Category: Books

Amanita Virosa

Mark your calendar folks;  Amanita Virosa – the new book from young writer Alexandre Soublière – will launch on August 25th. BUT Wait, you might wanna mark your calendar twice – the official launch festivity will be held on August 26th at the…

Cliterature: Pleasure vs. Joy according to Zadie Smith

Let talk about loooove: simply books that deeply marked us.  This month, we are writing about the last reading that really stayed with us. Since I graduated from uni, I’ve been trying to not let the part of my brain that is analytical…

Cliterature: How The Alchemist has Guided my Dreams

Let talk about loooove: simply books that deeply marked us.  I was introduced to The Alchemist in my sophomore year of high school, by a person who I’m sure is my spirit guide in human form. I was told pretty much nothing about…

Ba-dum-pum-ba-dum-pum-PUM! 33 1/3 Super Mario Bros. Review

There are not a lot, if any,  negative points that need be said about one of the latest releases in the 33 1/3 series from Bloomsbury, a history and musical analysis of Koji Kondo’s Super Mario Bros. soundtrack. Why? As the…

Cliterature “Romance” Edition: Baby I love You Like A Bad Romance

Cliterature: book reviews and love of words by four Montreal fiery she-selves. This week: deconstructing romanticism with Jane Austen, Elizabeth Bernard and  Julia James.  The thing with trashy-romance-novels is that you need to find the right genre for you. One of my favorites is…

Cliterature “GIRL” Edition: The Girl Who Was Saturday Night

Cliterature: book reviews and love of words by four Montreal fiery she-selves. This week: analyze of shelves-hits girl-titled works of Lena Dunham, Caitlin Moran, Heather O’Neil and Sophia Amaruso.   Being in love can invoke so many different things.  Noushka, the…

Sara Sütterlin : Modern Poetics

How many artists do you count in your circle ? How many of these call themselves poets ? ”Hi. I’m Sara, I live in Montreal and I write shitty poems. I took an enneagram test once and it said I…

Cliterature “GIRL” Edition: #GIRLBOSS

Cliterature: book reviews and love of words by four Montreal fiery she-selves. This week: analyze of shelves-hits girl-titled works ofLena Dunham, Caitlin Moran, Heather O’Neil and Sophia Amaruso. Let me start by saying that a #girlboss, is something that I most likely…

Cliterature “GIRL” Edition: Not That Kind of Girl

Cliterature: book reviews and love of words by four Montreal fiery she-selves. This week: analyze of shelves-hits girl-titled works of Lena Dunham, Caitlin Moran, Heather O’Neil and Sophia Amaruso. I’m “not that kind of girl”—but I wish I was. Say…

Cliterature: ”GIRL” Edition – How to Build a Girl

Cliterature: book reviews and love of words by four Montreal fiery she-selves. This week: analyze of shelves-hits girl-titled works of Lena Dunham, Caitlin Moran, Heather O’Neil and Sophia Amaruso. Caitlin Moran’s novel, How to Build a Girl, intrigued me at first. I mean, why wouldn’t…