Dateline: Christy Corp-Minamiji
Christy Corp-Minamiji is a livestock veterinarian, writer, and mother living in Northern California. She writes fiction and blogs on the eclectic range of topics that interest her.
Follow Malena Watrous' protagonist to Japan in this lovely novel about the confusing jumble of love, grief, and communication that is life.
A riveting modern production of Shakespeare's Hamlet by the Royal Shakespeare Company, starring Patrick Stewart as Claudius and David Tennant as Hamlet.
Deeply Rooted is a compulsive page-turner that looks not only into the source of our food, but into what makes us human.
The Grand Canyon of the 1950s provides the backdrop for an exploration of mystery.
Race, family, love, and hatred collide in Minrose Gwin's The Queen of Palmyra.
Grace Paley Prize winning author David Vann discusses metaphor, Chaucer, writing, adventure, and grief in the context of his book Legend of a Suicide.
Charlotte Higgins ties the modern world to ancient Greece in a captivating and entertaining read.
Three friends kidnap the ashes of their dead buddy in this unique YA novel by British author Keith Gray.
Though not at the forefront of literature, Uptown is an engrossing, decadent guilty-pleasure novel.
The short story is rendered with powerful clarity in Mary Gaitskill's Don't Cry