New Release Mini-Review Hodgepodge

What the title says! I've been trying to think of themes or ways to combine reviews because I have such a backlog and I finally just gave up. These have nothing in common except they're being released this week or next. Let's talk about them! Carry: A Memoir of Survival on Stolen Land, by Toni... Continue Reading →

Tracing Cryptids and Culture in the Great Bear Rainforest

Book review: In the Valleys of the Noble Beyond, by John Zada (Amazon / Book Depository) I owe so much to Last Podcast on the Left. If I hadn't started listening to it, with its frequent hilarious dives into the world of cryptids, I never would've considered picking up a book about Sasquatch. Horizons, consider... Continue Reading →

Murders in Indian Country and the FBI’s Beginnings

Book review: Killers of the Flower Moon, by David Grann (Amazon / Book Depository) It's a deeply unfortunate, painful characteristic of American history that crimes against Native Americans are often lost to history. If you read a book like Dee Brown's classic Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, you're hit with wave after wave of frustration with each successive... Continue Reading →

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