Viral Stories

There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the way entertainment is created and produced. Rarely, however, do we talk about the pandemic’s impact on what kind of content is being created. Most readers turn to books filled with more individual-level struggles like love triangles or relationship woes…

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Three Poets That Won’t Remind You of English Class

While there’s no doubt that some types of poetry have been heavily influenced by older, structure-heavy forms like sonnets and soliloquies, the work of many modern poets has transformed the industry into one that is much more accessible for audiences who are younger, or simply less acquainted with the poetry genre.

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Anti-Racist Reads for Life-Long Activism

While victories small and large are being won as a direct result of the Black Lives Matter protests, it is imperative that members of the non-Black community make their support a life-long commitment even after the protests become less frequent. Educating oneself is one of the most important parts of long-term activism, so here is a list of books related to the BLM movement to get you started:

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Why I’m Always (Re)Reading A Gillian Flynn Novel

Every avid reader has at least one book or book series they find themselves reading over and over again. Sometimes these books remind us of our childhood or mark the discovery of a new genre; sometimes they simply give us comfort in a way we can’t quite explain. This week, I’ll be talking a little bit about my “go-to” books, and what makes them so significant to me. 

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Three Women

Three Women tells the very separate, yet strikingly similar stories of three women: Lina, Maggie, and Sloane. Despite being different ages, living in different states, and being from starkly different socio-economic backgrounds, each woman’s narrative is tied together by one common disruption.

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