We talked with Anger is A Gift author Mark Oshiro about police in schools, student activism, writing "the other," and more.
Sherlock Holmes has existed since the 1800s. He has since undergone many incarnations. But who owns Sherlock Holmes?
One reader (and writer and artist)'s experience as a webcomic creator who never realized the success she wanted.
We sat down to chat about comics with Graham Annable, the creator of a new graphic novel that's perfect for young readers, PETER & ERNESTO.
We sat down for a chat with Mairghread Scott and Robin Robinson, the creators of the fantasy comic, THE CITY ON THE OTHER SIDE.
We sat down with Alison Gaylin and Megan Abbott, creators of the comic NORMANDY GOLD, to talk about their latest work, their inspirations, and how women are viewed in media.
Taking a look at Batman and DC Comics' Dick Grayson, otherwise known as Robin, and his history in and out of the circus.
Most middle school curricula includes a small amount of speculative fiction. Here are a few recommendations on what fantasy and science fiction short stories for middle school students are best.
In 1984, Vanessa Williams was the first black woman crowned Miss America. She had an unforgettable impact. We interview Tami Charles, author about a book where Vanessa inspires a young girl to pursue her dreams.
Rioters recommend the March new releases they're most excited for!
Sloane Leong has a new comic series out with a POC lead and high stakes in space! Book Riot is happy to interview her about Prism Stalker, out in March 2018.
On the unfair way fiction treats romantic girls (with one series that does it right).