These memoirs, more than her previous collection of stories, mark the author as a major literary talent
I’m still a little bit in love/with everyone I’ve ever loved." As someone who acknowledges, somewhat shamefully, that she is not a poetry person, these two lines from Abeer Y. Hoque’s The Lovers And The Leavers, an artistic mesh of stories, poetry and photography, continue to resonate seven months after I read the book. The rawness and lucidity that power those lines were reinforced again in Olive Witch, an all-heart and all-warts memoir, an intrinsically personal form that also works as a cutting-edge meditation on identity, self-actualization and the power of language.
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