NOTICE: Ethel Wells is a character from The Underground Railroad. This interview examines her internal thoughts, childhood, and experiences throughout the book. I highly recommend The Underground Railroad. *** Ethel and I were sitting in a spacious room with blank walls. Q: Good morning, Ethel., It’s great to have you with us today. How are … More Exclusive interview with Ethel Wells: A Walk Down Memory Lane
The Great Gatsby nurtures a pessimistic view of the American dream, exposing underlying issues of racism, misogyny, and immobile socioeconomic classes in post World War one American society that have prevented people from reaching their “green light across the bay. James Gatz had every nook and cranny of his life planned out from the very … More The shiny American Dream: the core of The Great Gatsby
In the world of TV dramas where characters spin complicated secrets that most likely result in backstabbing fights, The Bold Type is a refreshing respite. Detailing the lives of three friends who all work in a magazine company and the struggles they face in American society , this freeform show successfully captures the essence of … More Let’s be The Bold Type
I picked up the book on amazon because of the Syfy TV show based on the same franchise that I binge watched last summer. The magicians is a book by Lev Grossman marketed as the adult version of Harry Potter and Narnia. I beg to differ. Unlike the whimsical descriptions and daring adventures in the … More The Magician or The Whiner?
I can still remember that day I decided to give the heartache inducing and sometimes friendship splitting vampire romance series a try. It was fifth grade and I was dead set on never reading a gooey romance book. After all, boys are gross and all they do is run around while flicking gross stuff at … More The Chemist: Please don’t let anyone glitter in the sun
With two ominous repeating notes and a foamy whirl of blood comes a rendition of the classic shark movie JAWS and accompanying music performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at the Symphony center. Directed by Steven Spielberg and featuring Academy Award winning music by composer John Williams, the twisting plotline and jump scares in this … More JAWS in concert. Think twice before you head to the beach on Memorial day!