Robert Hough’s Dr. Brinkley’s Tower (2012)

2020-08-19T08:27:48-05:00

In which I chat about reading Dr. Brinkley's Tower in a single day. (You can't build a tower that quickly, but you can read about it.) Admittedly, I shuffled this volume amongst my stack of current reads for weeks before I started reading. (There is always a book in there that

Robert Hough’s Dr. Brinkley’s Tower (2012)2020-08-19T08:27:48-05:00

Girls for sale: at what cost?

2014-03-15T19:44:56-05:00

Not in your neighbourhood, right? When you think about trafficking, you think of "Thai girls in shackles", or "Russian girls held at gunpoint by the mob", or "illegal border crossings, fake passports, and captivity". You don't think of Americans trafficking Americans; that doesn't happen to American girls. You

Girls for sale: at what cost?2014-03-15T19:44:56-05:00

Nalo Hopkinson’s The Salt Roads (2003)

2021-02-01T11:28:24-05:00

Nalo Hopkinson The Salt Roads Warner Books, 2003 Reading Nalo Hopkinson’s work makes me stretch. I don’t mean that literally: I pretzel myself to avoid interruption so I can read just one more story, just one more chapter, really, just one more page. But even when my legs are wedged

Nalo Hopkinson’s The Salt Roads (2003)2021-02-01T11:28:24-05:00
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