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The Fault in Our Eyeballs: SparkLife Attends <i>The Night Before Our Stars</i> Screening

The Fault in Our Eyeballs: SparkLife Attends The Night Before Our Stars Screening

By Janet ManleyJune 6, 2014
Last night, in 650 theaters across the country, Temple Hill Entertainment chopped enough onions to make five thousand lasagnas. There were piercing screams when John Green popped up on screen at the beginning to tell everyone to participate in #askTFIOS after the movie, and the... More  →

Field of Dreams Is Basically Magic Realism + Baseball

By Tom LisiJune 6, 2014
If you build it, your dad will start paying attention to you again. So goeth the core mantra in American classic Field of Dreams, which came out 25 years ago this summer and is based on a novel by W.P. Kinsella. We know. Baseball, exploring father-son... More  →
<i>Field of Dreams</i> Is Basically Magic Realism + Baseball

LAST MINUTE UPDATE: John Green Was a Total Crybaby During the Filming of TFIOS

By Chelsea DaggerJune 5, 2014
The Fault in Our Stars, otherwise known as THE MOVIE EVENT OF OUR YOUNG LIFETIMES, opens tomorrow, and if John Green’s reaction to the film (a CEASELESS, TORRENTIAL DOWNPOUR OF TEARS, APPARENTLY) is any indication, you are going to... More  →
LAST MINUTE UPDATE: John Green Was a Total Crybaby During the Filming of TFIOS

10 Reasons the TFIOS Movie Won't Let You Down

By Lauren PassellJune 5, 2014
I was one of the lucky people who got to see a preview of The Fault In Our Stars—who wants to touch me?! Seriously, you guys. I wish you had been there. It would have been much more fun. The guy sitting next to me was... More  →
10 Reasons the <i>TFIOS</i> Movie Won't Let You Down

Where Do Banned Books Go? Conspiracy Theories

By Ashley Brooke RobertsJune 4, 2014
Pop quiz: What do Invisible Man, Howl, and Leaves of Grass have in common? Besides how rad you look reading them in public… Yes! At one time or another, they’ve been officially banned books. So many greats books have... More  →
Where Do Banned Books Go? Conspiracy Theories

Everything You Need to Know About Nat Wolff Before You See The Fault in Our Stars!

By Christin GestJune 3, 2014
Waiting for the premiere of The Fault In Our Stars (FRIDAY, NERDFIGHTERS!) sort of feels like waiting for your birthday. You want the day to ARRIVE ALREADY so you can celebrate with your friends, and cry, and maybe buy yourself a present because, hey! You deserve it! But... More  →
Everything You Need to Know About Nat Wolff Before You See <i>The Fault in Our Stars</i>!

Graduation Day in Your Favorite YA Dystopia

By Christin GestJune 2, 2014
Ever wonder what it would be like to graduate high school in a dystopian society? Put on your shapeless proleteriat garb and find out! *Drum roll* The Maze Runner You need to be in an all-boy or all-girl school for this one. In The Maze Runner, piddly freshman... More  →
Graduation Day in Your Favorite YA Dystopia

Q&A with Kat Rosenfield (aka Auntie SparkNotes) About Her New Novel, INLAND! Plus We're Giving Away Signed Copies!

By Emily WinterJune 2, 2014
INLAND, a teen novel about mermaids by Kat Rosenfield/Auntie SparkNotes, hits shelves on Tuesday, June 10! I read an advance copy of INLAND, Kat's second novel, and LOVED IT—even as a YA lit junkie I've never read anything like it. But before we get into... More  →
Q&A with Kat Rosenfield (aka Auntie SparkNotes) About Her New Novel, INLAND! Plus We're Giving Away Signed Copies!