A Harry Potter Fan’s Dissection of ‘The Cursed Child’

With all the buzz over the release of this new Harry Potter book, The Cursed Child, it seems that no one is really questioning if we really needed this. Is this book pushing Harry Potter a little too far?

A Harry Potter Fan's Dissection of 'The Cursed Child'

With all the buzz over the release of this new Harry Potter book, The Cursed Child, it seems that no one is really questioning if we really needed this. Is this book pushing Harry Potter a little too far?

Top Five New Retellings of Classic Stories

Olivia Handscom/ ‘18/ Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer About two hundred years before Disney introduced the beloved princess Cinderella, the Grimm...

Feminist Books For Everyone

Anahita Padmanabhan ’18 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer Near the beginning of January, Emma Watson decided to start a book...

Five Book Characters Who Deserve Their Own Spin-Off

Ever read a book and fall in love with a supporting, yet rich character? Wouldn’t it be awesome if all of these side characters had their own spin-off series or book? Here are five characters who should have their own spin-offs.

Remembering Terry Pratchett: Don’t Fear the Reaper and Other Lessons

On March 12, 2015, modern literature lost one of its great pillars with the passing of Sir Terry Pratchett. Though the world may mourn what it lost with Pratchett’s passing, it must also remember what he has left behind.

End to Censorship: Freedom Of Speech! Freedom To Read!

The censorship of books in schools has long been a topic of controversy. Which books should be permitted for reading and which shouldn’t? Who has the right to make this verdict?

Is Google Books An Enemy Of Authors?

Though the Google Books service has been lauded by many for its efficiency and the sheer volume of information available from the database, there is one very important group of people who have a very large issue with the service: authors.

Spin-offs And Not-So-Happy Endings

The latest trend in literature proves that saying goodbye is as hard for authors as it is for readers, if not even harder. Spin-offs are becoming more and more popular every year.

The Top Ten Best Nonfiction Books Of 2014

The best nonfiction of 2014 includes a little of everything—humor and seriousness, memoir and investigation, science and history. These are ten books that no reader should skip, regardless of his or her areas of interest.

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