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

Reasons I Love Anne Brontë (And Why You Should Too)

There's a lot more to Anne Brontë than her family tree, so how about we stop calling her the Other Brontë already?

On Romance: Who Gets To Be A Critic?

Who gets to write about romance, you ask? Well, not everyone.

15 Things You Might Not Know About Dorothy Parker

She would've found WHEN HARRY MET SALLY preposterous.

No, I’m Not Reading Your Favorite Book

Can we all vow to collectively stop harassing other people into reading our favorite book?

12 More Poets for People Who Still Think They Don’t Like Poetry

Still not sure poetry is for you? These 12 poets may very well just prove you wrong.

Our Favorite Books We Didn’t Expect to Love

What books did you not expect to like, but ended up loving?

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.