A friend just shared with me the art of Thomas Doyle, which I share with you because every sculpture I click on has me writing a new twisted YA post-apocalyptic/dystopian novel in my head.
For instance, this. Or oh god, this.
Sometimes they’re zombie novels.
Oooh, wow, I really like these!
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MsParenthetical Well said, @ShoshanaFlax . John Green is a great writer among many; his experience shouldn't have to represent all YA. http://t.co/d910nvgjvq
MsParenthetical 2 of 5 stars to Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher http://t.co/LX2qlpH7kZ
MsParenthetical 3 of 5 stars to Dear Blue Sky by Mary Sullivan http://t.co/31PpgYKpFw
MsParenthetical "Educational 'reformers'...can't get used to the idea that education is a labor-intensive project" - YES, thank you! http://t.co/x53xbKn264
MsParenthetical If you've rolled your eyes at the idea that fantasy can't have powerful ladies/POC b/c "inaccuracy," this is for you. http://t.co/tTuj2kUGeD
MsParenthetical Yet another article by a teacher too demoralized by testing to stay in her job. When will the backlash be enough? http://t.co/PcvIWlsA6t
MsParenthetical 5 of 5 stars to Feed by M.T. Anderson http://t.co/AVp2MgS07T