Nuestra parte de noche, Mariana Enriquez
I’ve been wanting to read this book for a while since I read La hermana menor, and I fell in love with both Silvina Ocampo and Mariana Enriquez. Her fourth novel Nuestra parte de noche —Our share of night— is dark, sharp, and somehow also tender. A book that one may think is a terror or fantastic story by its synopsis ends up being so much more than that, a ride-along Argentina and the context surrounding the character’s story, the country’s military dictatorship, the reality of rural life, religiousness, and politics. Mariana masters a mixture of genders and a complexity that left me only wanting to read more of her work.
Women at work, by Hey Studio
Lately, I’ve discovered Hey’s podcast “Women at Work” and it’s all I needed. Professional women talking about their jobs in creativity and design. A necessary dose of inspiration, motivation, and shared knowledge over common experiences and the challenges we face as a society.
Whack World, Tierra Whack
Whatever she does, I love. Having said that, her first album and my favorite is, I think, the best way to get to know her. It’s an audiovisual project where every song is intertwined into a whole 15-minute performance. Just enjoy!
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