New Releases 12/11

Paper Girls Vol. 5 By Brian K. Vaughn: Can anyone escape fate? That’s what Mac and her fellow newspaper delivery girls must discover as they escape the year 2000 and travel to the distant future. Plus, the truth behind the mysterious “old-timers” is finally revealed. From Brian K. Vaughan, the award-winning writer of comics like … Continue reading New Releases 12/11

What We’re Reading Wednesday

Shock Value by Jason Zinoman This book tells the remarkable story of how a group of young college filmmakers transformed a barely respected genre into a billion dollar industry. These artist's influence can be felt to this day in every aspect of pop culture. Even if you are not a horror fan, Shock Value will … Continue reading What We’re Reading Wednesday

What We’re Reading this Week

Beyoncè in Formation by Omise'eke Natasha Tinsley Through a deeply intimate and complex reading of Lemonade, Tinsley invites her readers to reach beyond their normal reading practices. Tinsley, beautifully explores her own history, queerness, and ratchet feminism though Beyoncè's homage to her southern roots. As a Black femme myself, this work has been challenging and exciting. … Continue reading What We’re Reading this Week

What We’re Reading This Week

The Incendiaries by R.O Kwon Frustrating, chill-raising, and oh so good, The Incendiaries is just what the title implies—an explosive attack of raw emotion, psychological exploration, and examination of humanity's darkest impulses. Written from multiple perspectives, the novel follows the disjointed love story of Will and Phoebe, two college students refusing to acknowledge their painful … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week

What We’re Reading This Week

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black Books with maps are (mostly) always amazing! Holly Black does not disappoint with her new novel. And her world building is saga-worthy. I am obsessed with the illustrations and all the detail that has been put into this tantalizing royal tale of faeries, espionage, and overcoming fear. —Savannah   … Continue reading What We’re Reading This Week