The Inheritance of a Colonial Past: On ‘Assembly’, by Natasha Brown

TW: Mentions of racial discrimination. My experience with Assembly as a really short audiobook was full of pauses because of the way it made me introspect. This tiny book packed a punch in the ways it broke down the mantle of privilege, race, gender, and power. Do not be misled by its size (like IContinue reading “The Inheritance of a Colonial Past: On ‘Assembly’, by Natasha Brown”

Be Careful with the Favors You Accept:A Review of ‘Small Favors’ by Erin Craig

If you keep up with my blog or have seen any of my previous posts you know that in August I read and loved “A House of Salt and Sorrows” by Erin Craig. At the time I was reading the book, Erin Craig’s newest book “Small Favors” came out. I decided to read it sinceContinue reading “Be Careful with the Favors You Accept:A Review of ‘Small Favors’ by Erin Craig”