Sarah Hoenicke writes about books and authors (and other interests) for various publications, and is working on her first novel, about a young girl finding her way out of religion. You can find her most recent work in Gulf Coast, Brooklyn Magazine, BUST.com, BOMB, and Guernica, among other publications.
Points of Access: Achy Obejas’s “The Tower of the Antilles”
Sarah Hoenicke reviews Achy Obejas's short story collection "The Tower of the Antilles."...
The Choice to Stay: SJ Sindu’s “Marriage of a Thousand Lies”
Sarah Hoenicke reviews SJ Sindu's "Marriage of a Thousand Lies."...
When the Hurlyburly’s Done: Roy Scranton’s “War Porn”
Roy Scranton’s new novel “War Porn” calls into question mindsets rampant on both sides of the Iraq War....
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