Josh Corman

Josh Corman is a writer and English teacher in Central Kentucky and a Contributing Editor at Panels. He also writes for Kentucky Sports Radio’s pop culture blog, Funkhouser. If he’s not reading, he’s hanging out with his wife and two young children or cheering on his beloved Kentucky Wildcats.   Twitter: @JoshACorman

Donald Trump is Afraid of Books

Donald Trump doesn't read, and I know why. He's afraid of books. Afraid that they might teach him something, challenge his attitudes, or make him feel dumb.

The Biggest Question Facing GAME OF THRONES Fans

With season 7 of HBO's Game of Thrones looming, fans of both the book and the show are grappling with a very important choice.

The American Opioid Crisis: A Reading List

Deaths from opioid painkiller and heroin abuse have risen sharply in recent years. This collection of book is the perfect starting point for learning more.

How to Rate Books: An Unscientific Inquiry

Rating books seems like a natural pastime for readers, but figuring out exactly how to go about it can be a brain-crunching challenge.

Don’t Read Your Heroes

Q: When is reading about people you love not all that great? A: When those people have done some pretty despicable things.

Lies, Damn Lies, and HILLBILLY ELEGY

After the election, some are calling Hillbilly Elegy a prophecy, but the book's proponents are avoiding the ugly truth about why voters went for Trump.

Sometimes, Books Make Me Feel Dumb (and That’s a Good Thing)

Dave Cullen's book, Columbine, changed the way I understood one of the seminal events of my youth. It made me feel pretty dumb, but that's a good thing.

Three Books Nick Offerman Should Write

A Fond Farewell to a Beloved DAREDEVIL Arc

THE RAP YEAR BOOK and Twitter’s Best-Seller Magic

Mark Waid’s DAREDEVIL: A Fond Farewell

The Clutter: On Trying to Read GSaW on Its Own Terms

3 Things CALVIN AND HOBBES Taught Me about Parenting

The 8-Step Marketing Plan for Harper Lee’s New Novel

Amazing Art: How ODY-C Changed the Way I See Comics