We talked with debut author Kaytalin Platt about her YA fantasy novel THE LIVING GOD, magical powers, and rebellion.
Learn more about the Schuyler sisters through their HAMILTON characters, their letters, and works of both fiction and nonfiction.
Why one reader is disappointed with the Mina Loveberry character in Disney XD's Star vs. The Forces of Evil, comparing it to the Sailor Moon manga.
A Rioter chatted about faerie, the foster care system, and more with Sarah Porter, author of YA contemporary fantasy NEVER-CONTENTED THINGS.
From putting a new spin on the love triangle trope to knowing your creep factor, here are one reader's tips for writing great romance in YA fantasy.
We chatted about Norse mythology, con stories, and more with THE DECEIVERS author Kristen Simmons.
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Taking a look at symbolism and themes in Victor Hugo's THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, a reader mourns the cathedral that suffered a fire.
We all know it. The familiar melody. Our fingers snapping. A family where a severed hand, a Frankenstein’s monster, and ...
How Ellaria Sand became a hot button for many for GOT fans, and how her depiction as ruthlessly revenge-seeking wasted her potential as a character.
A fan, friend, and participant of fandom communities Quick Sip Reviews and A03 shines a spotlight on these sites and reflects on their Hugo nominations.
Find the perfect place to explore the world of books, publishing, and to meet fellow readers! Take this bookish event quiz and pack your bags.
With a new teaser trailer for the upcoming JOKER movie, one reader considers the DC villain's history and what this next portrayal will bring fans.
We chatted with clinical psychologist Dr. Sarah Bargiela and illustrator Sophie Standing, creators of CAMOUFLAGE, a graphic novel about autistic women.
A reader weighs in on how books and publishing can help combat Islamaphobia and do the important work of amplifying Muslim voices.