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It was palpable. The format. I felt with every new story, that I had to start over gett This short story collection about Indigenous Latina women living in Colorado and bound by family, tradition, trauma, mental illness, and a lot of death.
I felt with every new story, that I had to start over getting familiar with everyone again, despite the common themes in this book. I wish, so much, that this book had been a novel about various women in the family living their lives around the tragedy in the title story.
I wish we could have come to know them all and their stories and histories in relationship to this central loss.
I wanted an epic story of a spread out family and all of the common ties and differences that shaped their relationship to this particular loss; I wanted to see their resilience and their traumas shape their reactions.
I wanted a very very long novel. There were excellent seeds here. Thank you netgalley for the ARC L, opinions are my own.
Kali Fajardo-Anstine's words are magic. The details are exquisite, the emotions are palpable. A true time stopper. Oct 13, Jaclyn Crupi rated it it was amazing.
I think I just read the nationalbookfoundation fiction winner. These women!!! These stories!!! That writing!!!
They made me ache, they made me cry, they broke me, they blew my mind. Dec 18, Julia Phillips rated it it was amazing. This collection blew me away. Each story here is centered on the experiences of Latinas of indigenous descent in and around Denver.
Fajardo-Anstine brings her readers so close to her characters — their desires, their fears, their families, their histories — that we feel like we're inside their bodies and minds.
I can't stop thinking about it. I c This collection blew me away. I can't wait to buy it for everyone I know. Aug 21, Hannah rated it it was amazing.
Review to come. The various bittersweet relationships between mothers and daughters, sisters and brothers Thank you to Netgalley and Random House for sending me an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
The various bittersweet relationships between mothers and daughters, sisters and brothers, women and their male counterparts, women and other women are very much explored with care.
It keeps you attached to the snippets of the lives we jump into for just a few minutes. I absolutely adored the thought-provoking character study, the character work that was done to bring the lives of these women to reality.
There is such unique and divine quality surrounding them, Faji's voice is beautiful and her descriptions of Latin American culture are poignant.
You have to slow down and truly take these stories in, take in the way Faji uses language to coat the pages of her collection in a fine mist of dazzling truth and magic.
There are strong and compelling survivors that live through cycles of violence acted upon their bodies, their culture, their lands.
A lot of the narrative is very bleak and dark at times, though. It helps to slow down two-fold because then you aren't as heavy-hearted reading this collection in just one sitting but also when Faji brings in the light, you can find some hope through her utter honesty.
Indigenous women are missing or dead. There is violence enacted upon the woman body at every turn and yet nobody says a word at the physical evidence of that fact.
Two of my five star short stories in this collection: "Sisters" and "Cheesman Park" actually have similar discussions on the way that battered or "bruised" women are not seen.
Faji truly does not pull her punches in exploring the harsh realities of not only womanhood but being of Indigenous descent and being other.
This collection is out in this world now and honestly, recommend to get yourself a copy. A collection of short stories about women living in Colorado, who are all decedents of Indigenous tribes in Latin America.
Jun 04, Bookishfolk rated it it was amazing Shelves: own. This collection was everything I wanted it to be and more! It's centered around Latina women of indigenous ancestry and that is definitely the shining star in all of these stories and BRAVOOOO for bringing this into the spotlight.
It felt refreshing, and I feel honored to have these words. These stories revolve around women, mostly working class women, who are strong, courageous and determined humans.
Their ancestors were here before America was America and I think people mostly white people fo This collection was everything I wanted it to be and more!
Their ancestors were here before America was America and I think people mostly white people forget this or unfortunately, choose not to care.
History books tell us certain stories about the wild West, but this collection shows us the truth and gives us a lens to see the West from something other than a white person's gaze.
It helps us remember and honor those cultures that were here first-and that makes me feel like I'm holding literal magic in my hands.
There is a depth to each story and always a sense that although things might be tough or hard, or let's be honest, just real, cause this shit isn't always easy BUT THEN, add women-centered stories, culture, intimate portrayals, gorgeous sentence structure and storytelling and characters you fall in love with immediately for both good and bad -yes please!
BUT WAIT, you also get love, atmospheric descriptions where landscape and location plays a main character, thoughts about heritage and what that means, friendship, and family dynamics BUT ALSO, most of the narrative takes place in Denver, Colorado I'm only a short drive from Denver and so many references and places in the stories I could picture and I nearly screamed with excitement as I frantically flipped pages while soaking it all in.
This collection is that good. These stories are tough, emotional and have a sense of sadness interwoven in each one. So when you read them, don't expect happy, funny although I laughed quite a few times , or a lighthearted read.
What you need to expect is a connection with characters you may never make again although I have high hopes we will start to see more of this from authors and from Fajardo-Anstine herself and a sense that our true history is important and should be honored.
This collection will make you laugh, cry, worry, think and ultimately, a better person. I truly believe in the magic of this book. Sabrina and Corina is beautiful collection of stories even the cover is one of the most beautiful covers I have ever seen and I would suggest you run and grab a copy of this asap.
I promise you, you won't regret it! I was lucky enough to meet Kali Fajardo-Anstine last week in Denver and I haven't come down from the high since.
I can't wait to see what else she has to offer us-I know a book is in the works for sure and I'm thrilled!!! Breathtakingly beautiful and heartbreaking stories about some of the hardships Indigenous Latina women go through in life that will bring tears to your eyes.
I felt each story. I could easily see all of these stories turned into full novels I would love to own. Made me smile. View all 3 comments.
Feb 01, Allison rated it it was amazing Shelves: short-stories. Gorgeous writing, loved this short story collection on generations of Latina and Indigenous women in Colorado.
Oct 26, Will rated it really liked it Shelves: short-stories. View all 5 comments. Apr 24, Ebony Rose rated it really liked it. Though the stories show considerable range and depth, there are consistent themes of abandonment, family, culture and belonging that thread the stories together quite beautifully.
Even more so, there is a thread of a quiet sort of melancholy through the stories that binds them to one another. However, this was not a five star read for me, mostly because although I was impressed with the stories and wanted to connect to them, I just didn't quite get there.
I never became fully immersed in the stories save for a select few or characters again, except for a select few. However, I did find this collection to be incredibly well written as well as thought provoking overall.
Apr 04, Nicky rated it really liked it. A mostly excellent debut collection centred around Latin indigenous characters and their heritage, cycles of poverty, domestic abuse, and strong maternal family connections.
Best read slowly allowing each story to settle as I suspect it would become a bit repetitive if read continuously.
Her stance was wobbly and unrefined, as though she had given someone else permission to wear her skin. She would never lift me out of that sea.
She would never pause to fill her lungs with air. Soon the world would yank her chain of sadness against every shore, every rock, every glass-filled beach, leaving nothing but the hull of a drowned woman.
Jun 18, Karee rated it it was amazing Shelves: , scribd , audiobook. Review coming soon. Nov 10, Alex rated it really liked it. That said, I suggested that I would explore the works of women Latinx authors.
Sadly I did not do so but thankfully Kali Fajarto-Anstine's wonderful short-story collection forced itself into my sights, being a finalist for the National Book Award, to be handed out November 20th.
In these emotionally charged stories, Fajarto-Anstine explores the pain and violence that a community of indigenous Latinx women endure as they negotiate the ravages of life, each eager to find some sort of solace and hope despite repeated letdowns and tragedies knocking them down.
Fajarto-Anstine offers her new powerful voice to those keen to explore the contemporary experience of Latinx women in the United States.
While some stories are stronger the title story is absolutely devastating there are no clunkers here, all have enough to satisfy the reader. That said, I did find that each story shared a particular tone, which provides for some cohesion but also meant that Fajarto-Anstine took less creative or formal risks, something you tend to see many authors try in their collections.
That's a minor quibble though, for an otherwise outstanding collection and I'm very much looking forward to her novel's release next year.
Apr 04, Nicole Booklover. I loved and connected with the Hispanic reference—even laughed at some of them e.
There are times when we open a book and its undiscovered terrain. The social construct we live in doesn't always apply to the story we are entering so we have to come in with an open mind.
In this book, Kali Fajardo-Anstine takes certain elements and amplifies it to the point were we grow weary of the terror, the evil, and all of the harm done against the women that we encounter.
I think it was meant to be written that way. Orange World and Other Stories. Karen Russell. Grand Union.
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