Book Review | Self Portrait With Boy by Rachel Lyon

Lu Rile inhabits a crumbling tower block of artists in residence, part of an early 1990s Brooklyn on the cusp of gentrification. She struggles to make ends meet working in the local health food shop while pursuing her dreams of photography. The art world is a ruthless one, and Lu’s life isn’t easy. To impose … Continue reading Book Review | Self Portrait With Boy by Rachel Lyon

Book Review | Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman

The hot, languid days of a mid-1980s June on the Italian Riviera. For Elio, a restless, precocious seventeen-year-old, it’s a summer that he’ll never forget. The family’s house guest that year is twenty-four-year-old Oliver, an Italian-American university professor. There have been guests before – stretching years back – but none quite like Oliver. Affectionately nicknamed … Continue reading Book Review | Call Me By Your Name by André Aciman