Here's the round-up from between the 30th of March and the 12th of April, 2019.
This week: a post-apocalyptic novel by Aliette de Bodard in the ruins of Paris, the ethics of mining trauma for literature by Lindsay Nixon, the inimitable Fierce Femmes and Notorious Liars by Kai Cheng Thom, a critical look at IWD in Québec by Émilie Nicholas in Le Devoir, and more!
This week, I look at the second novel of the Ciel series by Sophie Labelle, an interview with Julie Michaud, the book Black Writers Matter by Whitney French, the comic The Thread That Binds by Noel Arthur Heimpel, and much more...
On a bright, late April day, Squinky walked up to the third floor of a typical Plateau triplex and rang the bell. I put on a kettle and made a pot of jasmine tea. The cat came out to greet
Pronouns, sexual attraction, bodies, parental acceptance, privilege and passing, these are some of the topics in the conversation between Quark and Lex in the videogame Conversations We Have In My Head by Squinky. Quark and Lex are former lovers, who
Spoilers, and perhaps rampant speculation, ahead. If you have not played Bloom I highly recommend you go play it right now first. Bloom by Caelyn Sandel is a serial fiction about a trans woman named Cordelia who comes to terms