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REVIEW | Strange Birds: A Field Guide to Ruffling Feathers

REVIEW | Strange Birds: A Field Guide to Ruffling Feathers

In Strange Birds, four girls form an unlikely friendship that leads to activism. Ofelia Castillo (budding journalist), Aster Douglas (bookish foodie), Cat Garcia (bird aficionado), and Lane DiSanti (artist) are as different as can be. But when the Floras -- their local Scout troop -- plans to crown its next queen with a hat of feathers, the girls band together to fight for birds.

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REVIEW | GOOD ENOUGH

REVIEW | GOOD ENOUGH

In Paula Yoo's Good Enough, high school senior Patti Yoon is preparing to retake the SATs after failing to make her Korean proud with her 2010 score. It doesn't help that she's also lost her concertmaster position at the All-State Orchestra. Both "failures" are conversation fodder at her Korean church where she also plays music.

Anwuli Ojogwu, Co-Founder of Nigerian Press, Narrative Landscape Talks Publishing and Freelancing Editing in Nigeria

Anwuli Ojogwu, Co-Founder of Nigerian Press, Narrative Landscape Talks Publishing and Freelancing Editing in Nigeria

Anwuli Ojogwu, Co-founder of Narrative Landscape Press on her path to co-founding an independent publishing firm and her work as an editor. We also discussed the challenges the small Nigerian press faces, her mission to standardize Nigerian editorial rates, and advice for budding editors.