I recently wrote an article for the Teen section of the Cambridge Idea Exchange’s website entitled Why Poetry Is Way More Punk Than You Thought. It includes a short argument in favor of poetry as entertainment, highlighting some common misconceptions. It also includes a list of 4 ways to discover poems that will appeal to… Read More Poetry Reader’s Advisory: How To Find A Poem
What I Read MaddAddam by Margaret Atwood. After rereading The Year of the Flood, and half of Oryx and Crake in preperation, I’m finally ready. I’m halfway through this gem, and it is living up to its prestige. Not only is this series an intricately told story with beautiful and hilarious tone, but it addresses political issues of today and… Read More What I Loved Week #3: Margaret Atwood, Portlandia, Tokyo Police Club, and In The Soil
It’s true: librarians are always on the look out for a new book to love. But I’ve found, as a group, we’re also pretty savvy when it comes to other forms of entertainment as well. Never have I met a group so well read, listened, and watched as my fellow MLIS students. So, as sort… Read More What I Loved This Week: Margaret Atwood, Bob’s Burgers, of Montreal, and fancy cheese.