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As teens in rural Massachusetts, my friends and I were bored, poor, and looking for something to punch. Just when we were ready for Fight Club, we got it.
Looking for a good read? Here is some of the best fiction we published in 2016.
These are the essay collections, memoirs, and nonfiction reads that we absolutely loved in 2016. (Ranked in no particular order.)
These are the novels and short story collections that we absolutely loved in 2016. (Ranked in no particular order.)
I can’t go back in time to help the boy I was be kinder to himself. But I can work to be at peace with the body I live in now.
“So, basically everyone in London is either related or from the Harry Potter movies?”
These are the essay collections, memoirs, and nonfiction reads that we absolutely loved in 2015. (Ranked in no particular order.)
Will any gift ever fill the hole in my heart?
What a year for science fiction we’ve had, with epic new space operas, fascinating new worlds to explore, and the return of some of our favorite stories.
2015 has been a truly great year for fantasy, with a number of stunning debuts, startlingly original standalones, and excellent new installments in beloved series.
These are the novels and short story collections that we absolutely loved in 2015. (Ranked in no particular order.)
It took moving to the promised land of California for me to learn that wherever you go, there you are.
Friendsgiving > Thanksgiving.
Five men discuss their relationship with their body, how it’s affected their lives, and how to move forward.
Jon Snow is the love child of Jar Jar Binks and Harry Potter. Prove us wrong.
“I’m looking forward to to completing your training. In time, you will call meesa master.”