I have been ruing this day since it became clear that the synopsis the Daily Beast posted was legit. I refuse to buy the book, and I choose to ignore the play unless it is a picture Jamie Parker as Harry Potter. That is the only good thing about the play. Since it was written […]Read More Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Featuring comparisons between Juno (2007) and Tallulah (2016) Hip opening song It really rushed into the topless scene. It was weird to have that come out of nowhere. I’ve had a girl crush on Ellen Page since I was 13, and to all of a sudden see her topless was strange. But it says something […]Read More A List of Thoughts and Questions I had While Watching Tallulah (2016)
“It really wasn’t until the moment that I did it and I was living even those days afterward where it was really like, ‘Wow’ like just thinking of the, maybe, the old things or the shame or all the feelings that at that point you might not even be necessarily as cognizant of, quite frankly. […]Read More Quote of the Day
“There is no happiness where there is no wisdom” – Sophocles, AntigoneRead More Quote of the Day
“I’m writing to figure out what I think about it.” – Joshua FerrisRead More Quote of the Day
In a land of smarmy book reviews and a time of look and listen to me because I have a fancy degree, the destiny of a great webzine rests on the shoulders of a young woman, her name Jessa Crispin. For those of you who aren’t aware, Jessa killed her webzine, Bookslut. It happened a few months ago, […]Read More Can Bookslut Return?
This summer, I’ve taken quite the liking to reading books on philosophy. It’s given me the idea of writing about my philosophies when it comes to reading. Should’ve Read the Children’s Crusade as a Child Types of books; ones we regret wasting our time on, ones we never finish, ones we wish we read sooner, […]Read More Reading Philosophy