Something Sweet for National Poetry Month
Poetic explorations of love, loss, trauma, self-doubt, and other challenges for young women.
Can we defeat fear by illustrating it?
Via Tumblr, Fran Krause crowd sourced confessions of people’s deep, dark fears and turned them into short watercolor panels, using the fear as a caption. This collection of those fears … Continued
Get Some Headspace
I never thought I had the time for meditation until I listened to Andy Puddicombe’s Get Some Headspace. More of an adaptation of Andy’s life than a how-to book on … Continued
The Sun is Also a Star
Looking for an unexpected love story that the whole universe conspired to make? This is your summer read.
Explore South Korean Culture
Maybe you listen to BigBang on repeat, have some TONYMOLY face mask sheets to use at night, or been binging on Boys Over Flowers through Netflix, but how much do … Continued
Being a teen in this country can be scary, especially for teens worried about being targeted by the police for their skin color.
The Diviners by Libba Bray
In this historical thriller, 17-year-old Evie must use her power to read objects to stop a serial killer. The problem? How do you catch a spirit?
I’ll Give You The Sun
Jandy Nelson paints a beautiful, but sad picture of the lives of fraternal twins, Noah and Jude, as they navigate everything from loss to sexuality.
Sometimes, in life as in fiction, marching band provides the perfect chance to make yourself heard, even when you march to the beat of a different drum.
The Beginning of a Revolution
The first in a trilogy, Pierce Brown uses Red Rising as a fantastic starting point for Darrow’s journey towards breaking the rules, changing expectations, and starting a revolution.