Here and Elsewhere: Mexico City

2020-09-29T14:01:35-05:00

So far, this has been the city which has added the most titles to my TBR and I borrowed more library books than I could read before I flipped the page to the next month. Even before my reading officially started, I was reading Eduardo Galeano’s Upside Down: A

Here and Elsewhere: Mexico City2020-09-29T14:01:35-05:00

Alix E. Harrow’s The Ten Thousand Doors of January (2019)

2019-09-10T15:13:38-05:00

Under 1%. That's how many publisher recommendations and reading copies have slipped into my stacks this year (apart from paid review work). Because my policy has always been to review every book I'm sent, I've always been very particular about what makes it to my post box. But recently

Alix E. Harrow’s The Ten Thousand Doors of January (2019)2019-09-10T15:13:38-05:00

Daniel Heath Justice’s Why Indigenous Literatures Matter (2018)

2019-05-19T17:00:35-05:00

Beginning today, June 1st, through June 21, I am sharing a recommended read by an indigenous author each day on Twitter. Today, here, thoughts on Daniel Heath Justice’s Why Indigenous Literatures Matter (2017). I’ve also recently discussed the new Thomas King mystery set in Chinook, and there will be

Daniel Heath Justice’s Why Indigenous Literatures Matter (2018)2019-05-19T17:00:35-05:00

May 2016, In My Stacks

2018-07-11T14:56:14-05:00

How much of your reading is non-fiction? Does it fluctuate, or are you committed to reading (or not reading) it? When others were participating in non-fiction November last year, and actually reading a lot of the books that I'd been kinda-half-sorta thinking about reading, I realised that tending towards fiction

May 2016, In My Stacks2018-07-11T14:56:14-05:00
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