on from the Blog for Choice Day post about women and reproductive rights, today’s piece looks a...
by Nicolette Westfall Margaret Atwood’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” originally published in 1985, offered a stiff warning about...
by Suzanne Schlosberg Warner Books, New York, 2004 reviewed by Nicolette Westfall Although I am not well-known, I share several co...