Book Review: Donia Bijan’s The Last Days of Café Leila

From the Bolshevik regime to the post-revolution turmoil of the 1980s, the turbulence of the twentieth century serves as the backdrop for Donia Bijan’s sweeping tapestry of family, change, and homecoming, held together by food.

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Book Review: Waubgeshig Rice’s Moon of the Crusted Snow

For a people who have lost everything time and time again, this is just another chance to adapt, and this time, maybe reclaim the land stolen from them so long ago.

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Book Review: Rivers Solomon’s An Unkindness of Ghosts

Solomon through Aster continually questions the value of the past we have: without a living connection to the past, what are we? Are we free, or are we lost?

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