Check out the Popular Literature Committee's "Tattoo Tuesday" posts for the summer!
Scroll to peruse all Tattoo Tuesday posts posted in the month of February, 2022. Sing, cardinal, sing! Your gorgeous tattoo deserves a gorgeous book, and Jesmyn Ward's prose hits the mark. Today we're recommending Sing, Unburied, Sing, by Jesmyn Ward, a book about family, grief, addiction, and personal freedoms. We hope you're as captivated by... Continue Reading →
Black history in the United States cannot be given due attention in a meager blog post. From the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, to Reconstruction, to the Civil Rights movement and the Black Lives Matter movement, it's easy to get entrenched in stories of Black pain and trauma. But amidst that there is also: excellence, joy, and... Continue Reading →
Scroll to peruse all Tattoo Tuesday book recommendations posted in the month of January, 2022. With apologies to the tattoo's owner, we cannot supply a book about dolphins - our Popular Literature catalog is evidently lacking in that department - but this week's selection is written by someone who loves dragons as much as you... Continue Reading →
Scroll to peruse all Tattoo Tuesday book recommendations posted in the month of September, 2021. Our second September pick is The Happiness Project: Or Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean my Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle and Generally Have More Fun. Phew, that's a lot but luckily for you,... Continue Reading →
The Popular Literature Committee - responsible for the Popular Literature section in Strozier Library - is bringing book recommendations from our shelves to your screens every Tuesday. Although we're marketing it as a "Tattoo Tuesday," if you yourself are lacking in the tattoo area, you can always feel free to submit your favorite: movie, song,... Continue Reading →
NaNoWriMo is National Novel Writing Month, in case you were wondering. Every November, writers from all over the world endeavor to write 50,000 words of their novel in thirty days. To join them, you need to do just one thing: write! Whether you're a seasoned novelist or a novice, November is the perfect opportunity to... Continue Reading →