I just read one of those books everybody reads in high school. Since I can remember being a reader and making reading lists, Steppenwolf has been on my radar; many people in several different places and contexts had recommended the book to me, and I can't really say why it took me so long to... Continue Reading →
Translated from the Japanese in 2019, this is a mesmerizing book that submerges you in its dystopic winter. It is the story of a novelist in an unnamed island where things have begun to disappear: hats, birds, photographs and even boats...
I can't believe it's December already! This year went by so fast, but I hope I'm not too late to recommend some of my favorite reads for these bleak and short days. Although I don't really have vacations now, I remember December being my favourite month to tackle my reading list, back when I studied... Continue Reading →
The last couple of months have been quite hectic, but since it was a scary book that got me out of my reading slump and it's that time of the year again, I thought I'd make the time to list the 10 books that have scared me the most, in case you're up for a... Continue Reading →
The past week has proven everything can change in the blink of an eye. In less than five days I've had to close my coffee shop, cancel all traveling plans and postpone indefinitely a publishing workshop I'd been working on with several independent publishing houses. On the other hand, an academic article I wrote in... Continue Reading →