Short Stories by Black Authors

Today is the last day of February, which means Black History Month is ending. But, that doesn’t mean that you should stop reading books by Black authors! It’s so important to me to diversify my reading and seek out authors who offer a new and exciting perspective. If you’re looking for more of that in your own reading, try pickingContinue reading “Short Stories by Black Authors”

Two Quick Reads

Hello hello and welcome to February! In honor of this short month, I have a couple reviews for quick reads I picked up last week. When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain by Nghi Vo A cleric and their guide travel up a mountain where they find themselves at the mercy of three tigers. ToContinue reading “Two Quick Reads”

A House is a Body

A House is a Body by Shruti Swamy A House is a Body is an immersive and provocative collection of short stories blurring the line between dreams and reality and exploring themes of identity, desire, and modernity. Though each story stands alone, they are all driven by complex female characters. This is Shruti Swamy’s debutContinue reading “A House is a Body”