And the Winner is….

Congratulations to 2017 Cosenza Prize Winner: Continue reading


Books to Add to Your “To be Read” List

Looking for a new book to read? In honor of Women’s history month, here is a list of books by famous female authors to peak your interest.

Who is your favorite female writer? Which of her books is your favorite?

  1. Donna Tart: The Goldfinch
  2. Madeleine L’Engle: A Wrinkle in Time
  3. Katheryn Stockett: The Help
  4. Paula Hawkins: The Girl on the Train
  5. Harper Lee: To Kill a Mocking Bird
  6. Emily Bronte: Wuthering Heights
  7. Rupi Kaur: Milk and Honey
  8. Charlotte Perkins Gilman: Herland and Seleted Stories
  9. Emily Giffin: Something Borrowed
  10. Alice Walker: The Color Purple

If you would like to buy any of these books, click on the title to be redirected to Barnes and Noble’s website!

Happy reading!

Guess the Author

Take a look at the list of writers below. Do you recognize any of the names? Continue reading

Women’s History Month

March has officially begun. Spring is near, the weather is getting warmer, and the days are getting longer. But did you know that March is also Women’s History Month? Continue reading

Favorite Classical Novel vs. Favorite Post-1950s Novel

Although published a little more than 100 years apart from each other, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte and The Magician of Lublin by Isaac Bashevis Singer have a lot in common. Continue reading

Welcome Back!

The semester has officially begun, and that means paper time. Continue reading

LIU Post Fall Write-In

The Long Night Against Procrastination

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Favorite Literary Quotes

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“Searching for Poe’s Grave on Halloween, Balitmore, MD” by Jim Doss

Happy Halloween! Here is one more poem to conclude the spooky poem theme! Enjoy Jim Doss’ poem and comment with some of your own favorite spooky tales and poems! Continue reading

“The Listeners” by Walter De La Mare

For those of you who love spooky tales and poems, you are sure to enjoy Walter De La Mare’s “The Listeners.” Continue reading