Elisa Shoenberger

Elisa Shoenberger is a writer in Chicago. She has been published in the Boston Globe, Deadspin, Syfy, Artsy, Hyperallergic, Wine Enthusiast, Book and Paper Fairs blog and many others. She is also the co-founder and co-editor of The Antelope, a journal of oral history and mayhem. You can check out her work here.

4 Recent Politically Relevant Graphic Memoirs

These politically relevant graphic memoirs cover topics including Japanese internment, the struggle for freedom in South Korea, and new parenthood.

The Importance of the Book in Greta Gerwig’s LITTLE WOMEN

Get the deets on the bookbinding scene in Greta Gerwig's new adaptation of LITTLE WOMEN.

A Brief History of Archie Comics and New Imprint Archie Blue Ribbon

Dive into the world of Archie and explore the history of these familiar classics as the publisher introduces comics from its newest imprint.

I Went on a Dogsledding Adventure and Was Awkward at an Author and Celeb Musher

One reader on an awkward -- but memorable -- encounter with a dogsledding author.


Alice in Wonderland has been known for wonderful pictures starting with John Tenniel. Here is a list of 10 illustrators with wonderful and weird images.

8 Bequests By Famous Authors to Libraries

A list of eight library bequests where authors (and their families) donated their papers and/or donations to libraries (and one hospital).

11 Books About Dogsledding To Get Your Heart Racing

Get to know the sport of dogsledding with these 11 books.

EduHam: The Educational Component of Hamilton: The Musical

Hamilton: The Musical's Education has reached 250,000 students since it began in 2015. This is a brief look at this wonderful program.

The Many Facets of Sabrina the Teenage Witch: Interview with KELLY THOMPSON

There have been many reboots of Sabrina the Teenage Witch in comics and television shows. We explore with Kelly Thompson her version of Sabrina.

8 Books About Mortals in Fantasy Worlds

Open the door and step into a world where impossible is possible with these transportive books about mortals in fantasy worlds.

7 Young Adult Books with Unconventional Narrative Structures

This list of young adult books with unconventional narrative structures include stories composed of letters, memos, transcripts, and much more.

7 Fictional Books with Data Visualizations To Illustrate the Story

Data nerds, we've rounded up books that use data visualizations, including bar charts, graphs, xy plots, and much more, as a part of their narrative.

Journey to the Interactive World of Big City Map

Imagine being able to walk around the world of your favorite comic book series. Big City Map is based on the world of comics book Brotherman.

The True History of Human Flesh Books and Other Tales

Let's explores the grisly practice of books made from human skin and separate the meat from the flesh (aka: truth from fiction).

10 of the Coolest Tech-Genius Women in Comics