Liz French

About Liz French

Library Journal Senior Editor Liz French edits nonfiction and women's fiction reviews at LJ and reads both nonfiction and fiction. Email: efrench@mediasourceinc.com, Twitter: @lizefrench

Survivors, Rebels, & Ruins | What We’re Reading

Lost New York

What are the SLJ/LJ editors reading this week? Stories of survival and more.

Going to a Bad Place | What We’re Reading

Death Note

Fiction takes us to some bad and Bad places this week

Classic Returns Returns! And Goes to the Movies | Classic Returns

GetCarter

Summertime is all about beach reads and blockbuster films—slipping into that air-conditioned cinema to cool off and escape reality for 90 minutes or so, immersing oneself in an alternate universe. We’re going to the movies for this return of Classic Returns, with rereleases and reissues of books that were made into movies, and are about […]

Learning from the Past | What We’re Reading

Orange Is the New Black

Time to go to prison, read to the kids, rumble with the Greasers and Socs, and pick a family with the School Library Journal/LJ staffers this week.

Family Stories, Twins, Con Artists, and Gatsby Love | What We’re Reading

Ghost Story

Now that LJ/SLJ staffers have relocated to a new office, we’re ready to report on what we’re reading again!

Special Report: ThrillerFest IX, Part II | What We’re Reading

AnitaNair.CutLike

Part II of the ThrillerFest “What We’re Reading” report

Special Report: ThrillerFest IX, Pt. I | What We’re Reading

askascienceteacher

Part I of a special “What We’re Reading” report from ThrillerFest 2014 in New York City.

After the Fourth | What We’re Reading

Shriver.Kevin

The LJ/School Library Journal crew enjoyed a long weekend of holiday reading about dysfunctional family members, unnatural creatures, early 20th-century New Yorkers, a hero who can’t say no, Texas dynasties, and tasty Narnian treats.

What We’re Reading Special Edition: ALA Attendees | ALA Annual 2014

Gabaldon

A drive-by report of what select ALA attendees are reading

Summer Begins | What We’re Reading

The Birth of Korean Cool

It’s the first week of summer, and the LJ/School Library Journal crew meets new and old friends, explores diverse voices in nonfiction and fiction, and gleefully waits for horrible things to happen.

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