Carolina Ciucci

Carolina Ciucci is a teacher, writer and reviewer based in the south of Argentina. She hoards books like they’re going out of style. In case of emergency, you can summon her by talking about Ireland, fictional witches, and the Brontë family. Twitter: @carolinabeci

Double Erasure: Latin American Women Writers

On the struggles faced by Latin American women writers to have their work recognized.

Dear Non-Readers: Stop Saying These Things To Us

No really, cut it out.

The Appeal of the Witch

Witchcraft narratives have captured human imagination for centuries. This is a breakdown of the elements that constitute the appeal of the witch.

Unsung Poets: Songwriters

A defense of songwriters as poets in the light of Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize for Literature win.

A Party of One: How To Set The Perfect Mood For Any Book

How to create the perfect mood and ambiance for any kind of reading.

Dear Non-Readers: Stop Saying These Things To Us

No really, cut it out.

Confessions of a Recovering Book-to-Film Adaptation Snob

One Rioter on working to overcome adaptation snobbery.

How to Choose Your Next Read when You’re Sick

Choosing the right book when you're sick is a tricky business.

My Romance Wishlist: Things I Want to See More of in Romance Novels

Situations we'd love to see more of in romance novels.

Why I Love Reading Wikihow’s Character Imitation Articles

On browsing through Wikihow’s Character Imitation section, and devouring “Get the look” types of articles online.