Monique is an exciting new voice in Latinx fiction.
She thought about the toasted bread that her mother made for her every morning to drink with black sage tea, but most of all, she thought about a perfect kind of love.
“You think you could make a shrine to Bárbara Mori out of old magazine clips, gluing each piece of her to the tiny nook in your wall.”
“Small and dark and slanted eyed like me.”
“We’re a bunch of slanted-eyed brown girls watching wide-eyed white girls being chased by a killer.”
“No vampires, werewolves, and certainly no witches.”