Jan Rosenberg

Jan Rosenberg is a playwright, novelist, and screenwriter living in NYC. She received her B.A in Playwriting & Fiction from The New School. She writes plays about things that scare her. I.E: she has written lots of plays. Her play 'What's Wrong With You' was a Eugene O'Neill Semi-Finalist, and her work has been developed with several theater companies. She has written reviews of Broadway shows for Show Business Weekly and Theater Is Easy. Her pilot episode 'Treat Yourself' is a dark comedy about Eating Disorder recovery. When she's not reading or writing, she's usually coloring, making out with dogs, or playing video games. She worked as at The Strand Bookstore for 4 days, where she discovered she had a fear of standing on ladders. Twitter: @kickthejan

Don’t Judge My Book By Its Cover

On book shame, and judging other readers.

Nostalgia Time: 3 YA Heroines Who Literally Kick Butt

Three awesome YA heroines from back in the day.

Riot Round-Up: The Best Books We Read in February

3 YA Books About Eating Disorders And Recovery

National Eating Disorder Awareness week starts February 26--here are a few YA novels to read.

6 Bizarre Fictional Meals


How My Adult Coloring Book Taught Me To Chill The Heck Out

How adult coloring books helped one reader deal with anxiety.

The Best Musical Adaptations of Books

A look at the musical adaptations of books.

When You Get to the End of Your Reading List

How one reader reached her ultimate reading goal...and then began to panic.

5 Books to Fill the Gossip Girl Void

Gossip Girl author Cecily von Ziegesar has a new book out, so we're looking for other ways to fill the void.

How FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC Made Me the Reader I Am Now

How picking up Flowers in the Attic as a middle schooler made one reader's taste a little...dark.