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An Open Letter From You

Pride Month Blogathon: Day 15 – Introduction to Pride Month Blogathon by Cam Montgomery The first time you kiss a girl, you’re twenty-two-years-old. A college junior, majoring in two things that’d make you spiritually rich, but broke in the pockets. Young, queer, and naïve, is what they call that. You call it living. Oh, the girl? You’re [...]

By | July 1st, 2017|Author Guest Blog, Guest Blogs|Comments Off on An Open Letter From You

‘Room at the Table’: Pulse, Vincent Rutherford, and the Work We Have Left to Do

Pride Month Blogathon: Day 14 – Introduction to Pride Month Blogathon by Weezie Wood I woke up the morning of June 12, 2016, to a text from my cousin asking me if I had seen the news. I was already running late for brunch with my dad and I typed out a quick “No, what’s up?” before [...]

By | July 1st, 2017|Archive, Guest Blogs|Comments Off on ‘Room at the Table’: Pulse, Vincent Rutherford, and the Work We Have Left to Do

How Reading Got Me Through My Teens And Beyond

Pride Month Blogathon: Day 13 – Introduction to Pride Month Blogathon by EC King Depression and anxiety have always run deeply in my veins. These issues are hereditary in my case and, though they are not my constant companions, they are definitely frequent visitors. Even though I was a privileged, seemingly happy and rambunctious child, I [...]

By | June 29th, 2017|Archive, Guest Blogs, Readers on Reading|Comments Off on How Reading Got Me Through My Teens And Beyond

You Are Not Alone: Finding Community as a Nonbinary Teen

Pride Month Blogathon: Day 12 – Introduction to Pride Month Blogathon by Kav If I'm being honest with myself, I never thought of myself as “straight.” Growing up, I never labeled myself that way and instead thought along the lines of “I’ll love who I love, no matter their gender.” That's not to say that I [...]

By | June 28th, 2017|Archive, Guest Blogs, Teen Voices|Comments Off on You Are Not Alone: Finding Community as a Nonbinary Teen

Review: A Harvest of Ripe Figs by Shira Glassman

by Jennifer Polish Cover page for A Harvest of Ripe Figs, by Shira Glassman. A red parchment-esque background behind a violin, its bow, and several purple figs, one of which is sliced in half, its lush red insides facing the front. Esther of the Singing Hands is Perach’s Sweetheart, a young and beautiful [...]

By | August 16th, 2016|Book Review|Comments Off on Review: A Harvest of Ripe Figs by Shira Glassman

I’ve got a girl in the war

by Marieke Nijkamp  “The objection to fairy stories is that they tell children there are dragons. But children have always known there are dragons. Fairy stories tell children the dragons can be killed.” With these words, the late, great Terry Pratchett famously misquotes G.K. Chesterton’s Tremendous Trifles. It’s not a misrepresentation of Chesterton’s ideas though. [...]

By | May 13th, 2015|Archive, Author Guest Blog, Guest Blogs, Readers on Reading|Comments Off on I’ve got a girl in the war

Criticism and Discussion of The Other Me

by Suzanne Van Rooyen Authors need a thick skin. Putting a book out there for others to read takes enormous amounts of courage. Not only does it feel like you're exposing yourself – if not laying your soul bare for strangers' eyes – but you're also opening yourself up to the possibility of criticism, and [...]

By | March 20th, 2015|Archive, Author Guest Blog|Comments Off on Criticism and Discussion of The Other Me

Shadowplay by Laura Lam: Review

by Georgie Having read Laura Lam’s Pantomime - and loved it - I was super excited to read its sequel, Shadowplay, which follows Micah Grey’s journey as a fugitive after the tragedy at the end of the last book. Pantomime’s closing moment saw Drystan, the white clown from the circus, telling Micah that he knew [...]

By | November 25th, 2014|Archive, Book Club, Book Review|Comments Off on Shadowplay by Laura Lam: Review

Interview With Laura Lam

Sooo only like a month late, here is our interview with Laura Lam, author of our October and November Book Club books, Pantomime and Shadowplay! We had a lot of fun with this one, since Kathleen and I were also joined by Sarah and Laya, two of the awesome people behind lauralamfans.tumblr.com! Our transcript for [...]

By | November 15th, 2014|Archive, Author Interview, Book Club, Teen Voices|Comments Off on Interview With Laura Lam

Welcome to the Mainstream

by Karina Rose Twenty three million worldwide downloads. Hundreds of sold out shows. One hovering glow cloud that watches us all as we point and scream at it in praise. Welcome to Night Vale. It’s hard to even find a place to begin when talking about the cult hit podcast Welcome To Night Vale, as [...]

By | November 14th, 2014|Archive, Teen Voices|Comments Off on Welcome to the Mainstream