Review: The Morning They Came For Us: Dispatches From Syria

“One night they tossed him on top of a body and when he turned his head, he saw his dead brother.” Understanding the conflict in Syria has become increasingly difficult under the shadow of ISIS and Syria’s complicated political history. With media outlets working to report on infinite hot topics, bringing to light an eight-year-old… Read More

Review: What My Mother And I Don’t Talk About

Michele Filgate’s anthology makes us reflect on our own complicated relationships with our mothers. What My Mother And I Don’t Talk About is an essay anthology edited by Michele Filgate. Fifteen writers open up about their relationships with their mothers in touching, often heartbreaking, sometimes hilarious ways. When I saw this book—and it’s difficult not… Read More