I couldn’t put down The Sugar Queen thanks to its characters, delicious plot, magical realism, and sensory details.
The collection isn’t only made of “poo stories,” though.
Stories are the only way we can make that connection to a spiritual realm…
For a whole week, some amazing book bloggers will be celebrating the release of Heather’s novel by inviting her into their webspace to talk about this funny, kick-ass novel filled with magical-realism.
Like the pragmatist I am, I started on page one, planned on coloring the whole thing, then moving to the next page. I didn’t completely finish.
Gag by Melissa Unger Pages: 141 Publisher: Roundfire Books Released: 2014 Gag starts out with a simple idea: Peter, a native of Brooklyn, stopped eating 15 years… Read more “Gag”
Of Marriageable Age is a saga (546 pages) by Guyanese author Sharon Maas. The book was originally published by Harper Collins in 2000, but Maas has re-released… Read more “Of Marriageable Age”
Megan Milks’s collection Kill Marguerite and Other Stories (Emergency Press, 2014) is both innovative and uncomfortable. The stories frequently use frameworks to shape the outcomes, such as the… Read more “Kill Marguerite & Other Stories”
The characters in Heather Fowler’s newest collection of short fiction, People with Holes, released July 2012 from Pink Narcissus Press, are here to talk about Sex. That’s… Read more “People With Holes”