Yearly archives: 2023

Une revue en français pour changer. De toute façon, plus de 900 pages pour ma version, est ce que ce livre sera un jour traduit en Anglais ? Au Printemps des Monstres est un livre roman/documentaire/enquête à la cold case/autobiographique dans lequel Philippe Jaenada raconte et retranscrit ses recherches sur […]

Au Printemps des Monstres : review

Resuming my Hemingway cycle after a few other books, which I won’t review here, I decided to pick up the next book from my bookshelf : a Moveable Feast. In this book, Hem shares his life in Paris in the 1920’s, working on his writing after quitting journalism, being all […]

A Moveable Feast: review

Since I first witnessed the bloody brilliance of the plot of the Handmaid’s Tale, I wanted to read something from Margaret Atwood. I randomly found the Tent while visiting one of the coolest book shops in London. The Tent is a collection of short stories, essay, poems, tales, concepts by […]

The Tent: review

I have embarked om a Hemingway book cycle. In most of the authors and literature content I follow, Hemingway often appears as a source, model, inspiration for minimalist writing and creating stunning images in a few words. So, in the near future, there might be more Hemingway book reviews here, […]

The Old Man and the Sea: review

Ubik takes place in a hellish future with too many things-as-a-service, in which people with special mental abilities (inertial/anti psi) are fighting against other less nice people with different mental abilities (psi) who try to manipulate regular people. Telepathic stalking, most of the time. Joe Chip, one of the regular […]

Ubik: review

Last September, looking for something new, I bought a copy of Popshot Quarterly. It is a nicely illustrated magazine with short stories, flash fictions (I still doesn’t quite grasp the difference with short stories) and poetry. Some quick words about The Haunting issue, Autumn 2022. At first I thought it […]

Popshot Quarterly: review