Book and Snack Pairing: Flavored Hershey’s Kisses

My plan for this Book and Snack Pairing post series is to taste snacks (two new and one old favorite) and pair them with romances (two recent first time reads and one old favorite). The romances reflect my reading habits, so they tend contemporary, and are a mix of pairings and groupings. I am marking … Continue reading Book and Snack Pairing: Flavored Hershey’s Kisses

Guest Post: Bookish Chanukah Gift Recs from Shira Glassman

Guest post by Shira Glassman Hi, everyone! Corey thought it might be fun if I made a small guide to the paperback books you might buy your friends for Chanukah, which incidentally is earlyish this year -- the first candle is lit during the first weekend in December. If there are trigger warnings for the … Continue reading Guest Post: Bookish Chanukah Gift Recs from Shira Glassman

Review of A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns

A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns by Archie Bongiovanni  and Tristan Jimerson. Limerence Press. 2018. This is a non-fiction comics guide to using they/them pronouns written by a cis man and a non-binary person. I have mixed feelings about this book which can basically be summed up as: it's kinda okay, I guess, but has some problems and may be helpful to … Continue reading Review of A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns

Character Interview with Claude from No Man of Woman Born

  I adored Ana Mardoll's collection of rewoven tales, No Man of Woman Born, a book that centers trans and/or non-binary characters who break, subvert and fulfill gendered prophesies. The prophecies know the MC's gender even if others around them do not, and I love that this magical gender affirmation is at the center of … Continue reading Character Interview with Claude from No Man of Woman Born