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Pangs of Hunger

On the Thanksgiving morning of her nineteenth year, Lucinda took those first blessed steps onto the ledge of the train’s platform, hands trembling from...

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...

Features Fiction: Cynthia’s whispers

It t’was Halloween night, and as we slowly crept toward the manor, the fear in our heart grew louder. The roar of Cynthia’s taunts...

The perfect winter ‘booketlist’

As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder, the urge to roll yourself in a blanket while cuddling with a good book...

No one’s Mona Lisa

When I was 14, I visited the Louvre. The building was bigger than I imagined. Later, I learned that it would’ve taken  200 days to...

Toxic love can soon take a fatal turn

I met Jared two years ago at a coffee shop near Imperial Beach. He was the guitarist for some indie band at the time...

Feature Fiction: Stories

Courtesy of Pexels Welcome to the library traveler. Would it be rude to...

Radar Replay: Shaking up the formula: ‘Six of Crows’

“Six of Crows” by Leigh Bardugo is the first book in a stand-alone, young adult duology set in Bardugo’s Grisha Verse. Following the tale...

Feature Fiction, Issue 15, 1/28/20

Storm: By Sabrina Hunter, CW Her head was the lightning filled sky. Anxiety and thunder coursing through her veins, Blood substituted by sadness, The fast beating of her...

The Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy celebrates 50th anniversary

On the fourth floor of the Tomas Rivera Library lies UCR’s Special Collections & University Archive. Inside the archive are brightly lit cases of...