Indie novelist, homeschooling mom, library-, media literacy-, and gardening-enthusiast, climate activist. Hapa (Korean, Ashkenazi, Welsh, English, and probably Creek) with an even more mixed family. Feminist, anti-racist, anti-homophobic; pro-human rights.
"This is indeed a fairy tale for cynics. Not only are there elements of fairy tales combined in a manner that inverts their usual symbolism -- Cinderella's slipper, the transformed Beast, to name just two -- the main character Violet is not the inn..."
"Kendzior aims her wrath at the elite actors in government and the legal system who have gotten away with criminal acts. That they have done this under our noses isn't an indictment of our inherent stupidity or banality, but our condition of having..."
"In [this book, New York Times best-selling author Sarah Kendzior explores the United States' "culture of conspiracy," putting forth a timely and unflinching argument: uncritical faith in broken institutions is as dangerous as false narratives...