Tag: Book reviews

Book review: “Running” by Cara Hoffman

Running by Cara Hoffman My rating: 5 of 5 stars If you aren’t reading Cara Hoffman’s fiction right now, you’re missing out on some important writing. Her vision is demanding. She writes about broken systems (the patriarchy, America itself, and in Running, broken families). Her characters are people who live in the cracks–assault survivors, veterans, … Read More »

March 14: Renee Macalino Rutledge launches THE HOUR OF DAYDREAMS

Join me at Alameda’s Books Inc. to help launch this beautiful debut novel about a reimagined Filipino folktale. I read it in a swoon over Renee’s beautiful language, and am overjoyed to see that this new voice in fiction is finding its way into the world. Each of her chapters can almost stand alone, centered on the mysteries of selfhood, secrets, and … Read More »