Toilets in Pakistan by Z. Raja – Book Review

Toilets in Pakistan by Z. Raja is an #OwnVoices Pakistani-Canadian poetry and prose collection, which is autobiographical, that I read on my Kindle. At it’s core it’s a collection of work that revolves around relationships, cultural identity, and travelling through Pakistan as a diasporic person. Raja’s prose style is terse, candid, and unflinchingly honest. This…

The Gun by Fuminori Nakamura – Book Review

The Gun by Fuminori Nakamura is an #OwnVoices Japanese psychological thriller novel that I was eager to pick up after reading another one of the author’s works, from the same genre, called Last Winter, We Parted, more so since The Gun is his debut work. While I was not entirely sure what to expect, I know that I…

Kingsway West by Greg Pak – Graphic Novel Review

Kingsway West is a fantasy western graphic novel series that is written by Korean-American comic book author Greg Pak and illustrated by Mirko Colak, Simon Bowland, and Wil Quintana. The story takes place in the Old West that is crackling with magic and follows a Chinese gunslinger named Kingsway Law. After spending thirteen years in…