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2019 National Book Awards

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In 1950, the National Book Awards (NBA) were established in order to “celebrate the best literature in America, expand its audience, and ensure that books have a prominent place in

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Voices to Be Heard | Carnegiea Literary Magazine

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Tucson is a beautiful city with many artistic qualities. The community is diverse with many individuals from different places that bring unique styles, perspectives, and liveliness to the city itself.

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Murder and Psychics and Curses, Oh My! | The Raven Cycle

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In honor of Halloween, I wanted to talk about the tantalizing YA fantasy series, The Raven Cycle, by Maggie Stiefvater because it’s full of magic and death and all of

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All Things Publishing with Eric Smith

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One of the many reasons why I love the University of Arizona is that it has opened my eyes to all of the different realities of an English major after

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TUSD & Sex Education

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Sex education has become a hot topic in Southern Arizona, specifically in Tucson. A new program called the “Family Life Curriculum” has been brought to the attention of many students

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Depression in Who Put This Song On?

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Books featuring teenage characters with depression are nothing new. A lot of us have read Ellen Hopkins’ Impulse or Patricia McCormick’s Cut. There are of course more recent young adult

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