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Review: Soft Science (Poetry) by Franny Choi

Poetry is often considered an art form that is entirely personal – both to the poet herself and to the reader. We bond with poems, project ourselves onto them, feel like we are a part of them. They can also be very hard to penetrate; they can intimidate and confuse us. For some, that confusion comes from a general fear that they can’t...

5 New Fantasy Books to Read After Game of Thrones

Fantasy Books to Fill the Game of Thrones Hole in Your Life So, the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones has wrapped up. In my opinion, the previous two post-book seasons did a decent job at continuing the story that George R.R. Martin had laid out. Season 8, however, was lacking in character progression, decent dialogue, worthy...

Seven Books on Mental Health

Mental Health: 7 Books that May Help

Mental health is very much a catch-all term in the same way that physical health is. Just as physical health issues range from cramps to cancer, mental health issues range from sorrow to schizophrenia. We all feel; we all have mental health, and so we all get mental health issues to some degree or another. Therefore, finding ways to cope...

Sleepless Night by Margriet de Moor

Review: Sleepless Night by Margriet de Moor

Sleepless Night, written by Margriet de Moor | Translated from the Dutch by David Doherty “The night is at its coldest now. I do not need a clock to tell me how deep the darkness is. I can hear it in the cold.” We are often told the right ways to love and be loved: what our expectations of love should be and how we ourselves should...