Zine Review: ‘Greek Goddesses: A Beginner’s Guide’ by Sarah Julian

I was at CanZine Ottawa over the weekend and picked up some fabulous independent zines! For those unfamiliar, zines are small, handmade or independently-made magazines; kind of like pocketbooks or broadsides, usually no more than 10 pages. Sometimes they're photocopied, other times (especially in the last decade) they're made on the computer and then printed … Continue reading Zine Review: ‘Greek Goddesses: A Beginner’s Guide’ by Sarah Julian

Review: A History of Glitter and Blood by Hannah Moskowitz

Anybody who's reading my reviews knows that I adore unconventional books. Literature is not a fixed medium; it's fluid, changeable, always evolving. For that reason, I adored reading A History of Glitter and Blood. Set in the fae city of Ferrum during a three-way war that claims to be a liberation when it's really an occupation, History follows a pack … Continue reading Review: A History of Glitter and Blood by Hannah Moskowitz

Ghosts in Quicksilver: Chapter 1.16: The Girl in the Empty Classroom

TW: mental health reference (vague), references to cops/gangs I came to slowly, glimpses of memory mingling with whatever I’d been dreaming about. Ophis’s hair, pale blonde like cornwisps escaping from her bun—dappled forest glades, but I doubted those were real—the quicksilver glimmer of Kiera’s skin shifting, and screaming. The stars I’d been staring at turned … Continue reading Ghosts in Quicksilver: Chapter 1.16: The Girl in the Empty Classroom