Enthusiast of too many things, especially books, fungi, rainbows, MDZS, Ingress, people so hyper-focused on their interests they open a whole museum/shop/press about it.
Managing editor at Dancing Star Press. She/her
finished rereading Shola von Reinhold's LOTE for the class I'm teaching on trans historicism; it's even better the second time around. pitch-perfect proof that brilliant fiction can inhabit a strong pov (& even indulge polemic). please go read if you haven't. here's an article with more reasons!
FINALLY got my copy of @bogiperson.bsky.social's Power to Yield in the mail today, and am now side-eyeing the stack of books I am "currently reading" contemplating abandoning them all to read this first.
"The murder mystery elements were thrilling yet grounded. The action was evocative but not too intense while the romance was charming yet realistic. Harlen also managed to write Bea in a way that made it clear he was more than just a pet without falling into the trappings of anthropomorphizing."
Not me suddenly getting obsessed with a new fandom and coming in screaming with unhinged comment after comment on the same handful of authors' fics for a fandom that seems to have peaked a year and a half ago...
My husband planned a surprise pre-Valentine weekend getaway. We drove to Saginaw for the Winter Brew Fest and it had all of my favorite things! (Except books) Weird beers! A craft sale! Mexican street food! A bead shop!
✨ IN FOUR HOURS! ✨ A bilingual reading from Detroit, Princeton, Cambridge, Lviv, and Dnipro - of a charming urban fantasy: «Велосипедник» / "The Bike Shadow" by Ярина Каторож and a timeless imperial tale «Веселковий міст» / "The Rainbow Bridge" by Ірина Пасько. www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkZe...
I often say I am terrible at keeping up with front list, but I guess I make an exception for tiny presses because I have already read three of these. (I was saving Green Fuse Burning for a book club in April but I think I am going to have to read it sooner.)