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Reading Brotherless Night

It’s a little strange, reading Sugi Ganeshananthan‘s new novel, _Brotherless Night_, while I’m deliberately spending a month cooking Sri Lankan food every day. Strange, but also right, to read her book with the memory of milk rice and pol sambol still lingering on my tongue. This passage, from the first chapter, describes Jaffna market, which

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A Tiny Bit of Sir Terry

My sister asked for an audiobook recommendation, something light for company with chores, that it’d be okay if the kids overheard, and I suggested Pratchett’s Night Watch books, and then I went to go get a list of them for her, and discovered that there was a little one-page short story in the series that

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