The Bus Driver Who Wanted to Be God is a collection of witty, disturbing, and insightful stories by Israeli writer Etgar Keret. Though translated into English, The Bus Driver who Wanted to Be God demonstrates that Keret’s skill with words transcends language and cultural barriers.
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Only five months after Young Adult author Ned Vizzini’s tragic death, his first novel, Be More Chill, turned ten. Though best known for It’s Kind of a Funny Story, a best-selling YA novel loosely based on Vizzini’s own experience in a psychiatric hospital, Be More Chill is an underappreciated parody of modern high school life.
The tea in Teafox comes from tea painting, the method Sarah Graybill uses to create the ethereal settings of her unique fantasy illustrations. The 24-year-old Shartlesville, Pennsylvania, artist and creator of Teafox Illustrations holds a bachelor of fine arts with a concentration in illustration from Arcadia University, has work featured in the Fantasy Encyclopedia for Creators (published by Natsume, Inc), and is a fan favorite in the anime convention scene.
Recent Comments by Genel K. Gronkowski
- May 10, 2016 on Custody for Cash: A plea for help, when there is no place else to turn
- August 21, 2015 on Custody for Cash: A plea for help, when there is no place else to turn
- April 20, 2015 on Custody for Cash: A plea for help, when there is no place else to turn
- February 12, 2015 on We, the People: Independent Citizen Review Board forming to investigate the courts
- February 12, 2015 on Common law grand jury group meets in Edwardsville