Caragh M. O’Brien is the author of two wildly popular YA dystopian trilogies: “Birthmarked” and “Vault of Dreamers.” Read on to learn more about O’Brien’s inter-genre, many-layered journey through the world of writing and publishing! … More Powerful Trilogies and Publishing Tips: An Interview with Caragh M. O’Brien
For those unaware, the world is ending in Exandria. According to Cameron Deslaurier, “EXU: Calamity: is a great way for those new to D&D to jump in…… More The End Of The World Will Be Televised: Let’s Talk Exandria Unlimited: Calamity
To read or not to read? That’s the question. Catherine Casey explores the gendered divide that seems to define those who gravitate one way or another…… More Why Don’t Boys Read?
A recent phenomenon has taken social media by storm: That Girl, AKA the Cool Girl. So, the question is, what is she reading? Or, should we be reading it, too?… More The Cool Girl Reads: Examining The Social Currency Of Books In 2022
In honor of the 25th anniversary of LRR, editors Jess Gallagher and Nicole Catarino reflect on the legacy that each staff has helped to create…… More 25th Anniversary Blog Post
From a scrapped scene, to a director cameo, to a one-liner, to an Eternal who didn’t want to leave his family, Cameron Deslaurier writes that the MCU might finally be on track to integrated representation that doesn’t amount to queerbaiting…… More Being LGBTQ And Loving The MCU: Holding Out For A Queer Hero
Have you heard that Lockwood & Co. is getting a silver screen adaptation? Sophie Archambault discusses the casting choices Netflix has made in their rendition of one of her beloved YA series…… More Lockwood & Co. Headed to Netflix
When does modernization and westernization go too far and threaten a colonized culture? Aayushi Agarwal explores that in her review of Dumb Luck by Vu Trong Phung.… More Dumb Luck Review
Issue three of “Monkey Prince,” DC’s latest limited series, hit the selves on April 5. Brandon Barzola reports that the story continues to be action-packed and exciting…… More Monkey Prince #3 Review: The Bird, The Bat, And The Monkey
Samantha Bertolino explores some of Chaucer’s stories to discuss his relationship with women in his writing.… More Chaucer: Feminist or Fraud?