NY Public Library @nypl#OnThisDay in 1916, Shirley Jackson was born. If you're looking to start reading her haunting works, we have some suggestions for where to start. on.nypl.org/2EvfbOy
A belated Happy Birthday to Shirley Jackson, whose work I discovered only this year and doing so has made me want to find a modern-day version of her genius #MSWL. 🤞🙌
Sophie Gilbert @sophieGGOn Killing Eve, and why the best shows of 2018 so far have been genre-defying and weird theatlantic.com/entertainment/…
"None of these shows fits neatly into a genre or an awards category. But they all take creative risks that pay off." Which makes them the most fun to watch. (And as books, the most fun to read! #MSWL) Also, major YES to @KillingEve.
Entertainment Weekly @EW"I think if people want a perfect snapshot of what it was like to come of age in the '90s and be a young person in that moment, Dawson’s will always be a time capsule of that." share.ew.com/QKq8jCq #DawsonsCreek #CreekWeek pic.twitter.com/0t8bTuXY2p
Exactly. And here's to nostalgia-inducing stories of friendship and first love. #MSWL
Death, Sex & Money @deathsexmoneyMore than 12 million people have taken an at-home DNA test to learn more about their family history. But for many of them, like a woman named Amy that I spoke with, that test tells them more than than they expected. Catch up on this week's episode now:
Entertainment Weekly @EWThe #Riverdale gang is BACK! Get all the details on season 2 in our Fall TV Preview: share.ew.com/AZoQF9V 🙌 pic.twitter.com/gNjWVKle6O