Review: Hag-Seed

I almost always enjoy Shakespeare re-imaginings, so it’s no surprise that when I found Hag-Seed on NetGalley I was eager to see what Margaret Atwood could bring to the genre. Summary When Felix is fired from his position at the Makeshiweg Theatre Festival in favour of his devious assistant, his production of The… Continue Reading Review: Hag-Seed

Review: Letters Lived

I picked up Letters Lived: Radical Reflections, Revolutionary Paths at the Festival of Literary Diversity last year. It’s not the kind of book I would normally pick up, but I’ve been trying to be more aware of social issues and learn about things I can do to make the world a better place.… Continue Reading Review: Letters Lived