Short Story of May: Always A Strong Smell

  Short Story of the Month: “The Nose” by Nikolai Gogol Maybe you’re dealing with work, or school (finals). Maybe you’re eyes are just tired of staring at the screen for too long. Maybe it’s time you take things a little slower as we are nearing the middle of the year.  Oh, the possibilities and reasons are endless for reading a short story today! Here’s … Continue reading Short Story of May: Always A Strong Smell

Book of April: Don’t Panic!

Book of the Month: Douglas Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy  In celebration of Earth Day, we think it’s only right you read Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.  If you’d like to read and buy the whole series, you can find it here at Barnes and Noble. Quite a good and cheap edition! Synopsis: Arthur Dent, a normal human being. Nothing special; in other words, just like you. … Continue reading Book of April: Don’t Panic!

Book of March: Garcia Girls

Book of the Month:​ ​How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents On Cultural Identity, Feminism, and Language Algoquin Books Edition It’s no secret that the Latino diaspora not only affects the immigrant’s immediate reality, but also affects their spiritual and emotional well­-being. It’s a wave so monumental that it still comes crashing into the lives of immigrants’ children as first generation success stories begin to … Continue reading Book of March: Garcia Girls

Book of February: After Many A Summer

  Book of the Month: After Many A Summer Dies The Swan by Aldous Huxley The Fault of Humanity in a Human World Elephant Paperbacks Edition New month, new book! Though The Celestina was enjoyable, we are moving towards a more contemporary period full of shiny and silly glitz, glamorous in all its superficial glory. I am referring to 1930’s and 1940’s Hollywood. As winter … Continue reading Book of February: After Many A Summer