BY JACKLYN JANEKSELA Science claims the bilingual to be of two characters, of two people. The shift doesn’t happen consciously, at least not that I’ve noticed; however, I am certain that I do not express myself in the same way between the two languages.
[REVIEW] Super Extra Grande by Yoss
Restless Books June 2016 REVIEWED BY Gabino Iglesias — Science fiction is a place where minority authors have brilliantly mixed the possibilities of the future with the sociopolitical problems of their time.
[REVIEW] One With the Tiger: Sublime and Violent Encounters Between Humans and Animals by Steven Church
Soft Skull Press November 2016 300 pages REVIEWED BY Hollynn Huitt — Steven Church is betting that you’ve stood outside of a lion enclosure at the zoo and, for at least one long second, thought about jumping in.