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Thank you for stopping by. Care to read some musings on books, places, and writing?
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I have some musings on what it means to be a more thoughtful reader and include an introduction to a new feature for more bookish content.… Continue reading [Announcement] Building a classroom without walls
Aunty Maja is one of the Nigerwives, an association of foreign women married to Nigerian men in The Death of Vivek Oji by Akwaeke Emezi. She is a Filipina. Her daughter, Juju, is one of Vivek’s closest friends. … Continue reading An Open Letter to Aunty Maja (The Death of Vivek Oji by Akwaeke Emezi)
In this last installment, I talk about my “old” fiction books and how curating my library is an exercise in defining my identity.… Continue reading 21 Books for 2021 Part 3: “Old” Fiction
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