by Sarah O'Malley Graham || I plant seeds like prayers
by Willow Barnosky || Inside a glass box, on a small pedestal, a sculpture of a green woman calls to me.
Reviewed by Molly McCracken || Jia Tolentino has been dubbed the spokesperson for the millennial mindset.
by Cathleen Davies || I think I owe a thank you to the girl with long black hair - twisted and clipped up in seminars, trailing down her back in dresses and up my nose when she lay next to me at night.
Reviewed by Clare Bogen || Tennis Lessons is an incredibly relatable, poignant portrait of young womanhood.
by Lucia Tang || The gymnast’s mother worked on Minoan Crete, and she loved it the way the gymnast once loved gymnastics.
by Anna Vaught || She was famous, too, as a sort of glamorous defective.
Reviewed by Terri-Jane Dow | “The Witch is dead,” proclaims the blurb of Fernanda Melchor’s incredible (and incredibly violent) Hurricane Season.
Reviewed by Terri-Jane Dow
In March, we'll be reading Francine Toon's debut novel, Pine.