Month: April 2021

  • Giving Pet Sematary a Second Chance

    Giving Pet Sematary a Second Chance

    About four years ago I bought myself a copy of Pet Sematary. It was scary, everyone had told me, but not as scary as other novels by Stephen King. I intended to read it in October, since I always dedicate that month to scary books (that one and other months, I must admit), but when […]

  • March Wrap-Up

    March Wrap-Up

    Hello there! I know I’m a bit late to publish these, but here we go. La hija Ășnica, Guadalupe Nettel Guadalupe Nettel is one of the most praised contemporary voices in Mexico and her books often have the same themes: the grotesque, bodily differences and functions, bodies in general and taboos. Although I am not […]