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Bonsai by Alejandro Zambra

review by Julia Hones   Bonsai is a novella by the Chilean writer, Alejandro Zambra. The story is about two Chilean university students in an unconventional loving relationship that was doomed to fail if you believe the [...]

My Antonia, a Love Story

by Julia Hones   Based on a true story, My Antonia, by Willa Cather, is a novel that carries us back to Nebraska in the 1880s, to a land of immigrants and their challenges to begin [...]

A Literary Christmas

by Julia Hones “A Literary Christmas” is an anthology of twenty-seven stories that share the spirit of Christmas, and, as we read them, we are invited to lurk in the intimate lives of people during this [...]

Freedom is a fragile word

by Julia Hones   It did not matter to me that I’d be sharing the bathroom with fifteen others, nor did I care about sleeping in a room with five women I’d never met before. The plan was [...]