Blue is the Warmest Color by Julie Maroh
pictures cold yet bewitching/
read this in one gulp.
Blair began working at Bookshop Santa Cruz after working two years at the Del Mar Theatre and spending four years at UCSC studying media theory. She is interested in film and television, advertising, literature, and feminism. A few authors she enjoys reading are Haruki Murakam, Joan Didion, and Zadie Smith.
Rebecca Solnit’s writing is so effortlessly loose and lovely that she could make one want to read about almost any subject. This book, a meditation on the way stories can tangle together, offers up reflections on her mother’s Alzheimer’s disease, Iceland, and Frankenstein. But the real meaning can be found in the way Solnit gracefully connects all these seemingly disparate entities.