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Intolerance of the State

By Kathrese McKee | ROW80

How many Young Adult dystopian novels have hit it big in recent years? The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins springs to mind, and so does Glitch by Heather Anastasiu and Matched by Ally Conde and many others. In fact, Goodreads published an infographic showing more dystopian novels are being published now than at any time since the 1960s. My […]

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When the Fans Take Over

By Kathrese McKee | Uncategorized

When the fans take over, what’s an artist supposed to do? George Lucas could be asking himself that question as J.J. Abrams takes over the director’s chair for the seventh Star Wars movie.  J.J. was even younger than I was when he saw the first Star Wars movie, and he says, “‘To be a part […]

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Star Wars, Still My Favorite

By Kathrese McKee | ROW80

My first date ever was back in the days when the first ever Star Wars movie came out. Back then, it was just Star Wars, not Star Wars, Episode IV: A New Hope. I know this sounds cruel, but I don’t remember his name. All I remember is the movie. Star Wars had it all: an epic […]

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