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If Hogwarts Had the Internet

By ElodieFebruary 8, 2018
I’ve always wanted to go to Hogwarts more than anything on this earth, but I’m also a hopeless Internet-addicted youth and probably what’s wrong with modern society, so that whole “no technology” thing would be a real bummer. The first thing I do every day is check More  →
If Hogwarts Had the Internet

If Literature's Biggest Romantics Could Text

By ElodieFebruary 8, 2018
There is no one in the history of the world who is GOOD at texting. I myself have sent thousands of texts over the course of my life, and all of them were a mistake. Mostly it’s just people saying “Hey, are you busy?” and me texting back “Sorry, I just saw this!” t More  →
If Literature's Biggest Romantics Could Text

8 Alternate Endings We Would LOVE to Read

By Taylor NolesFebruary 7, 2018
In an alternate version of the world, we're probably all talking about how sweet it was that Old Yeller successfully fought off that wolf and went on to live a long and happy life. Here are a few more possible endings to our fave fictional stories—if someone could get J.K. More  →
8 Alternate Endings We Would LOVE to Read

7 WTF Lessons from Classic Novels

By ElodieFebruary 6, 2018
The whole point of books is to teach us how to be better people. Always stay true to yourself, don’t give up, never lie to your mother. But then there are some books out there—CLASSICS, nonetheless—teaching absolutely bonkers morals that are probably leading our societ More  →
7 WTF Lessons from Classic Novels

8 Signs Your Favorite Character Is About to Be Killed Off

By Taylor NolesFebruary 2, 2018
Each genre has its own tropes for killing off characters. In horror, going off alone for some unnecessary reason is a bad move. Don’t do it. Stay with the group. And if you have to go, DEFINITELY don't pick a dark, confined space to hide. Listen, I like you, but if you’r More  →
8 Signs Your Favorite Character Is About to Be Killed Off

The Thirstiest Literary Characters, RANKED

By Maddy AaronFebruary 2, 2018
If you have zero cool, lots of enthusiasm, a massive crush on someone who maybe isn't aware of your existence, and a history of sending texts like, "I NOTICED THAT YOU LIKE BURRITOS I LIKE BURRITOS TOO MAYBE DO YOU WANT TO BE MY BOYFRIEND AND KISS ME ON MY MOUTH", there's a More  →
The Thirstiest Literary Characters, RANKED

Fantastic Beasts 2 Won't "Explicitly" Address the Fact That Dumbledore's Gay, Even Though It's a Movie About Him and the Man He Loved

By ElodieFebruary 1, 2018
LET DUMBLEDORE BE GAY. Sorry. I didn’t mean to just come right out of the gate swinging like that. Let’s back up a second. Yesterday, director David Yates said in an Entertainment Weekly interview that Dumbledore’s sexuality won’t be “explicitly” addressed in the forthcoming... More  →
<i>Fantastic Beasts 2</i> Won't "Explicitly" Address the Fact That Dumbledore's Gay, Even Though It's a Movie About Him and the Man He Loved

Never-Before-Seen Pix of the Marauders at Hogwarts

By Lila SelleFebruary 1, 2018
Today, you can consider us your own personal Mirror of Erised, because we enlisted the help of the incomparable Lila Selle to bring you never-before-seen pix of Padfoot, Prongs, Moony, and the OG ginger, Lily Evans, back when they were young and carefree and SIRIUS HAD A MAN More  →
Never-Before-Seen Pix of the Marauders at Hogwarts

If the Greek Gods Had Tinder

By ElodieJanuary 31, 2018
Dating has really come a long way. Nowadays we can just scroll through viable romantic partners while we’re waiting in line at Target with an armful of Hostess snacks and Diet Coke, but things weren’t always so easy.  In the 1950s, you had to sexily make eye contact wi More  →
If the Greek Gods Had Tinder

Anatomy of a Jane Austen Fangirl

By SparkNotesJanuary 31, 2018
Welcome back to Anatomy of a Fangirl! Today's anatomy was made possible by the ever-talented Elliana Esquivel, who, btw, just released a brill little zine! ✨ This one goes out to the fangirls who... Know which Darcy is the best Darcy Are earnest matchmakers Loved, lost, and loved... More  →
Anatomy of a Jane Austen Fangirl