Methods of Adaptation: Is Bigger Always Better?

By Wesley Sharer When it comes to adapting much-loved stories for the big screen, whether the source is a popular […]

The New “Meant to Be”: An Interview with YA Author Lauren Morrill

By Amanda Festa I devoured Lauren Morrill’s debut young adult novel Meant to Be in one sitting.  I was visiting my college […]

The 2013 Literary Fauxscars: And the Nominees are…

After much debate, multiple trips to the movie theater, and frequent log-ins to our Netflix accounts, we have researched our […]

The Hunger Games: Why the Apocalypse is the New Vampire

By Amanda Festa I will clear the air right away and say, I was a fan of Twilight.  It seems […]

How Twilight Took Me Places I Never Thought I’d Go

I know what you’re thinking: Twilight hardly qualifies as literature, right? But I was swept up in the vampire craze, and read the each of the four books (Twilight, New Moon, Breaking Dawn, Eclipse) in Stephanie Meyer’s series.