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Meg Stivison
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Takeout, the second card game from indie studio Small Monsters Games, has been selected for Boston Festival of Indie Games’ Tabletop Showcase.

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Thinking about this again as everyone gets excited for the new GoT season.

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I've betatested this quiz on commonly confused verbs with a couple classes, and I'm really happy with this version. Feel free to use it if you're using American English File 2, or just want to torture your students with commonly confused verbs.

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In the beginning of Louise O'Neill's Only Ever Yours, girls are raised in a school where they're taught to be compliant and attractive, in constant competition for the day when they'll be selected as Companions or Concubines by the young male Inheritants.…

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If you live in Asia, there’s probably some TV show or movie playing any given time of day that either tells the story of Sun Wukong or is based off it in some form. — The Epic Crush of Genie Lo knows the truth.

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My friend (and Taiwan roommate!) Yvette is releasing a children’s book, Wayan And The Turtle King. Yvette is a freediver, environmentalist and English teacher, and she’s combined all three in this magical children’s story. Wayan And The Turtle King promo…

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I love stories set in ancient Roman. Usually these are murder mysteries, and I’m delighted that Ancient Roman Detective is a genre, but I’d actually just like a novel that happens to take place in Rome. Feast of Sorrow by Crystal King tells the story of a…

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New ESL kahoot for simple past.

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Damaged People by Bonnie Rozanski is a New York City family story, covering events that are both huge and mundane. The characters are believable and understandable, even when they're not being terribly likeable, and as the novel progresses, we see events…

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Perennials by Mandy Berman is one of those novels that makes me despair of ever writing a good book. The story centers around a summer camp, and the format matches the setting. Stories are told in short, intense bursts, without fully resolving the…
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