I will review books with an inherent nomadic core: migration, transnational, native populations.
Or with nomadic subjects, transient from one state to the other: mutated, modified, mutilated bodies of the post-human era.
Do not expect traditional book reviews – for style and structure. I’ll strive to find untrodden paths for the books I have loved.
One book a month: Nomadic reading suggestions for 2015 (mini-reviews of 12 international, transnational novels)
The Great Gatsby or Twilight? An Irreverent ‘Game of Quotes’ (not really a book review, though)
Erri De Luca, Montedidio/God’s Mountain (2001)