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Strange Happenings in March

March 2nd

Monique Oliver: Accessory to Evil streaming on Netflix.

“From 1987 to 2003, Michel Fourniret became France’s most infamous serial killer. This documentary seeks to understand the role his wife played in these murders: pawn or participant?”

March 7th

Full Moon

Monstrilio by Gerardo Sámano Córdova on shelves.

“A thought-provoking meditation on grief, acceptance, and the monstrous sides of love and loyalty, Gerardo Sámano Córdova blends bold imagination and evocative prose with deep emotional rigor. Told in four acts that span the globe from Brooklyn to Berlin, Monstrilio offers, with uncanny clarity, a cathartic and precise portrait of being human.”

From From by Monica Youn on shelves.

“A kaleidoscopic personal essay explores the racial positioning of Asian Americans and the epidemic of anti-Asian hate. Several poems titled “Study of Two Figures” anatomize and dissect the Asian other: Midas the striving, nouveau-riche father; Dr. Seuss and the imaginary daughter Chrysanthemum-Pearl he invented while authoring his anti-Japanese propaganda campaign; Pasiphaë, mother of the minotaur, and Sado, the eighteenth-century Korean prince, both condemned to containers allegorical and actual.

From From is an extraordinary collection by a poet whose daring and inventive works are among the most vital in contemporary literature.”

March 10th

Scream VI in Theaters

“Four survivors of the Ghostface murders leave Woodsboro behind for a fresh start in New York City. However, they soon find themselves in a fight for their lives when a new killer embarks on a bloody rampage.”

Luther: The Fallen Sun

The New York Times Presents: Sin Eater on FX

“Anthony Pellicano was one of Hollywood’s most famous private investigators, known for being the man famous people hired to make a problem go away. He was known for taking illegal and unethical measures to do this, and eventually went to prison for wiretapping and racketeering. Now that he’s out of prison, he’s talking.”

March 17th

Saint Patrick’s Day

Boston Strangler streaming

March 20th

Spring Equinox

The Shoemaker’s Magician by Cynthia Pelayo on shelves.

March 28th

Lone Women by Victor LaValle

A House with Good Bones by T. Kingfisher on shelves.

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