A classic from Octavia Butler, necessary reading on TPS and El Salvador, and, finally, a good Aziz Ansari take.
Three-hour drawing of an anatomical heart done with Prismacolor colored pencils.
Tragic. Heartbreaking. Powerful. Riveting. Brutal. These are some of the words that readers have used to describe Masaji Ishikawa's memoir A River in Darkness: One Man's Escape From North Korea. First published in Japan in 2000, the book spans Ishikawa's entire life, from his birth in Japan in 1947 to his escape from North Korea … Continue reading Masaji Ishikawa’s Incredible Escape From North Korea
A look back at the books I read and the stuff I wrote about books. Fucking, nerd ass book stuff, OK!