Posts in Lit
"Vanishing Twins" Dances Through A Non-Linear Storyline

Leah Dieterich’s writing is precisely executed and peppered with gorgeous prose, utilizing ballet metaphors to tell a personal and astonishing story. At times academic, the Soft Skull release is nonetheless captivating.

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"Something Bright, Then Holes" Filled with Profundity and Connotation

MacArthur Fellow Maggie Nelson’s 2007 reissue is easily one of the best books of 2018. Candid and heartfelt, Nelson’s narration blurs the lines between poetry and storytelling fluently and with thoughtful contemplation.

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"Animals Eat Each Other" Finds Sympathy in Shitty People

Elle Nash’s characters in her new book are neither good or bad, just twisted in a volatile threeway filled with obsession, manipulation and the ruins of love and sexuality.

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