Review: “What Willow Says” by Lynn Buckle

How do you fill the gaps where no words exist? That’s the question at the heart of What Willow Says, a novel which follows the interactions of a deaf granddaughter and her grandmother as the two connect over their shared love of nature. What Willow Says is author Lynn Buckle’s second novel, both published with epoque press. It’s a short book – coming in at … Continue reading Review: “What Willow Says” by Lynn Buckle

Review : ‘Elatsoe’ by Darcie Little Badger, Illustrations by Rovina Cai

Prachi Pati *CONTENT WARNING: DEATH, XENOPHOBIA, SOME TORTURE AND GORE, MURDER.* Isn’t it great when you discover a book that is under hyped or was never on your radar and you just happened to stumble upon it and it made you really happy? Which is one such book you stumbled upon recently and loved and would recommend to everyone? Elatsoe, written by Darcie Little Badger, … Continue reading Review : ‘Elatsoe’ by Darcie Little Badger, Illustrations by Rovina Cai

‘Gotta Get Theroux This’ – Book Review

By Michael A. Arnold Celebrities often seem more than mere human beings, somehow, so the best autobiography from one is both relatable and revealing. Since the 1990s, Louis Theroux has been a symbol of quirky TV documentaries, most famous for Weird Weekends and When Louis Meets. Both series focused attention on people outside of the mainstream: Neo-Nazis, alien truthers, porn actors and brothel owners. Theroux … Continue reading ‘Gotta Get Theroux This’ – Book Review