Rosemary’s Reboot: New Versions of Horror Classics | Pop Culture Advisory

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Lock your doors! The horror remakes and reboots are coming!

The Art of Trip Planning | Wyatt’s World

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Five different ways to approach thinking about travel collections, from old standby titles to less obvious choices.

Gabriel García Márquez and Magical Realism | Pop Culture Advisory

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Novels, films, and television shows that demonstrate magical realism

Writers Who Completely Suck

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Books for Dudes goes in search of books that do something…and definitely do not suck.

Marching Down the Stacks: Books for the Wedding Season | Wyatt’s World

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Five titles to spruce up your wedding collection: some are old, most are new, and one is blue.

Fright, Fever, Flu: Absorbing but Scary Medical Histories | The Reader’s Shelf

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A public fascination with the plague and disease in general has resulted in some fine science writing; the six titles gathered here demonstrate the impact these diseases have had on humanity, but they also highlight the key developments in science and public health that have driven down the rates of infection. From the April 1 issue.

Collecting Poetry: Celebrating National Poetry Month | Wyatt’s World

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Kick off April with focus and wonder; five new poetry collections to suggest to your patrons

The Business & Pleasure of Comics | Wyatt’s World

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Text and art, the complete package; five new titles to suggest to your patrons

New Adult Fiction | PLA 2014

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New Adult (NA) fiction is the rage these days in the publishing world, but what is it exactly? Is it an actual genre or just a marketing term? At a lively PLA2014 ConverStation session entitled “New Adult Fiction: What is It, Where is It, and What Should We Do with It,” facilitators Sophie Brookover (LibraryLinkNJ—The Library Cooperative, Piscataway, NJ) and Kelly Jensen (Beloit (WI) Public Library) ) threw out five questions for the audience to discuss at their tables and then share in the main conversation.

Reading for National Craft Month | Wyatt’s World

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Celebrate crafting and all manner of do-it-yourself creativity

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