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

One Man’s Diary of a Month-Long Library Closure

In Defense of Comic Book Movies

On Being (Sp)Read Too Thin: The Paradox of Reading Choice

33 Bookish Trivia Games

Publishing’s Diversity Problem: The Response Scale

An Audiobook Conversion (or: My Wife on the Road to Damascus)

How to Become a Terrible Library Patron in 5 Easy Steps

Harry Potter and the Chances J.K. Rowling Writes Another Wizarding Novel

The Big Bookish Netflix Round-Up

A Self-Published Bright Spot at BEA

Confessions of a Once-Tyrannical English Teacher

I Need Diverse Books: BookCon, Donald Sterling, and AMERICANAH

Fight for Libraries, Prevent Book Deserts

The Big Bookish Netflix Round-Up

Apocalypse Later: Why Dystopian Novels Speak To Us