Cooper’s nod to Poe here is thick with tension, mystery, and visceral descriptions of the protagonist’s creepy predicament. She gives you a frightening blend of details and questions, leaving you to wonder exactly what is going on, just like the young woman in the story.
“But you can see me under this green mesh” by Renée Francoeur in Squawk Back:
Francoeur covers her tenacious heroine with objects throughout this direct and hearty first person narrative, creating a highly charged set of cohesive scenes filled with symbolism and emotion…
Washington, D.C.’s public library is bringing attention to banned books in a brand new way: a scavenger hunt.
The Labor Day holiday marks an ending and a beginning— readying us for a changing of seasons that moves from summer frivolity to autumn responsibilities. But I agree with poet Jericho Brown when he says, “Labor Day is my favorite holiday.”
The Neverending Story Gets 3D Google Doodle Google honored The Neverending Story this past Thursday with one of its famous Google Doodles. It marks the 37th
Following the release of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” J.K. Rowling has announced that she is releasing three new Harry Potter books.