Tag: literature

Book Review: What Should Be Wild

What Should Be Wild is a forthcoming debut novel by Julia Fine that is a blend of suspense, fantasy, and mainstream fiction. 

The story centers around the main character, Maisie Cothay, and her ability to kill or resurrect with a single touch. As a result of her power, she has not experienced physical contact. Her entire family in a fantastical landscape of human experiences.


Cliterary Salon 3/24/2018

On March 24th, I got to do my first reading in a while and it felt amazing. Cliterary Salon originally started as an event called Clitquake that was part of Litcrawl SF. After packing the house two years in a row, we’ve branched out on our own to make it an independent event and I couldn’t be more excited. Enjoy this video of my essay, San Francisco Restaurant Week, and buy your tickets for the April 13th show here.

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