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Hilarious One-Star Reviews of Classic Novels

By ElodieJuly 6, 2018
One-star reviews online are a thing of beauty. Some of them are earnest, most of them make no sense, and all of... More  →
Hilarious One-Star Reviews of Classic Novels

If Classic Authors Had the Internet

By ElodieJune 20, 2018
The Internet was a real game changer for us as a society. Suddenly, all manner of things were possible. Gone were the... More  →
If Classic Authors Had the Internet

Lord of the Flies, As Told in a Series of Texts

By ElodieApril 6, 2018
Lord of the Flies is one of those books that harkens back to a simpler (unspecified) time. It was a time when... More  →
<em>Lord of the Flies</em>, As Told in a Series of Texts

7 of Our Favorite Stephen Hawking Quotes

By ElodieMarch 14, 2018
I don't know about you guys, but I always thought of Stephen Hawking as a permanent fixture in our world. I kind... More  →
7 of Our Favorite Stephen Hawking Quotes

What Famous Authors Would Think of The Last Jedi

By ElodieJanuary 4, 2018
The reviews are in. Officially, The Last Jedi is a huge box office success. Unofficially, it’s one of the most divisive movies... More  →
What Famous Authors Would Think of <i>The Last Jedi</i>

Interview With the Author of All Grown Up, Jami Attenberg

By Janet ManleyMarch 8, 2017
"People architect new lives all the time. I know this because I never see them again once they find these new lives."... More  →
Interview With the Author of <i>All Grown Up</i>, Jami Attenberg

YA Author Amy Spalding On Genre, Music, and The New Guy (And Other Senior Year Distractions

By Nicole DiekerApril 5, 2016
How do YA authors choose what genre to write in? Is it possible to write about what you love? What advice do... More  →
YA Author Amy Spalding On Genre, Music, and <i>The New Guy (And Other Senior Year Distractions</i>

We'll Always Have Snogging: A Tribute to Louise Rennison

By Brit McGinnisMarch 1, 2016
This past week, we lost one of the great unsung heroes of YA literature. Louise Rennison was the author of Angus, Thongs... More  →
We'll Always Have Snogging: A Tribute to Louise Rennison

Into the Labyrinth

By Tommy WallachJanuary 19, 2016
Part 1: What Happened in Sarah’s Past? What Happened In Mine? We are all obsessive about something. It could be Harry Potter, or... More  →
Into the Labyrinth