2018, in retrospective

I can't believe it's January already. The last two months of 2018 were a bit of a blur, and both reading and reviewing fell a little to the side for me, priority-wise. It was a momentous year, though, so I guess I should be excused - among other things, in the last couple of months, …

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[ARC] Creatures: The Legacy of Frankenstein, edited by David Thomas Moore

I read this book courtesy of the publisher and NetGalley. All opinions are my own. Crossposted to GoodReads. A collection of stories about Frankenstein's Monster, published right in time for the 200th anniversary of the original monster's conception, offers a rich range of reinterpretations and rewritings. Themes of monstrosity are a given, but we have …

Pride month update

I remember when June was beginning and I was bright-eyed and bushy-tailed and ambitious. Do you? I was going to read SO MUCH lesbian fiction. I was going to read so many different queer books. I was going to read the world and then some. Let's just say I closed important work projects instead, and …