Category Archives: Nonfiction

Cannibalism… Perfectly Natural?

Amy B.    May 9, 2017    Comments Off on Cannibalism… Perfectly Natural?

In Cannibalism: A Perfectly Natural History, zoologist Bill Schutt looks at cannibalism from an evolutionary standpoint and finds that there are times when eating members of one’s own species makes a certain amount of sense. Cannibalism is a common behavior …

Pictured in the Stacks…

Jessica    April 28, 2017    Comments Off on Pictured in the Stacks…

Spotted in the new books! Were you a fan of Carrie Fisher? Check out her biography which she had finished shortly before her death in late December of 2016. You can find this item in our catalog here.

Bleaker House by Nell Stevens

Amy B.    April 25, 2017    Comments Off on Bleaker House by Nell Stevens

Boston University’s MFA program offers students a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel anywhere in the world for the purpose of working on their writing. British-born aspiring writer Nell Stevens uses that opportunity to travel to the Falkland Islands, near where South …