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Book Club: FLYGIRL by Sherri L. Smith

Book Club: FLYGIRL by Sherri L. Smith

Ida Mae Jones dreams of flying planes, but after her father passed away, a colored girl like her can hardly take to the skies without taking a dangerous trip to Chicago to take the only available pilot's test for coloreds. [...]

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Almost: An Interview with Amalie Howard

Almost: An Interview with Amalie Howard

What's a heroine to do when her quest takes her to a world entirely unlike her own? That's just what happens to Riven, the protagonist in Amalie Howard's THE ALMOST GIRL from Strange Chemistry out earlier this year. We had the [...]

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Book Club: I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga

Book Club: I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga

At first glance, Jasper Dent could be an ordinary 17-year-old boy - albeit a particularly good-looking and charming one - if it wasn't for one little detail: his father is the world's most notorious serial killer, and he's trained Jazz [...]

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GIC Best of 2013: Editor’s Picks

GIC Best of 2013: Editor’s Picks

This has been a great year for geek culture, especially as a female reader or viewer. So to honor this excellent year, the staff here at GIC has prepared a list of the best stuff we read and watched in [...]

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REVIEW: Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge

REVIEW: Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge

Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast but with a twist: it’s set in a world that believes in Greek mythology as well as the Greek and Roman empires. This adds the first of [...]

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REVIEW: Relic by Heather Terrell

REVIEW: Relic by Heather Terrell

Heather Terrell's Relic, the first installment in the Books of Eva series, is about the first girl in over a 100 years to compete in the Testing, a competition designed for the people of New North to find Relics, or [...]

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Enlightened Young Adult Reading

Enlightened Young Adult Reading

A combination of things sparked my love of LGBTQ fiction – a frustration with the same old love story; seeking inclusion for all in literature; and my romantic curiosity towards a good friend of mine, who was a lesbian. Acceptance [...]

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