The House is a Woman: A Review of Maison Femme: a fiction by Teresa Carmody with illustrations by Vanessa PlaceAndrea Lambert
“This may not be about you, but it’s definitely about your friends.” A review of Teresa Carmody’s new book MAISON FEMME: a fiction, out from Bon Aire Projects.
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