NPR caught up with Wild author Cheryl Strayed to talk about a stranger who had a particularly personal connection with the writer’s book. As it turns out, she was Strayed’s half-sister. (Bonus: we interviewed Strayed for our site last year.)
In an effort to diversify the comics industry, Marvel's latest superhero isn't another white man in a cape but a teenage Muslim girl living in Jersey City. Kamala Khan, alias Ms. Marvel, can change shape and will fight villains and her parents' expectations when the series debuts in February. Pair with: Matt Madden's history of American comics in six panels.