Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka's sweet, charming contemporary takes a closer look at one of theatre's most jilted lovers, Rosaline, in Always Never Yours.
Entries tagged: ShakespeareBook Report Book Report
In Speak Easy, Speak Love, McKelle George reimagines Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing in a 1920s speakeasy.
Emma Mills brings us the book equivalent of a teen rom-com, and we're totally here for it.
The main character in Marcella Pixley’s Ready to Fall deals with the loss of a loved one in a very personal—and slightly crazy—way.
Two grieving teens connect through art and theatre, and learn that you're never alone in loss, in Sonia Belasco's Speak Of Me As I Am.
Technique #8 on How to Keep a Boy from Kissing You: Gloss up your lips so his slide right off!
Robin Talley's Macbeth retelling, As I Descended, subverts Shakespearean norms.
Teenage geniuses obsessed with pop culture meet Shakespeare’s comedic scheming in Lily Anderson’s debut novel The Only Thing Worse Than Me Is You.
Cat Winters brings us a Hamlet retelling set in rural 1920s Oregon.
Cinderella + Twelfth Night + fashion house (+ adorable French Canadian) = a decent way to spend two hours.
Those Kiwis, they know what they're doing.
Let's go back to a time when Leo was cute and Paul Rudd still looked exactly the same.
When you’re friends with Joss Whedon, you say yes when he invites you to his house for a weekend to film an adaptation of a Shakespearean play.
Posh could spend a whole year inside the compelling world of Gayle Forman's Just One Day
A reivew of Kissing Shakespeare, by Pamela Mingle, in which Jenny really likes the Shakespeare part.
A review of When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle, who could really teach Shakespeare a thing or two about love.
Forever Young Adult Presents: A Review of The Gentleman Poet by Kathryn Johnson
Erin reviews a modern retelling of Hamlet from Ophelia's perspective, Falling For Hamlet by Michelle Ray.
Megan looks at graphic novel and manga adaptation of popular teen novels and young adult fiction.
In sooth Jenny know not why Claudia Gabel penned Romeo & Juliet & Vampires.
Jenny liked Illyria by Elizabeth Hand, in spite of the icky nature of the premise.
Meghan reviews Perchance to Dream, the second installment in Lisa Mantchev's Theatre Illuminata series, with a way to reinvigorate rail travel (hint: PIE TRAIN).
In Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev, Bertie is torn between a hot pirate and sex personified. (And that's a problem, why?)