The small moments of Helen Schulman’s 2018 novel Come with Me that express the most intimacy come not on an exciting reporting trip that doubles…View More The Ultimate Social-Distancing Relationship in Fiction
Though I’ve ardently and consistently loved books since I was old enough to hold one (and thus long before I could read one), it’s only…View More New Adult, Young Adult? What’s the difference?
I think a lot about the class issues in The Great Gatsby. When I first read it, Gossip Girl (the modern answer to The Great…View More Troubles in Adaptation: The 2013 Adaptation of THE GREAT GATSBY
As I write this article, many, many libraries across the country are planning to reopen in some capacity, whether it’s offering curbside pickup services or…View More Essential Until We’re Not: An Angry Librarian On the Disregard for Library Staff Safety
Lamenting how difficult it is to get your hands on your weekly floppies, my fellow comics geeks? Wondering when those delayed trades and collected editions…View More Pass/Fail: DC Universe’s DOOM PATROL
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This is a guest post from Kit Frick. Kit is a novelist, poet, and MacDowell Colony fellow from Pittsburgh, PA. She studied creative writing at…View More What All Those Dead Girls Say About Us
Everyone—you, your grandma, your best frenemy—should buy used books. In fact, I will go so far as to say that everyone should buy used books…View More Buy Used Books. Here’s Why.
Imagine this: your beloved fandom is blessed with an abundance of material—books, movies, and/or comics. You wouldn’t actually complain about that, would you? But that’s…View More Too Many Star Wars Books, or Not Enough?