In Speak Easy, Speak Love, McKelle George reimagines Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing in a 1920s speakeasy.
Entries tagged: 1920sBook Report Let's Go to the Movies!
The Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them movie takes place in 1926 but pretends racism wasn't a thing.
Celebrate the cinematic return to the Wizarding World in 1920s style!
Cat Winters brings us a Hamlet retelling set in rural 1920s Oregon.
Lee Kelly's captivating new novel immerses you in a 1920s world in which Prohibition didn't ban alcohol--it banned magic.
Libba Bray outdoes herself with the long-awaited second book in The Diviners series.
Jill walks you through sewing a cloche hat, so you can party with Gatsby too.
Erin reviews Mary Casanova's Frozen and tries not to yawn her way through it.
Erin reviews Libba Bray's latest masterwork, The Diviners, a spooky tale of murder, mayhem and mystery, set in the totally jake Twenties.
Alix reviews Silhouette of a Sparrow by Molly Beth Griffin about a teenage girl trying to assert herself as a young woman in the 1920s.
A recap of The Vampire Diaries, episode 3x20, "Do Not Go Gentle", with drinking game and ohshitometer.