Here and Elsewhere: Amsterdam

2020-12-01T12:01:48-05:00

When I was a girl, I was obsessed with The Diary of Anne Frank. I reread the first half of it so many times that that part of the spine sheds specks of paper; a couple of years ago, I finally finished reading. Because I knew how it ended,

Here and Elsewhere: Amsterdam2020-12-01T12:01:48-05:00

Wendy McGrath’s Trilogy and Poetry

2020-11-19T15:05:04-05:00

Spoiler: I absolutely loved Wendy McGrath’s trilogy and it’s one of my 2020 standout reading experiences. In the upcoming Winter issue of Herizons, you can read my review of Wendy McGrath’s final novel in her Edmonton trilogy, Broke City (2019). (Herizons is a Canadian feminist magazine, which I

Wendy McGrath’s Trilogy and Poetry2020-11-19T15:05:04-05:00

Storytellers: Atlantic Canada (1 of 3)

2020-10-14T13:59:31-05:00

Another reader’s passion can be contagious. Unhook your mask and breathe in deeply. Naomi’s dedication to reading writers from Atlantic Canada ignited my curiosity. (Check out her project here, along with pages dedicated to the Halifax Explosion and regional literary awards on Consumed by Ink.) When I checked my

Storytellers: Atlantic Canada (1 of 3)2020-10-14T13:59:31-05:00

Here and Elsewhere: San Francisco

2020-06-19T16:36:20-05:00

Everything I knew about cities, when I was a girl, I learned from stories. One novel that stood out for me was Marilyn Sachs’ Amy Moves In, a story which has a family moving into an apartment in a city, where Amy has to start at a new school

Here and Elsewhere: San Francisco2020-06-19T16:36:20-05:00

Margarita Engle #WorldLiteratureToday

2020-03-11T17:37:48-05:00

This literary magazine has been adding to my TBR for years. Its coverage has consistently been outstanding and now I’m thrilled to say that I’m making a very small contribution to its pages as well. In this issue I review Québécoise author, Audrée Wilhelmy’s new novel in translation,

Margarita Engle #WorldLiteratureToday2020-03-11T17:37:48-05:00
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