On the last weekend of February, I went into a fugue state and 48 hours later, woke up to discover that I had posted a vlog on the YouTubes: → Lire ce billet en français And, nearly five years after I
I read Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Mansfield Park, Persuasion, Emma, and Northanger Abbey for the very first time this year. Here's what I thought about each entry into the Jane Austen canon!
This summer I read CL Polk's Witchmark, Tamsyn Muir's Gideon The Ninth, and Lindsay Ellis' Axiom's End. Here are my first impressions!
Whenever someone complains about how the second-person point of view just doesn’t work for them, I think they should give Jamaica Kincaid’s short story Girl a solid read.
There is one particular short story in The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis that I’ve adored since the very first time I read it, called Cockroaches in Autumn.
There is a linguistic thread that runs through The Truth About Owls that I keep catching myself thinking about.