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Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of July 23, 2018

by Jen Gheller


Did you enjoy the Buck Moon and lunar eclipse last night? Such a treat! If you missed it, or any of our posts this week, have no fear! We have a recap just for you, dear readers: On Monday, Rebecca Buchanan deliberated her opinion on The Metaphysical Detective; On Tuesday, Suz Thackston recounted her otherworldly experience with the […]


Review: Moxie; Amelia Westlake

by Alexa Wilson Kelly


These days, girl power is ruling the market for children’s literature—and given the current sociopolitical climate, it’s not hard to see why. Between the legacy of the Women’s March (which has itself been the subject of a picture book) and the ongoing discomfort and uncertainty that comes with being a woman in Trump’s America, it’s […]




Weekly Wrap-Up: Week of July 16, 2018

by Anna O’Brien


Dearest readers and fans of speculative fiction: we are pleased to present to you our weekly rendition of the blog overview. So please sit back, meander through our posts, and relax! On Monday, Beth McCabe sung the praises of used book stores in the second part of a series from her monthly column “Breakfast Anytime”; […]


OMG, I heart Rachel Morgan!

by Calee Jordan


Warning: Spoilers will follow. Can I contract swimmer’s ear from headsets? For the last month, I’ve worn headsets everywhere—in the yard, when I have a spare moment at work, in the tub, in the car (well, the headset covers only one ear then). I’m so addicted to my current set of audio books that my […]



Pet Peeves

by Jennifer Karr


In her October 2014 blog post, “The Inner Child and the Nude Politician,” as published in No Time to Spare (2017), Ursula K. Le Guin had this to say about the Inner Child and the idea that a truly creative person is someone deliberately refusing to grow up: “It seems to me the Super-Perceptive Child […]