Kit enjoys reading scifi & fantasy, horror, and otherwise weird fiction. The great struggle of their life is to balance owning birds (sharp beaks, fond of paper) with owning books (made of paper, intriguingly shreddable).
This might be the most honest and glorious thing I've ever read. I love this book so much, I want to eat it.
I read this in one sitting, unable to look away. The straightforward, graceful prose is a powerful counterpoint to the sense of creeping dread that builds throughout the story. An obsessive meditation on desire and shame.
"The first nice thing I ever did to my body was tear it open."
Reading this book wasn't the first nice thing I've ever done for myself, but it may be among the best. Jarboe's writing is queer and unrepentant, gay and unashamed. These stories gnawed on me, and I came away feeling holy--or maybe just full of holes, hard to say.