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Tomi Adeyemi: “‘Children of Blood and Bone’ is an allegory for the modern black experience”

If you count the seconds as Tomi Adeyemi opens her gold package — one (pause), two (pause), three (pause) — you’ll notice that it takes her a full 30 seconds before she’s able to speak. As she rips at the sparkling paper, digging for the prize inside, Adeyemi whimpers and laughs and cries, but it takes...CONTINUE READING

I’m obsessed with the cast of ‘A Wrinkle In Time’ and you should be too

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. Disney’s A Wrinkle In Time is one of the most highly-anticipated films of 2018, and with good reason. The film, based on Madeleine L’Engle’s 1962 novel, landed a star-studded cast...CONTINUE READING

‘Call Me By Your Name’ is a book worth reading—even if you’ve already seen the film

Whether you’ve seen the Academy Award nominated film or not, Call Me By Your Name is worth your time. On this week’s episode of the MashReads Podcast, we’re continuing our lovely streak of books that happened to have been turned into feature films. We discuss the brilliance of Andre Aciman and his stunning 2007 novel,...CONTINUE READING

Why this bookstore is only stocking titles written by female authors

Nestled between kaleidoscopic graffitied walls on a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it side street in east London lies a bookstore with a difference.  The shop, which is called Like A Woman, only stocks books written by women. Books penned by persistent women who’ve rebelled, shouted, and “fought for change.” SEE ALSO: Why the UK has set up a separate...CONTINUE READING

These new additions to the dictionary should have been added long ago

Merriam-Webster has done a good job keeping up with the social media-fueled times as of late, often making headlines for promoting social issues in between harsh political burns on Twitter. The leading digital dictionary announced 850 new definitions to its pages on Monday, and a lot of them feel overdue. There are a smattering of...CONTINUE READING

‘The War Outside’: An exclusive peek at Monica Hesse’s heartbreaking new novel

Monica Hesse’s books are like time machines — vehicles that help us explore our past. In her first book, The Girl In The Blue Coat, Hesse delivered a nail-biting deep dive into World War II, following a black marketeer in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam who is suddenly tasked with finding a missing Jewish teenager. Now Hesse is back,...CONTINUE READING

How come nobody’s talking about the poop scene that got cut from ‘Call Me By Your Name’?!

The 2018 Oscars are over and Call Me By Your Name walked away from the ceremony winning one of the Academy’s coveted Oscar statuettes for Best Adapted Screenplay. It’s an award well earned — a lot HAS been expertly adapted from André Aciman’s beautiful book to make up the moving film that is Call Me...CONTINUE READING

If you liked the ‘Annihilation’ movie, you absolutely NEED to read the book

There is frequently a disclaimer that accompanies Alex Garland’s new movie Annihilation: it’s nothing like the book. At first glance, based on the trailer, the movie positions itself as a fight against creepy things that go bump in the night. Natalie Portman, playing Lena the biologist, must go into “the shimmer” with a team, to...CONTINUE READING

Body positivity isn’t enough. This book will teach you ‘radical’ self-love.

Sonya Renee Taylor, an activist and poet who identifies as fat, black, and queer, refuses to apologize for her body.  But she doesn’t want you to mistake her defiance for an abundance of self-esteem or self-confidence. Nor is it solely about body positivity, a movement that has empowered countless people but one that Taylor believes...CONTINUE READING
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