• Feminist Book Review,  Literary Book Review

    Milk Blood Heat

    My Review: Love requires a bareness, a certain pliability, and I didn’t thrill at the possibility of being transformed or wiped away.Milk Blood Heat is quite simply a stunning short story collection and an impressive debut. The stories in this collection felt as hot and sticky as the Florida sun, filled with complicated characters and the less-than-perfect lives that they lead. Having spent years living in Florida I felt at home while reading these stories, the microaggressions from the largely white middle-class inhabitants were deeply relatable. The stories in this collection were all about power struggles; between mother and daughter, husband and wife, brother and sister. The titular Milk Blood…