[INTERVIEW] HAUNTINGS, HUMOR, POETRY, AND DOGS – AN INTERVIEW WITH KIMMY WALTERS
INTERVIEW BY MANDY SHUNNARAH – Whether she’s writing about the endless curiosity of the body, the challenges that accompany being a feminist who isn’t afraid to defend her autonomy, the humor of living in a semi-rural area, or the wisdom of dogs, Kimmy Walters will delight you.
[REVIEW] Human Acts by Han Kang
Hogarth Books, 2017 REVIEWED BY MATT LEWIS — Can something be called a war crime, if there was no war? If a government truly wishes to obliterate the occurrence of a despicable act they committed, can they do so with only a well-placed bullet or torture or destruction of physical evidence? Or do they accidentally
[REVIEW] VHS and Why it’s Hard to Live by Tatiana Ryckman
Zoo Cake Press, 2016 REVIEWED BY MATHEW SERBACK — Tatiana Ryckman is the voice inside of my head. Maybe I feel this way because we are both from Cleveland, Ohio. Or maybe it’s because we both migrated to big cities in Texas.