Brooding boys, lots of blood, and the peak of 2009 fashion—it’s time to take a closer look at seasons 1 – 4 of The Vampire Diaries.
It’s time for Missy to wax poetic about Carmen Maria Machado again, for Merri to talk about knife girls, and for the two of us to sigh fondly over how much Cardan Greenbriar is a wife guy (change my mind).
We hope you like Keats, because he’s back for another round. We’re talking about Philip Pullman’s The Subtle Knife, the second book in the His Dark Materials series!
It’s time for jazz, a long discussion of YA fiction, and Val Kilmer.
Cult film Donnie Darko is notorious (get it?) for being a labyrinthine narrative of time travel, teen angst, and destruction. But is there something more beneath the surface?
Welcome to the first installment of Merri’s book club, where Missy reads the books Merri read a month ago because Merri bought them for her.
It’s time to dive into The Lighthouse, meaning we’re talking about Freud, Jung, and myth, and seeing how many times we can say “phallus” in 1.5 hours!
Grammar tips and spicy monster opinions: that’s the WWBUT way!
Join us as we take a look at Philip Pullman’s The Golden Compass! We’re talking a little about Milton, a little about religion, and a whole lot about the process of learning.
Missy watches a bad movie, Merri reads good books, and we are both baffled by the college admissions scandal.