Book Recommendations for the Ladies of “The Bold Type”

Who else watches The Bold Type? It's kind of a show that I didn't want to like, but can't help liking anyway. It gets so many things wrong, about media and publishing and journalism, mostly, but what it absolutely gets right is the friendship between the three main characters. Sutton, Jane, and Kat support each … Continue reading Book Recommendations for the Ladies of “The Bold Type”

Science Nonfiction to Read if You’re Still Excited About the Black Hole Photo

We witnessed history a couple weeks ago, as the first ever photograph of a black hole was seen and shared and reported on countless times on Wednesday, April 10. This is a monumental achievement, as it took a team of over 100 scientists and engineers several years and a computing telescope the size of the … Continue reading Science Nonfiction to Read if You’re Still Excited About the Black Hole Photo

Books that Will Inspire You to Make a Difference in Education

So, maybe you’ve been hearing and reading a lot about education lately, and you’re wondering why it’s such a big deal? Or maybe you already care a lot about education, but you want to learn more about all the interconnected issues involved? Or possibly you’re a teacher or education advocate and you want some books … Continue reading Books that Will Inspire You to Make a Difference in Education

Five TED Talks to Help You Fall in Love with Reading (Again)

Who doesn’t love a good TED Talk? They’re usually reasonably short, endlessly fascinating, and you always feel super smart and inspired afterward, or at least I do. There are TED Talks on pretty much any topic imaginable, but the ones I like watching the most are about (no surprise here) books, literature, and language. Here … Continue reading Five TED Talks to Help You Fall in Love with Reading (Again)