Jessica Yang

Jessica grew up in Silicon Valley, yet somehow ended up rather inept at technology. She dreams of reading luxurious novels all day in a greenhouse, and is guilty of writing puns for money. Majoring in Japanese and English literature made her both wary and weary of the Western canon. She can be bribed with milk tea. Follow her on Twitter @jamteayang.

Bookish Games on Mobile

Here are 9 mobile games for the bookish.

5 YA Authors to Follow on Tumblr

Check out these five YA authors with amazing books and Tumblr blogs!

Summer YA Reads for Winter

Summer YA reads for the upcoming cold winter days.

10 Ways Post-Election America is a Dystopian YA Novel

Post-election America is looking more and more like a dystopian YA novel.

Reading is Empathy, But It’s Not Enough

Harry Potter may cast a spell of empathy, but the journey towards a better world doesn't end there.

Fancasting Lucy Liu in Literary Classics

In the wake of Elementary's 100th episode, here are five literary classics that Lucy Liu deserves a starring role in.

Finding Non-Fiction Reads on Twitter

Twitter is good for more than just tweets. Check out these five non-fiction book recs gleaned from Twitter.

Further Reading for Sorcerer to the Crown

Read up on the non-fiction and fiction influences for Sorcerer to the Crown. You know, just to tide you over until the sequel.

#MakeMulanRight: A Reading List

Want more Mulan and less whitewashing? Check out this #MakeMulanRight reading list full of Chinese authors.

5 Queer Asian YA Books

Check out these five LGBTQIA books starring Asian characters!

Fantasy Maps Exhibit at the St. Louis Central Library

A peek at the Fantasy Maps exhibit at the St. Louis Central Library.

Bookish Games on Mobile

Here are 9 mobile games for the bookish.

Books for Miyazaki Movie Fans

For every magical Miyazaki movie, there's a book to go with it.

Fandom According to YA Lit

If you read enough YA books about fandom, you start to notice certain themes.

5 Classics as YouTube Vlogs

One reader's top 5 favorite YouTube adaptations of the classics, including Jane Austen and Shakespeare.

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