That can be Arranged: A muslim Love story

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.

War and Peas: Funny Comics for Dirty Lovers

Johnathan Kunz and Elizabeth Pich published a collection of entries from their webcomic in War and Peas: Funny Comics for Dirty Lovers

A Mother’s Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy

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.

A For Anonymous: How a Mysterious Hacker Collective Transformed the World

Many have heard of the mysterious Anon, but David Kushner gets a first-hand look into the group in A for Anonymous.

The Little Book of Big Feelings

A short review for a little book: Maureen Marzi Wilson’s The Little Book of Big Feelings.

Wendla Bergmann never had a Chance

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: The Hidden Kennedy Daughter

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.

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