“Femonomic” is a collection of storytelling poetry about love, loss, society, and everyday life. It is split into various categories at the start with ironic and funny quotations, and each category serves a different purpose. It deals with different kinds of pain and love as according to her, they co-exist. It is in all its ways a celebration of love. It takes readers through a journey of life’s brutal, funny, and random moments and seeks humor in them because if you just want to look, it’s everywhere. The themes covered are extremely relevant and highly emotive. Before the apocalypse, the book is a wake-up call to society.
“Femonomic” is authored by Lovey Chaudhury. The author has come up with one of the first storytelling poetry books. The title of the book reflects the clear message conveyed by the versatile author. Sure, the book is bold and funny, but for people who raise fingers at women for almost anything and everything, it is a riot. A girl child or a woman is always on the pyre and that’s the notion Lovey wants to break through her poems and perspective.
Lovey started a website “Femonomic” after mastering in Journalism and Mass Communication, clearing NET, and 7 years later published a book with the same name “Femonomic.” She has written nearly 400 articles on subjects close to her heart.
Lovey’s debut novel talks about survivors and their families who are more shamed than the culprit by society. She also gives voice to voiceless who succumbed to a misogynistic mindset. A girl child, a child or a woman are held responsible for violence, abuse and crime dawned upon them. The author questions the numbing mindset and deteriorating social norms of frequent blaming tournaments. She challenges the numbing mentality and weakening social norms that don’t disregard any rape of a child or woman.
Being a strong woman of substance, Lovey writes about such serious issues in a bold but light-hearted and sarcastic manner. Her writing triggers more because what she talks about is real. It’s everyday life. It’s the mindset we come across everyday online or offline.
She burrows deep into your psyche and sensitizes your mind in an unthinkable manner. She makes you become a part of her vulnerable writing. She describes what she feels like to be lost, to be cherished, and to be strong on your own. This collection, while in many ways simple, addresses some of the darkest and most hopeful matters of the human heart. If you enjoy marinating in your feelings or if you often ponder topics like the girl child, rising rapes, love and relationships, or what it means to love in different forms, I would recommend you check out “Femonomic”.
She talks about love, society and life and basically about anything and everything under the sun except the Sun. “Femonomic” is brutal, sarcastic and funny. Every poem is extremely personal, vulnerable, and beautiful in its own way.