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Graphic Novels in the Classroom: A Teacher Roundtable

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Top 6 Apps and Websites for Literature Fans

<i>by Colleen White</i><p>Technology and literature can make strange bedfellows. In our world of limited leisure time, the rise of one can feel like it comes …

The seven books that won’t be in your high school English curriculum, but you should definitely read

I sometimes wonder if the worst possible way to raise a lifelong reader is to expose them to high school English classes. It’s not that these …

Alan Moore’s long-anticipated Jerusalem is a thousand-page doorstop that you can’t stop reading

<b>Jerusalem</b> <b> <br>By Alan Moore</b> <b> <br>Liveright</b> <b> <br>1184 pp; $47</b>Using the word “staggering” to describe Jerusalem, the new novel from English writer Alan Moore, might …

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The Wonderfully Weird Makeup Trick That’s Sweeping Korea

“It’s the hot tip in K-beauty right now.” This, I’m told constantly, and always take with a fat grain of salt. But at dinner in Seoul last week with a particularly plugged-in friend, I heard that a rather unorthodox trick called <i>jamsu</i> makeup (roughly translated to “diving” or “submerging”) had swept …

Resilience Is About How You Recharge, Not How You Endure

As constant travelers and parents of a 2-year-old, we sometimes fantasize about how much work we can do when one of us gets on a plane, undistracted by phones, friends, and <i>Finding Nemo</i>. We race to get all our ground work done: packing, going through TSA, doing a last-minute work call, calling each …

New Netflix Film Tells the Stories Of Sexual Assault Victims

After premiering to critical acclaim at Sundance last January, <i>Audrie & Daisy</i> has released its official trailer.<p>The upcoming Netflix doc juxtaposes …

Better To Reign In Hell: Literature's Unpunished Villains

Snidely Whiplash may have been famous for yelling, "Curses, foiled again!" And those "meddling kids" have spoiled many a villainous plot.<p>But sometimes, good doesn't win the day. Sometimes the bad guys get away with it.<p>And if we're going to talk about villains, let's talk about the biggest of the …

The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood review – visceral study of desperation

Margaret Atwood’s latest dystopian vision is full of acute intellectual and emotional insight<p>The pounding of the heart echoes throughout Margaret Atwood’s engrossing 56th book, beating in fear that it will soon beat no more. Charmaine and her husband, Stan, live in their cramped car, having lost …

Of Psychopaths and Presidential Candidates

Election 2016 has turned out to be a veritable field day for armchair psychologists—and some professionals, too. This is largely thanks to the …

The App That Aims To Gamify Biology Has Amateurs Discovering New Species

It's dusk at a park in Dallas, and white sheets are pinned up next to tall trees, fluttering like ghosts in the wind. They've been lit up with ultraviolet lights to attract moths.<p>A handful of people are holding up their smartphones, zooming in on the small dark specks that fly to the cloth.<p>"Bugs …

Neil Gaiman on Why We Read and What Books Do for the Human Experience

“Truth is not in what happens but in what it tells us about who we are.”<p>The question of why we read and what books actually do for us is as old as the written word itself, and as attractive. Galileo saw reading as a way of having superhuman powers. For Kafka, books were “the axe for the frozen sea …

15 documentaries on Netflix right now that will make you smarter

And with binge-worthy titles like "Making a Murderer" and the vast ESPN "30 for 30" library being just a click away, you can get a lot of great nonfiction viewing any night of the week. You'll learn a lot more about the world, but don't worry — you'll also be entertained.<p>Here are 15 documentaries …

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How These LA Art School Grads Are Disrupting the Luxe Eyewear Scene

Kickstarter’s fashion category alone has about 315 projects, and most (by that, we mean almost 90%) of them have a way to go before reaching their goal — a testament to how hard it is to sell your vision for the Next Big Fashion Thing. Clearly that wasn’t the case for L’Appel Eyewear, an …

Introducing Dry Masks—The Canadian Skin Phenomenon That’s About to Hit Stateside

A few weeks back, I was casually scrolling through Colette’s monthly newsletter—a curated list of all chic, cool things from the cultish Parisian fashion and beauty concept shop—when I stumbled upon this intriguing description: “<i>Les masques secs.</i>” Translation: Dry masks. As a skincare obsessive, …

3 Completely Invisible Sunscreens for a Perfectly Protected Summer

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The impossible task of stopping terrorism

Even as ISIS is failing in Syria and Iraq, its ideology lives on, leading to the murder of 440 people in the past three weeks alone<p>A wounded animal …

A psychologist says parents of healthy kids have these 10 things in common

Dr. Catherine Steiner-Adair is a family and children's clinical psychologist and author of books like "The Big Disconnect: Protecting Childhood and Family Relationships in the Digital Age."<p>She recently sat down with Allison Benedikt and Dan Kois, hosts of the excellent, endlessly listenable (even …

The 2016 World Fantasy Award Nominees Have Been Announced

The nominees for the 2016 World Fantasy Awards have been announced, including Lifetime Achievement recipients David G. Hartwell and Andrzej …

Hermann Hesse on the Three Types of Readers and Why the Most Transcendent Form of Reading Is Non-reading

“At the hour when our imagination and our ability to associate are at their height, we really no longer read what is printed on the paper but swim in a stream of impulses and inspirations that reach us from what we are reading.”<p>Categories are how we navigate the world, for better or for worse — …

Wheel life and fiction: bicycling in literature

From Simone De Beauvoir’s two-wheeled image of emancipation to HG Wells’s mapping of Martian landing sites, there are many fascinating cycle paths through books<p>The psychogeographic links between writing and walking are a cult fascination, as though the rhythms of perambulation and those of the pen …

Beverley Lee: The New First Lady Of Dark Fantasy

Six weeks ago a book appeared multiple times on my Instagram feed. The last thing I needed was another book on my TBR (to be read) list, but due to the comments written by the serious readers of #bookstagram, I found the book online, read the first paragraph and bought the eBook immediately. Half …

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11 Books Recommended by George R. R. Martin

The 10 Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books of 2016 So Far

From silkpunk to Big Data dystopia, the year's best SF/F (so far).<p>Four magical Londons or four women who meet during a violent rebellion? Sleeping …

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Bored With Avocado Toast? New Alternatives to Everybody’s Favorite Snack

No matter how you slice it, our avocado toast obsession is bordering on shameful. The healthy yet indulgent snack has fans in Gigi and Gwyneth, and it has achieved near-celebrity status in its own right. More than 155,000 photos on Instagram bear the #AvocadoToast stamp, and Etsy is home to a …

Byrdie Editors Sound Off on the Best Beauty Products That Changed Their Lives

<b>For more product recommendations, find out which</b> <b></b><b>drugstore product every makeup artist buys</b><b>.</b>

Communicator-in-chief: Where Obama’s rhetoric illuminated a complex world, Trump’s deceptive dialect dumbs down

<b>Barack Obama, Donald Trump (Reuters/Yuri Gripas/Brian Snyder/Salon)</b><p>You only have to read the first words of “Dreams from My Father” and “Crippled America” to see the stark difference<p>David Masciotra<p>June 19, 2016 4:00pm (UTC)<p>In America’s slow and steady move from a literary culture to an audio-visual …

5 Sleep Masks for the Longest Day—And Shortest Night—Of the Year

Tomorrow marks the Summer Solstice: aka the longest day—followed by the shortest night—of the year. And what better way to make the most of your slightly abbreviated beauty sleep than with a light-blocking eye mask that ensures optimal REM? As it turns out, the right sun-shielding silk screen has …

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A Conversation With Nicolas Berggruen [6.5.18]<p><i>The relationship between parents and children is the most important relationship. It gets more</i> …

Really Weird Books for Fogged-in, Coast-Side Reading this Summer

I live by the beach, and we know that summer begins when the sun disappears towards the end of May, for about three months. That's when it becomes …

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