by Anna Zalokostas

Book of Mutter – Kate Zambreno

This possibility of recognition — of really seeing, of really being seen — persists as long as someone is alive. But once they’re gone, how do we speak of and to the dead?

Seeing Red – Lina Meruane

This is not a fictionalized memoir of transformation and recovery, but a book that burns in your hands, something sharp and terrifying that bites back.

Matches: A Light Book – S.D. Chrostowska

Matches is not a prescription for how to think, but an incitation that you think.

Garments Against Women – Anne Boyer

What’s the difference between wide hope and desperation? I was trying to hold everything together, all at once.