Nicole Froio

Nicole Froio is a Brazilian journalist currently based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She writes about feminism, human rights, politics, mental health issues, pop culture, books and the media. She was born in São Paulo but moved a lot as a kid, which hinders her ability to root down in only one place in adulthood. Her favorite genres of book are fantasy, YA fiction, romance and any book that requires the main character to find themselves. An avid intersectional feminist, her tolerance for bigotry is extremely low. Blog: Words by Nicole Froio Twitter: @NicoleFroio

Libraries Are My Safe Space

Libraries are more than information centers; they give us a place to escape and feel safe.

What Can We Expect from Fantastic Beasts? A Potterhead Explains Her Great Expectations

A Potterhead on her expectations for the newest movie in JK Rowling's Potter universe.

Down With the Bro-Volution: Top 10 Books By Revolutionary Women

A response to a list of "revolutionary" books from The Guardian that contained zero women.

English Language Privilege: On Translation and Culture

How to Raise a Well-Read Woman

What Can a Woman Do With a Camera? A Practical Example

My 10 Favorite Bookish Feelings

What Can a Global Feminist Book Club Do?

Rioters’ Recommendations for Emma Watson’s Book Club

Literary Tourism: Alnwick, United Kingdom

How to Hit Your Reading Goals While in College

My Rory Gilmore Story

Social Anxiety for Book Readers: Etiquette Questions

Suffragette Movie: 3 Alternative Books to Read

Go With the Flo: Books I Read Once a Month