The Acid Test of Naia Mills: A Feminist Book Review

I’m almost certain Fiona J.R. Titchenell has never been a con artist on an intergalactic space station, but she could’ve fooled me. The Acid Test of Naia Mills, the first in Titchenell’s series of novella-length science fiction fairy tale adaptations, was so textured it jumped right off the page. Before starting the novella, I wondered… Read More

Upright Women Wanted: A Feminist Review

As someone who works in a library, Upright Women Wanted was a must read for me. Sarah Gailey’s latest novella doesn’t focus on hippos (like River of Teeth) but rather on queer librarians surviving in a dystopian future.  Like the Pack Horse Library Project of old, the librarians travel across what is left of America… Read More