Eclectopedia Vol. One: Essays On All the Topics
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From the back cover:
After almost a decade publishing essays, reviews, cultural commentary, feminist discourse, and sociological analyses around the Internet, Sezin Koehler’s eclectic catalog of writings are now available in one collection. Koehler’s bylines include The Huffington Post, Wear Your Voice Magazine, The Mary Sue, Sociological Images, Panorama: The Journal of Intelligent Travel, Transitions Abroad, and more.
From her viral takedown of Robin Thicke’s rape anthem “Blurred Lines” to her frank treatise about choosing to remain childfree, Koehler’s essays are thoughtful, insightful, and have a simultaneously personal and global appeal. Her sociological reviews of film, television, and books offer alternative readings from the often-marginalized outsider perspective of a half Sri Lankan, half American, Third Culture Kid, who has lived in 13 countries and 18 cities around the world. Koehler also tackles issues of PTSD, rape, and trauma with open and honest candor, approaching these difficult issues with empathy and eloquence. Her love of the horror genre is also another unique current that runs through this dynamic carnival of words.
This wide-ranging body of work represents Koehler’s own social and cultural diversity, as well as an always-developing and enriching intersectional feminist consciousness.