Luna Fest | By, For, and About Women

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Luna fest is a short film festival that focuses on empowering women. Women in the film industry have had typical roles within Hollywood such as the model, the insufferable one,

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Incarceration in YA

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Prisons throughout history have been used to legally punish those who have committed a crime. When you think about prison your mind goes to a number of things such as

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Barely Missing Everything | Matt Mendez

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Processed with VSCO with ss1 preset Barely Missing Everything by Matt Mendez Atheneum, imprint of Simon & Schuster March 5, 2019 320 pages Trigger warnings: violence, firearms, death, abortion, racism,

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MGM: Endling the Last | Katherine Applegate

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Endling The Last by Katherine Applegate HarperCollins, 2018, 383 pages Trigger Warnings: War, Violence About the Author: Katherine Applegate is the author of The One and Only Ivan, winner of the

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Interview with Mae Respicio

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Mae Respicio is author of the middle grade novels THE HOUSE THAT LOU BUILT (out now) and the forthcoming BEACH SEASON, both from Wendy Lamb Books/Random House. Mae is a

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The Many Colors of The Gilded Wolves

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The Many Colors of The Gilded Wolves Diversity is a buzzword on everyone’s lips, but there’s not a lot of focus on what it does or should mean. It’s a

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