by Kewanna Cigales
My love of literature began with a collection of Little Golden Books I received shortly after I learned to read. Initially, it was the vivid illustrations that captured my attention but as I read stories like… 562 more words
There are countless thrillers and mysteries about serial killers, hard-boiled cops following grotesque trails of breadcrumbs to catch a psychopath. But rarely do we get a convincing glimpse into the mind of the killer him or herself. 486 more words
Originally published in Library Journal, November 1, 1972.
The poems in this final volume of Sylvia Plath’s work were all written during the last year of her life, and are therefore products of the same anguished, meticulous imagination that created the famous 467 more words