Tagged - books
BookTok is turning the publishing industry into fast fashion
Are publishers and authors publishing books too quickly to capitalize on hype, and does this hurt the quality of their writing?
2022 Kafka Prize winner visits UR campus for reading and Q&A
From their black Doc Marten boots and the rings on every finger, I thought that Bea was going to be cool and hip, and I was totally right!
Veteran talks violence, masculinity, and capitalism in new book
Former marine Dr. Lyle Jeremy Rubin ‘20 gave a talk on violence, masculinity, and capitalism rooted in his Afghanistan War experiences.
Liv on the Edge: ‘A Little Life’ broke my little heart
“A Little Life” is about childhood, and about adulthood, and addiction, and sexual abuse, and love, and, of course, life itself.
Student discusses life with autoimmune disorder in forthcoming book
When she began her first semester at UR, M.A. felt as if everything was in place. She loved her classes, made new friends, and was starting to feel at home despite having moved across the world from Lebanon to the U.S. It wasn’t until finals week that she began to feel more exhausted than normal.
How I fell in love with ‘Percy Jackson’ in college
It’s sweet to see young, awkward love, and be drawn into memories of being 13 and painfully awkward in the ways of romance, while at the same time being exceedingly grateful you have successfully made it past those cringeworthy years.