Geist 113

Kristen den Hartog
Dispatches
The Two Lots

Theft, death and don't-mess-with-me expressions—unlocking the family portrait.

Geoff Inverarity
Dispatches
The Woman Who Talks to Her Dog at the Beach

The simple love of dogs.

KELSEA O'CONNOR
Reviews
Castles, Countesses, and Cat Women

Kelsea O'Connor on queer lovers, gothic horror and fairy tale themes.

Jocelyn Kuang
Reviews
Under the Bell Curve

Jocelyn Kuang on what it is to be a normal person.

Kris Rothstein
Reviews
You've Been Warned

Kris Rothstein on a no-nonsense Irish heroine.

Kris Rothstein
Reviews
Striking the Rich

Kris Rothstein on Fleishman Is in Trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner.

KELSEA O'CONNOR
Reviews
The Whole, Gorey Story

Kelsea O'Connor on the comprehensive biography of Edward Gorey.

Michael Hayward
Reviews
No One Knows

Unreliable narrator, post-modernist self-reference and contemporary literary references—Michael Hayward on the nature of the autobiography.

Michał Kozłowski
Reviews
Familiar, But Better

Michał Kozłowski on the ineffable Beverly Glenn-Copeland.

Joseph Weiss
Columns
King of the Post-Anthropocene

Kaiju are the heroes we deserve.

Kris Rothstein
Reviews
Mall Moll

Kris Rothstein on a book written by a book nerd, for book nerds about a book nerd.

RICHARD VAN CAMP
Reviews
A Matter of DNA

Mary Schendlinger on Fay Weldon's 48th or 53rd book, After the Peace.

Michael Hayward
Reviews
An Atlas of Noir

Michael Hayward on an anthology of noir fiction set in neighbourhoods around Vancouver.

Anson Ching
Reviews
Between Quips and Dreams

Anson Ching on a storyteller.

Anson Ching
Reviews
Post-Apocalyptic North

Anson Ching on survival in the North.

Michał Kozłowski
Dispatches
Road Trip Supreme

Outlet Malls, Janis Joplin, The Godfather and Taco Bell—on the scent of Ameryka.

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