Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith

"It is a truth universally acknowledged that a zombie in possession of brains must be in want of more brains. " Pride and Prejudice and Zombies has at last arrived at the Midlothian Library. The book has circulated several times at Chester since it was received--readers cannot get enough of the classic regency romance, now with ultraviolent zombie mayhem! Zombies, or Unmentionables as they are called here, are swarming all over Hertfordshire, and causing havoc amidst the landed gentry. You'll recognize the story - the Bennets, Mr. Bingley  and  Mr. Darcy are all…continue reading →

Grab a book on your break

Spring Break is here - time to pick up some vacation reading! Here are two suggestions. Lethal Legacy Murder in the library? The New York Public Library? Not quite, but the NYPL is the setting for much of Linda Fairstein's 11th legal thriller starring sleuth Assistant District Attorney Alexandra Cooper. Cooper thinks she is investigating an assault/ homicide on the Upper East Side but that quickly morphs into much more, involving rare book collectors and antique map collections. She ends up in pitch black darkness, far below the famous 5th Avenue Public Library,…continue reading →

Get Published!

Ever dream of seeing your name in print? Want to share your art with the world? Send it to Sherwood Forest! Sherwood Forest Literary Review is the annual publication of award winning JTCC student art and writing. Current JTCC students are invited to submit entries in the categories of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry and art.  All entries are submitted electronically to and are due by Friday, January 23 at 5 p.m.  Here are the details: All entries must be the student's original work.  Students may submit two entries, one per category. Art entries must…continue reading →