Something New

I’ve long been a fan of graphic memoirist, Lucy Knisley, from her food encounters traveling with her mother in France in her book, French Milk to Something […]

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YA Lit for Mental Health

Being a teenager is tough for everyone. The already confusing time can become more overwhelming if you begin developing thoughts or feelings that don’t seem quite […]

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Reading With My Ears

As a reference librarian, I regularly work and answer questions in our AV room. Typically these questions are about movies and tv shows, but a fair […]

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Lust and Wonder

Some writers have the ability to write about painful and confusing experiences and infuse them with equal parts comedy and pathos. Augusten Burroughs is one of […]

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Favorite 15 in ’15

Today is New Year’s Eve. A day when people spend time reflecting on the past year and reveling in their favorite moments. In the spirit of […]

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