Once there was a girl who couldn’t breathe the air of earth. Her lungs required a different oxygen, the air of a world above the clouds where a bird lived in […]
You’ve probably seen it before: white fashion gurus at Coachella getting attacked for wearing gem bindis, Blake Lively being slandered all over social media for commenting that she has an “LA face […]
By: Danielle Brubaker Upon finishing We Are The Ants, I stared in silence at my wall for a good half hour. I think that’s a sign of a good book: when […]
If you’ve ever seen the 1984 movie The Terminator, then you know computers can have a dark side. There’s the famous scene in which Kyle Reese dramatically declares that computers “decided […]
It’s nothing groundbreaking to say that there is value in failure. It builds character, thickens our skin, tells us when to strive higher. But in our valiant efforts to promote positive self-image we have instilled the belief in children that they can’t fail.
I knew it was going to be my kind of book when Alice befriended an axe murderer on page six. I’m a simple girl; the way to my heart is through a […]
Taxidermy, wheelchairs, and the name Edith have all officially been ruined for me. With Halloween fast approaching, there’s no better way to get into the season than reading the deeply disturbing and […]