Not to be cliché, but it’s hard to believe we’re already into the second week of May. I can’t really complain, though, because I’m prepping for some pretty exciting activities and developments over the next few weeks.
Marie-Helene Bertino’s 2 A.M. at The Cat’s Pajamas gives readers a lot of laughs with its precocious and potty-mouthed protagonist.
If you love the ladies of 227, TLC, and The Golden Girls, SheKnows.com’s free #SquadGoals coloring book is a must-print.
This lovely article generated some great hate mail from a conspiracy theorist who believes his sonnet analyses are the be-all, end-all of Shakespeare studies. He can’t spell “Tennant,” but, you know, he’s probably right.
Teacher Appreciation Day brought this piece, which focuses on the literary teachers who helped us become better citizens and students.
My article gives a brief overview of the current spate of Hollywood whitewashing, tweets from Asian authors included. For a more personal read, you should check out Preeti Chhibber’s 3 May write-up for Panels.
I’ve got your back, new graduates. Here’s an easy-to-write, multi-purpose cover letter you can use until you get some work experience under your belt.
For the new Star Wars fan who never explored the EU or read much science fiction, here are 20 great titles you’re sure to enjoy.
I reviewed Hyperbole and a Half last year, after finding Allie Brosh’s website of the same name. Now, Brosh is back with a second graphic memoir, Solutions and Other Problems.
Across the U.S., groups of men are banding together to form their own, woman-free book clubs. The reason why is still unclear. But they eat testicles at their meetings, if that makes sense to ya.
The stigmas attached to mental illness are too numerous to name here, but if you’re looking to educate yourself on the subject, you can’t go wrong with these memoirs and microhistories.
I write a lot about women’s issues, but my work has a pretty narrow focus: people with vaginas, of childbearing age, who live in the U.S. For a better understanding of the issues facing women of all ages, across the world, check out these awesome documentaries.
Between the World and Me author Ta-Nehisi Coates has a 2-book deal with One World, and one of his upcoming titles will be fiction.
Breaking Bad fans should take note of this new release, a memoir from Walter White himself, Bryan Cranston.
Afraid of the occult themes in Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings, Graeme Whiting would rather children read Shakespeare. Once you recover from that laugh, read the rest of the story.
Yay, graduation presents! Give your friend or loved one a book. It’ll keep longer than flowers, and it’s almost better than a kitten.
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