Tara Olivero

Tara Olivero is a high school English teacher in northern Indiana who tries her best to promote a lifelong love of reading. If time travel were possible, she would go back in time and confess her undying yet platonic love for T.S. Eliot. She is an escape room enthusiast, Hufflepuff advocate, and Shakespeare fanatic, and her dream is to one day run her own zine. Blog: We Know Not What We May Be Twitter: @TaraOlivero

Shelving My Queer Classroom Library

A teacher struggles with how to shelve her queer YA books in her classroom library.

Best Bookish Moments in Netflix’s “A Series of Unfortunate Events”

Excellent bookish moments from an excellent bookish show!

How To Make Shakespeare Silly

How to host a Shakespeare reading party that is as silly as humanly possible.

Set in the ’90s: Historical Fiction, or Not?

Does fiction set in the '90s count as historical? If not, where's the cut-off?

What to Expect at the CURSED CHILD Midnight Release

Don't go to your first Harry Potter midnight release party without this handy guide.

Literary Tourism: Indianapolis, Indiana

We're taking a stroll through Indianapolis, Indiana, to check out all of the literary tourism destinations.

Can You Cheat At Reading?

Is skipping a boring section "cheating"? What about skipping POVs you don't like? Can you cheat at reading?

Making the Most of Your Library of Congress Experience

Tips and tricks for getting the most out of your trip to the Library of Congress.

The Tragic Heterosexuality of YA Fiction

On the Harry Potter Generation