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The 2024 Writer’s Week Festival: A celebration of contemporary literature

The 47th Writer’s Week Festival, an annual event hosted by the creative writing department, returned to the University of California, Riverside (UCR) this past...

Sporty Spice: Top 10 sports romance books for when your boyfriend’s...

Sports romance literature represents a huge portion of the romance genre, so much so that there has been controversy about how fantasy bleeds into...

Top 10 romance books to read this fall

Fall is in full swing, and it’s time to shamelessly break out the paperbacks with dirty covers. As you crack open a pumpkin spice...

Poetry books to *fall* into this quarter

While I may be biased as an English major to believe that fall is the best time to read poetry, the idea isn’t baseless....

Need to get into the fall feel?

For most of us who reside in Southern California, a true fall season is practically nonexistent. We might yearn for chilly weather and more...

LA Times Festival of Books: literary fun for everyone

My trip to the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books was pretty last-minute. My professor alerted me to its existence, and that it was...

Book bans tell children that their literacy does not matter

If you are a current college student reading this, I ask you to recall your school library when you were a child. Was it...

Wintery books to keep your mind off the cold

Let’s face it, January is a sucky month for most of us. We’ve lost faith in our resolutions by now, the weather is cold,...

An “Unsparing” exposé of the Royals

In his memoir, “Spare,” Prince Harry candidly shares his life story, pulling back the curtain on life as a royal in England. “Spare” quickly...

Book Nook: The Cycle continues in Tracy Deonn’s second book in...

If there was ever a perfect sequel to a book series, Tracy Deonn’s “Bloodmarked” is it. Deonn delivers all of her promises of the...