Excerpt from andrea bennett's Like a Boy But Not a Boy in The Walrus
Of the book, Walrus editor Carmine Starnino has written: "andrea bennett brings to the traditional tasks of the personal essay - radical candour, alertness to sensations and ideas - an exciting political intensity. Consistently interesting, bennett's prose is lucid and provocative, and her insights often take turns you don't expect. Like a Boy but Not a Boy transforms the exploration of self and world into high-stakes writing."
You can read the excerpt here.