“Insexts” by Marguerite Bennett & Ariela Kristantina

When I saw InSexts on display at my local comic book store, I was immediately struck by the art noveau inspired cover. As I flipped through the pages and read the book’s description, I knew that I needed it in my life. InSexts is feminist Victorian body horror. You know how in Kafka’s Metamorphosis the main character wakes up toRead more

“Six Moon Dance” by Sheri S. Tepper

Last year, I discovered Sherri S. Tepper’s novel “Singer From the Sea.”  It was one of the most bizarre books that I’ve ever read, and I described it in my review as a amalgamation of Dune, Fern Gully, and A Handmaid’s Tale.  When I saw more Sherri Tepper books at the used book store, I couldn’t helpRead more

“Singer From the Sea” by Sheri S. Tepper

I can say without hesitation that Sherri S. Tepper’s “Singer from the Sea” is one of the strangest books I’ve ever read.  It’s what would happen if one were to mash Frank Herbert’s “Dune,” Margaret Atwood’s “A Handmaid’s Tale,” and the movie ‘Fern Gully” into one story.  It’s an environmentalist feminist epic complete with murderRead more