Tag Archives: literary fiction

Upcoming Journal on Librarians and Libraries: Submit Your Story!

I’m so excited about this special issue from Inlandia! It’s a celebration of libraries and librarians. As a former high school teacher librarian, I will be guest editing. If you are a librarian and also a writer, we want your … Continue reading

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Adult Books for Teens: “A Tale for the Time Being”

A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki     Nao, a Japanese American girl, was born in California’s Silicon Valley, her father a successful ‘dot-com’ programmer. But as time passes, her dad and his projects become superfluous. In dire straits, … Continue reading

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Summer Classic Reread: “The Turn of the Screw”

Summer Classic Reread: The Turn of the Screw by Henry James  Why I wanted to reread it: I loved it long ago. I know that many teachers recommend it for students because it is a horror story, and they hope … Continue reading

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