At the age of 25, Huda Fahmy met the love of her life in a Jane-Austen style affair. Or at least…that’s how she tells the story.
Johnathan Kunz and Elizabeth Pich published a collection of entries from their webcomic in War and Peas: Funny Comics for Dirty Lovers
More than a decade after the murder-suicide that her son perpetrated, Sue Klebold looks back on the immediate aftermath of Columbine and what she has done to try and prevent violence going forward.
Many have heard of the mysterious Anon, but David Kushner gets a first-hand look into the group in A for Anonymous.
A short review for a little book: Maureen Marzi Wilson’s The Little Book of Big Feelings.
Stepping away from new releases, I step into a more classic piece of literature and reflect on one of the main characters of Frank Wedekind’s Frühlings Erwachen.
Rosemary Kennedy faced mistreatment during her life due to her cognitive disabilities. Kate Clifford Larson shines a light on her life in Rosemary: The Hidden Kennedy Daughter.
In J.N. Monk and Harry Bogosian’s Topside, Josephine “Jo” Wilson ventures into an unfamiliar world as she searches for the tools she needs to save the world…from a mistake she made.
An earthquake devastates an Italian town in Silvia Vecchini and Sualzo’s The Red Zone. The community must come together to repair their town and heal together.
Natalee Woods reminisces about her clients in a high-end department store in Full Support: Lessons Learned in the Dressing Room