Book Review: “Death and the King’s Horseman” by Wole Soyinka

I read Wole Soyinka’s Death and the King’s Horseman for an English class in 2013. Last week while trying to think of a unique story to review for my next post, I couldn’t get this play out of my head. For the last three years I’ve had a few lines from Death and the King’s … Continue reading Book Review: “Death and the King’s Horseman” by Wole Soyinka

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4 Best of…Female-Centric Graphic Novels

I  grew up reading comics. Some of my earliest memories are of going to the neighborhood comic store with my dad and sister for the latest Sonic the Hedgehog comic. This may be why I still never order comic books online, and I prefer to get them in person. There's a thrill about getting that … Continue reading 4 Best of…Female-Centric Graphic Novels

Leaders, Lawmakers, and Lovers: “The 100” as Literature and Television

On Wednesday, I handed a brand-new copy of the 2017 release Rebellion by Kass Morgan to the librarian so she could scan it. The librarian looked at the book and asked me, "Did you watch last week’s episode?" She wasn't referring to the book in my hand, but rather to the television show The 100, … Continue reading Leaders, Lawmakers, and Lovers: “The 100” as Literature and Television