"Shine Together" recognize that surrounding ourselves with the best doesn’t make us look worse by comparison. In fact, it makes us shine brighter. Together. It’s time to embrace the fact that success is not finite. It’s not a resource that can be used up or run out. One woman’s success doesn’t negate another’s. Success - female success in particular - is limitless, contagious, and something to be celebrated.
Antwerp is a novella by the Chilean author Roberto Bolaño. It was written in 1980 but only published in 2002, a year before the author's death. Considered by Bolaño's literary executor Ignacio Echevarría to be the big bang of the Bolaño universe, the loose prose-poem novel was written when Bolaño was 27. Antwerp is short and fragmentary, composed of 56 pieces (which could be seen as vignettes or sketches) with a loose narrative structure. Though there are some recurring characters and story lines, there is no central narrative.