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Toward Eternity: A Novel By Anton Hur Cover Image
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Published: HarperVia - July 9th, 2024

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The Last Phi Hunter By Salinee Goldenberg, Ilya Nazarov (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Salinee Goldenberg, Ilya Nazarov (Illustrator)
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Published: Angry Robot - April 9th, 2024

Ghostroots: Stories By 'Pemi Aguda Cover Image
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Published: W. W. Norton & Company - May 7th, 2024

When We Were Sisters: A Novel By Fatimah Asghar Cover Image
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Published: One World - August 1st, 2023

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Elena Knows By Claudia Piñeiro, Frances Riddle (Translator) Cover Image
By Claudia Piñeiro, Frances Riddle (Translator)
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Published: Charco Press - July 13th, 2021

The course of this novel follows 24 hours in a day for Elena, a woman in her 60s who has Parkinson's. Instead of measuring her day in hours, she counts how many pills she has taken, which are essential for her to control her own body. This day is significant because she is traveling across the city to see Isabel, the last person she has hope will investigate her daughter, Rita's, death with her. Elena is tenacious and stubborn; she knows her daughter couldn't have hung herself in the church, because Rita always avoided churches on rainy days. Elena's journey ends up being an exploration of how the disabled are treated, how well we actually know our loved ones, and surprisingly, abortion.


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Published: Counterpoint - March 5th, 2024

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Self-Mythology: Poems (Miller Williams Poetry Prize) By Saba Keramati Cover Image
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Published: University of Arkansas Press - March 21st, 2024

One phrase I'd like to share before digging into this collection is "Salvation / from the self is all I have ever asked for". A central thread throughout SELF-MYTHOLOGY is Keramati's struggle to place herself in the world as someone who doesn't fit into a box. She is half Iranian and half Chinese, and the first (only) child of her immigrant parents. Thus, she is stuck between many worlds but cannot definitively locate herself into any. Through this exploration of self and identity, Keramati also deftly explores how people who share her identities are viewed and treated in America - and then how she can use her own voice in the chorus of other artists. These themes are complex and typically merit deep discussin, yet Keramati shares it all beautifully. P.S. - Keramati lives nearby in Dearborn!


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By Li Kotomi, Arthur Reiji Morris (Translator)
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Published: World Editions - May 24th, 2022

SOLO DANCE follows Cho Norie, a Taiwanese woman working as an office worker in Tokyo, Japan. She has been living in Japan as a way to escape traumatic memories from her youth in Taiwan. Cho Norie is reserved but a deep thinker who perceives herself as an outsider because she is a lesbian. This perception fuels her fear of rejection and does indeed hinder her ability to connect with others. As the novel progresses and more of her past is revealed, she seeps deeper into her "Solo Dance". By the end, she has grown to recognize the love and connections in her life, contrary to her prior views.


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Women! In! Peril! By Jessie Ren Marshall Cover Image
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Published: Bloomsbury Publishing - April 2nd, 2024

As the title suggests, this debut collection of short stories features women in perilous situations (shocking!). But these situations are not "hanging off a cliff" perilous, but instead the perils women face in society. There is a robot who exemplifies the fetishization of Asian women in Western society, women in space who make you wonder if humanity is worth preserving, and other stories that explore queerness, family, memory, and so much more. Despite the seriousness of these topics, Marshall knows when to make us laugh and to make us cry, creating her own unique style to make each story memorable.


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Listen to the Golden Boomerang Return By Caconrad Cover Image
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Published: Wave Books - April 9th, 2024

CAConrad has gifted us with another evocative collection of their (Soma)tic poetry that I already cherish and plan to reread many times over. If you are unfamiliar with CAConrad and their poetic form of (Soma)tics - no need to fret. Just know it is a practice that encourages being present in the moment. Each poem has its own unique shape, a reflection of the emotions and words of the poem itself. In this collection, the poems grow from the bottom of the page, yet I found myself rereading them top-down too. They flow beautifully together, critiquing the wrongs of humanity while maintaining optimism for the goodness of nature.  


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Man o' War By Cory McCarthy Cover Image
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Published: Dutton Books for Young Readers - May 30th, 2023

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Buffalo Is the New Buffalo By Chelsea Vowel Cover Image
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Published: Arsenal Pulp Press - June 7th, 2022

Buffalo Is the New Buffalo is my first foray into Indigenous Futurism (specifically Métis Futurism for this book) and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I would even say it has fundamentally changed the way I view speculative fiction. Very broadly, Indigenous Futurism is a movement that seeks to subvert official narratives and conventions, replacing them with an Indigenous perspective on the past, present and future. Vowel takes this further in Buffalo Is the New Buffalo by sandwiching each short story with the reasoning behind why she wrote what she did and what narrative she was overturning. The stories in this book are fantastic, but I also learned so much in each set of endnotes - and I loved every second. 


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Published: Milkweed Editions - March 5th, 2024

Fady Joudah's newest collection hits the ground running with its first poem and only continues to grow in its strength as it progresses. {...}'s publication could not have been more timely and relevant, yet it echoes the reality Palestinians have been forced to like for the past 75+ years. These poems are short but still smart, getting straight to the heart of their purpose. They also do not all the reader blanket absolution, forcing a reckoning with the complicity Western life has in the violence required to maintain the status quo. Despite the discomfort it creates, I deeply appreciated this aspect as it forced me to reflect in a new way. [...] is anti-war, anti-colonial, and a witness to the suffering of Palestine. 


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Published: Vintage - March 12th, 2024

GREEN FROG is an astounding collection of short stories that are their own altered versions of reality. Some are supernatural in flavor, while others feature advanced technology that bring a unique set of moral dilemmas. Yet at their core they are deeply human - each story centers around a person on the precipice of a big life change, or recovering from one. Each story and the decisions the main characters make by their end have just the right amount of open-endedness that I want to live with each character for longer, yet I not upset by any loose ends. 


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The Girl I Am, Was, and Never Will Be: A Speculative Memoir of Transracial Adoption By Shannon Gibney Cover Image
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Published: Dutton Books for Young Readers - January 9th, 2024

This is one of the most unique and inventive memoirs I have ever read. Gibney incorporates speculative elements - specifically parallel universes and wormholes - to share her experience as a transracial adoptee. Specifically, she shares with us imaginings of the girl she might have been if her birth mother raised her. As the memoir progresses, it becomes clear that these parallel versions of herself are based in reality, not just products of her imagination. Through these speculative elements Gibney creates a thought-provoking memoir that explores the pitfalls of adoption and the effects of race and class on this process


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Homie: Poems By Danez Smith Cover Image
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Published: Graywolf Press - January 21st, 2020

Some time has passed since my first read of Homie but I have yet to find a collection I hold this dearly to my heart. In my humble opinion, Homie is essential reading. Smith's poems are tender and loving - but also unapologetically Black (and Queer!). There is love and strength in friendship and community that Smith gives words to in a way I never knew was possible or thought I needed. There's a power in these poems that lingered in my chest right after I finished Homie. So please, read Homie and I sincerely hope you'll love it as much as me.


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Ten Bridges I've Burnt: A Memoir in Verse By Brontez Purnell Cover Image
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Published: MCD - February 13th, 2024

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Ring Shout By P. Djèlí Clark Cover Image
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Published: Tordotcom - October 13th, 2020

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Poor Deer: A Novel By Claire Oshetsky Cover Image
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Published: Ecco - January 9th, 2024

Poor Deer centers around Margaret Murphy and her life-long grief over the accidental death of her childhood friend, Agnes, and how her death altered her relationship with her mother. Margaret's grief and lingering guilt is brought to life by the perhaps imaginary figure Poor Deer, her constant companion who will not let her forget her actions on the day of Agnes' death. At its core this book not only centers around grief, but also range of relationships between women - all the while reading like a tragic fairy tale come to life. It is a haunting yet magical read I still find myself reflecting on. 


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Cursed Bunny: Stories By Bora Chung, Anton Hur (Translated by) Cover Image
By Bora Chung, Anton Hur (Translated by)
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Published: Algonquin Books - December 6th, 2022

Maybe this is a little biased because I have also studied Russian, but I loved this collection of short stories. I was struck by the absurdity of the first couple stories; a child born of a toilet (fully grown), a pregnancy caused by birth control. By the third story though, I was instead struck by how wretched Chung's characters are. Pity doesn't feel like the correct word for how they made me feel...perhaps mournful? These stories moved me because of their originality and pyrrhic quality. To me, they are akin to fables of the uncanny.


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Victory City: A Novel By Salman Rushdie Cover Image
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Published: Random House Trade Paperbacks - January 30th, 2024

Victory City takes inspiration from history and myth to paint itself as a fictitious translations and analysis of a fictitious poetic epic written by the main character, Pampa Kampana. After witnessing her mother's death and making a personal vow, Pampa becomes a vessel of the goddess she shares a name with. Pampa is told she will witness the rise and fall of a great city, one of her own making and the titular 'Victory City'. I loved the layers to this novel - how Pampa fights to create a place where women can have equal standing, bolstered by sly interjections from the narrator. I was truly engrossed by this novel and loved it. 


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Western Lane: A Novel By Chetna Maroo Cover Image
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Published: Picador - November 21st, 2023

Obviously, there are many books out there about about grief. It's a hard subject to portray well, because no one grieves the same and it is a challenging subject to approach for many. However, even though I don't know anything about squash, I found myself quickly pulled into Western Lane. To me, what made this book stand out was its subtlety. We see grief observed through a young girl's eyes, Gopi, as well as witness her experience it. As the reader, I could see how her father, sisters and extended family were grieving, but how to her, her main focus was maintaining her father's approval and by extension, love. I was moved by Gopi and the decation and growth she demonstrated. 


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On Community (Field Notes #8) By Casey Plett Cover Image
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Published: Biblioasis - November 7th, 2023

Using the communities she is a part of as a starting point, Casey Plett deftly explores the many forms 'community' can take or mean. She first has us question what the word 'community' means, and how its myriad of definitions changes in theory and practice, as well as based on your perspective on a specific community. I found Plett's explorations to be engaging and expansive - there is no catch-all way to describe community. If can save you from loneliness or isolate you; it can be a tool for good and it can be oppressive. It helped me reshape how I view community myself as I read. 


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The Dead Take the A Train (Carrion City #1) By Richard Kadrey, Cassandra Khaw Cover Image
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Published: Tor Nightfire - October 3rd, 2023

Julie is not your typical lead heroine: she curses like a sailor, has a very diverse collection of drugs to fuel her addiction, and she's never on time with rent. She's the polar opposite of a damsel in distress (though you could certainly say she's in distress physically and emotionally). Despite her many flaws, I found it easy to see through her into the corrupt New York underbelly she's a part of. This Underbelly in The Dead Take the A Train combines my favorite aspects of horror & fantasy; the gore, the guts, the high stakes, redemption (maybe?), magic, fancy rituals and of course, a little (queer) romance. I very much look forward to the next book (series, yay!)


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Paradise Rot: A Novel (Verso Fiction) By Jenny Hval, Marjam Idriss (Translated by) Cover Image
By Jenny Hval, Marjam Idriss (Translated by)
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Published: Verso Fiction - March 12th, 2024

Jo has just moved from her home in Norway to a small university town in Australia. As she immerses herself in university life her...peculiarity...becomes more apparent. She's quiet, observant, serious, a little odd (dare I say, off-putting) and of course, she loves fungi. She eventually finds a roommate, and the boundaries between the two begin to blur. As the novel progresses, Jo's senses become heightened and her penchant for the grotesque becomes obvious. With all of this, she also begins to explore her sexuality. Despite the moments that left me utterly shocked...I found myself loving the ROT of it all.  


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Peach Pit By Molly Llewellyn (Editor), Kristel Buckley (Editor) Cover Image
By Molly Llewellyn (Editor), Kristel Buckley (Editor)
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Published: Dzanc Books - September 12th, 2023

Peach Pit is a short story collection for anyone who loves it when female characters are a little off-kilter. None of the women in these stories are really likeable, but that's not the point. They enact satisfying revenges and have fraught relationships with those around them. Put together, this collection highlights the many ways women are wronged in today's society, and allows them to fight back in the morally-gray ways we secretly want to, but never would. 


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Wild Geese By Soula Emmanuel Cover Image
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Published: Feminist Press - September 12th, 2023

Living perhaps not her perfect life, but an ideal one fresh and away from her past in Copenhagen is PhD candidate Phoebe from Dublin. Her balance is thrown off when her ex Grace, from seven years ago and pre-transition, unexpectedly pays a visit. Told over the course of a weekend via timestamps, Phoebe's interactions with grace force her to face her past self and insecurities, but also realize how far she's come. Their interactions also show how love and relationships evolve over time and force us to grow and find acceptance (or not). 


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Dearborn By Ghassan Zeineddine Cover Image
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Published: Tin House Books - September 5th, 2023

When I first read this collection of short stories, I was initially struck by their humor. As I read though, I began to appreciate the sincerity of each person, and how their story added to the mosaic of Lebanese-American experiences in Dearborn. Yes, there is humor in each story, but Dearborn isn't romanticized either. Taboo topics such as masculinity, gender expression, addiction, xenophobia and domestic violence are explored, adding importance to these stories. 


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The Tradition By Jericho Brown Cover Image
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Published: Copper Canyon Press - April 2nd, 2019

I first read this collection as part of a poetry seminar, and it fully cemented my love for poetry after not reading it in a long time. In it, you get to experience Brown's invented form, the duplex, which even inspired me to write my own imitations. I find Brown's poetry to be powerful in its approach to the issues of systemic racism and violence in American society today. In my personal opinion, this is a must-read of contemporary American poetry.


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Let Us Believe in the Beginning of the Cold Season: Selected Poems By Forough Farrokhzad, Elizabeth T. Gray, Jr (Translated by) Cover Image
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Published: New Directions - April 5th, 2022

Until coming across this collection I had honestly never heard of Farrokhzad. It has a brief introduction that explains her importance in 20th Century Iranian culture, but I found her craft to be universally excellent. Her poems, especially in this skillful translation, are atmospheric in their approach to topics such as belonging, love, regret, and loneliness. Two of my favorites are "In the Green Waters of Summer" and "The Sun Comes Out". I will certainly cherish and reread this collection for many years to come.


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Daughter of the Moon Goddess: A Fantasy Romance Novel (Celestial Kingdom #1) By Sue Lynn Tan Cover Image
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Published: Harper Voyager - October 11th, 2022

I tore through this book and enjoyed each page. Despite its length, the action and pacing were so well done that I finished breezily. Xingyin is one of my favorite female main characters in fantasy that I've read recently. She's determined, resourceful and brave. Hundreds of years pass and Xingyin grows from a girl into a woman whout losing sight of her goal. If you're trying to get into fantasy I'd recommend this. PS there IS romance <3


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Elsewhere: A Novel By Alexis Schaitkin Cover Image
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Published: Celadon Books - July 11th, 2023

Even though it has been a couple months, I still can't stop thinking about this book. It was a little bit of a slow read for me at first, but by the time I finished I was fully hooked. The town Vera lives in is eerie and vaguely threatening, even sinister at times. The mysterious disappearances of mothers highlights motherhood and mother-daughter relationships in a way I've never read before. I also thought Vera's story brings into question what it means to belong to a "group" and the roles in it. 


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The Hour of the Star By Clarice Lispector, Benjamin Moser (Translated by), Colm Tóibín (Introduction by) Cover Image
By Clarice Lispector, Benjamin Moser (Translated by), Colm Tóibín (Introduction by)
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Published: New Directions - November 9th, 2011

Though this is actually her final work, if you have never met Clarice Lispector, consider yourself introduced. This book uses a unique metafiction structure, narrating the life of a poor through an enigmatic and self-important writer. He's philosophical and rambling at times, but his descriptions of Macabéa (unintentionally) raise the issues of poverty, education, sexism, the existence of God, and so on. Reading Macabéa's story caused me, in a somewhat existential way, to ponder what it means "to be". 


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To Shape a Dragon's Breath: The First Book of Nampeshiweisit By Moniquill Blackgoose Cover Image
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Published: Del Rey - May 9th, 2023

Anequs is a young girl who lives on the island Masquapaug. One day she encounters an egg that hatches into a Nampeshiwe (dragon) and it quickly attaches itself to her, making Anequs a Napeshiweisit. The joy over the birth of this dragon is short-lived, as it becomes clear they are no longer prepared to raise a dragon on the island. To make matters worse, the Anglish, who have conquered Anequs' land, hear of the dragon and demand she enroll in an Anglish school to train it. If she fails, they will kill her dragon. This book adds pertinent Native representation to fantasy and I look forward to the rest of the series. 


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Feast By Ina Cariño Cover Image
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Published: Alice James Books - March 7th, 2023

This debut collection centers around lush descriptions of food, highlighting its importance in Filipino culture. However, this collection is about so much more than simply food. Through these poems we sit in the kitchen with lola, deal with natural disaster and experience what it's like to be a person of color in White America. Cariño's imagery is so vivid and striking that I felt transported with each line. 


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Published: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers - April 4th, 2023

This debut novel follows a girl named Stevie, who has secretly dating another girl named Nora in a conservative small town in Pennsylvania. At the very start of the novel Stevie suffers a brain injury and forgets the last two years of her life, including Nora. Stevie is left confused as to why her relationship with her parents and her "best" friends is strained, while she also feels inexplicably drawn to Nora. I found Stevie's journey to re-self discovery to be touching and relevant. I tore through this book in one sitting and I hope you'll enjoy too!


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War Diary By Yevgenia Belorusets, Greg Nissan (Translated by) Cover Image
By Yevgenia Belorusets, Greg Nissan (Translated by)
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Published: New Directions - March 7th, 2023

This work is a collection of diary entries and photographs taken by the Ukrainian artist, Yegenia Belorusets. Her diary entries detail her perspective from her home in Kyiv from the start of the War in Ukraine on February 24, 2022. She speaks honestly and movingly about how the residents of Kyiv and Ukraine reacted and then adapted to the growth of this war. I believe this is a necessary read if you have been following the war or want to acquaint yourself with it, because this book captures the resilience of the Ukrainian people.


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I Want to Die but I Want to Eat Tteokbokki: A Memoir By Baek Sehee, Anton Hur (Translated by) Cover Image
By Baek Sehee, Anton Hur (Translated by)
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Published: Bloomsbury Publishing - November 1st, 2022

Don't let the title dissuade you with its gloomy nature, because this memoir is actually very lighthearted! The main focus is on the transcripts of Baek Sehee's therapy sessions, followed by her reflections on the topics discussed. I found Baek's voice to be funny, yet honest and the bluntness of her therapist added humor too. I found Baek's anecdotes to be relatable, because she didn't only talk about depression but also how we struggle to find our place in the world as our authentic self.


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In the Dream House: A Memoir By Carmen Maria Machado Cover Image
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Published: Graywolf Press - December 1st, 2020

This is most likely my favorite memoir that I have ever read. In it, Machado tackles the subject of domestic abuse by sharing her own personal experience from a past lesbian relationship. Each chapter Machado uses a different literary form, and alongside her own experiences she weaves in a discussion of how we view abuse and most importantly stereotypes and misconceptions that lead us to miss what is right in front of us. Machado balances these themes to write a memoir that is so much more than a sharing of life.


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The Argonauts By Maggie Nelson Cover Image
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Published: Graywolf Press - January 26th, 2016

In this memoir Nelson shares the story of her life with her gender-nonconforming partner, Harry Dodge, and their journey together through pregnancy and early parenthood. This memoir is personal but also intellectual, as Nelson forces us to rethink our ideas of love, gender, sexuality, and family. For such a (relatively) short book, by the end I felt like a different person because how much I re-evaluated my own thoughts.


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Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy By Heather Ann Thompson Cover Image
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Published: Vintage - August 22nd, 2017

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Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland By Patrick Radden Keefe Cover Image
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Published: Anchor - February 25th, 2020

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Life Went on Anyway: Stories By Oleh Sentsov, Uilleam Blacker (Translator) Cover Image
By Oleh Sentsov, Uilleam Blacker (Translator)
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Published: Deep Vellum Publishing - November 12th, 2019

This is a collection of autobiographical stories written by Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov, who was imprisonedin a Russian prison after he protested Russia's occupation of Eastern Ukraine and Crimea in 2014. Sentsov worked on this collection while imprisoned and was released in 2019, around the same time as its publication. I found Sentsov's to be introspective, sarcastic, and melancholic. They paint a strong image of his life growing up in the USSR and how his life experiences shaped him to be a voice of opposition, and in turn they made me reflect on my own life. 


The Story Game By Shze-Hui Tjoa Cover Image
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Published: Tin House Books - May 21st, 2024

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State of Paradise: A Novel By Laura van den Berg Cover Image
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Published: Farrar, Straus and Giroux - July 9th, 2024

Song of the Six Realms By Judy I. Lin Cover Image
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Published: Feiwel & Friends - April 23rd, 2024