Listen up: Station Eleven is about a traveling symphony that performs symphonies (duh) and Shakespeare all across post-plague ravaged Michigan because survival is insufficient. Oh yeah, that's a Star Trek quote (Voyager, but STILL) and a comic features quite heavily. Despite the fact that I was reading about a plague that kills 99% of those … Continue reading Because survival is insufficient
Hello old chums! I'm not even going to mention, more than this brief moment, my lack of blogging frequency. I have books to recommend and a few other things to mention. This post may be a bit hodgepodge but who doesn't love that? I was in a bit of a book slump earlier this month … Continue reading Books for you! Books for all!
Last year I wrote a post - I read the news today, oh boy - in a "day in the life" type post to help people understand what I do all day. I was thinking about that post this last week for some reason and I decided I should do it again. The last time … Continue reading A day in the life
I talk a lot about summer reading for my patrons on this blog, but today I'm wondering what you are reading this summer or looking forward to reading. Personally, once I'm done finding those elusive happy GLBTQ YA books, I'll finish The Little Friend. Then I hope to get my hands on Neil Gaiman's new … Continue reading Grown-Up Summer Reading
I'm writing about YA short story anthologies for The Hub (to be published on Thursday, check it out!), so for the last few weeks that's pretty much all that I've been reading. It's been a little exhausting in some ways. I like short stories, but I don't usually like to read a ton of them … Continue reading Book review: Orchards by Holly Thompson