An article I wrote for the Arts section of The Wellesley News regarding the failure of the “Spider-Man” musical and other such movie-to-musicals. Read the full article.
An Article I wrote for the Opinions section of The Wellesley News. The article was written in response to the murder of Renisha McBride, a 19-year-old black woman, by Theodore Wafer, a 54-year-old white man. This article was a part of an ongoing series about gun control laws. I argued against gun control while another staff… Read more »
A review I wrote for Lambda Literary discussing the YA Dystopian novel PROXY by Alex London.
An article I wrote for the Opinions section of The Wellesley News on March 13, 2014 regarding the value of Greek-life (specifically my experience as a member of a Greek-lettered organization). This was written in response to unfavorable depictions of sororities, fraternities, and similar organizations in popular culture and the media. Read the full article.
An article for I wrote for the Arts section of The Wellesley News reviewing The Boston Book Fest, specifically Lemony Snicket’s Children’s Keynote address and panel on Satire.
A review on The Actors From The London Stage’s rendition of the play The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare.
An article I wrote for the Opinions section of my college newspaper on suing of Apple and five of the “Big Six”* publishers (Hachette Book Group, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Penguin, and Macmillan) by the Department of Justice earlier this year for raising the prices of e-books.
The article focused on the affect of the lawsuit on consumers and writers.
*This was before the merger of Penguin and Random House
An article I wrote for the Arts section of my college’s student-run newspaper on National Novel Writing Month – November (NaNoWriMo).
An article I wrote for the Arts Section of my college’s student run newspaper on “How New Adult novels are redefining fiction”.
**This is from a published article I wrote for my college’s newspaper.**
Awakening Our Society: A Review of the Kindle Single
A new form of literature for the new generation
This month (March 2012), bestselling author Margaret Atwood released her first Kindle Single titled “I’m Starved for You” through with the digital publishing company Byliner. E-singles, which are digital novellas, have grown in popularity since the launch of Amazon’s Kindle Singles in January 2011. Although less than 30,000 words, “I’m Starved for You,” efficiently tells a gripping story about a married man struggling with his obsessive desire for another man’s wife. From the start, the e-single raises compelling questions such as “what kind of world is our society becoming?” and “how will we try and fix the problems we have created?”