Priya Sridhar

A 2016 MBA graduate and published author, Priya Sridhar has been writing fantasy and science fiction for fifteen years, and counting, as well as contributing columns to Chalkpack Magazine and drawing a webcomic for five years. She also enjoys reading, biking, movie-watching, and classical music. One of her stories made the Top Ten Amazon Kindle Download list, and Alban Lake published her novella Carousel. Priya lives in Miami, Florida with her family and posts monthly at her blog A Faceless Author. Website Twitter: @PriyaJSridhar

Interview with Mark Oshiro, Author of ANGER IS A GIFT

We talked with Anger is A Gift author Mark Oshiro about police in schools, student activism, writing "the other," and more.

Who Owns Sherlock Holmes?

Sherlock Holmes has existed since the 1800s. He has since undergone many incarnations. But who owns Sherlock Holmes?

Interview with Hope Larson, Creator of ALL SUMMER LONG

Interview with Sheetal Sheth, Author of ALWAYS ANJALI

Interview with Nisha Sharma, Author of MY SO CALLED BOLLYWOOD LIFE

I Failed As A Webcomic Artist

One reader (and writer and artist)'s experience as a webcomic creator who never realized the success she wanted.

Interview with Graham Annable, Creator of PETER & ERNESTO

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.

Interview with Mairghread Scott and Robin Robinson, Creators of THE CITY ON THE OTHER SIDE

We sat down for a chat with Mairghread Scott and Robin Robinson, the creators of the fantasy comic, THE CITY ON THE OTHER SIDE.

Interview with Alison Gaylin and Megan Abbott, Creators of Normandy Gold

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 the Circus Out of the Boy: Looking at Robin’s Changing Past in Comics

Taking a look at Batman and DC Comics' Dick Grayson, otherwise known as Robin, and his history in and out of the circus.

6 Fantasy and Sci-Fi Short Stories for Middle Schoolers

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.

Interview with Tami Charles, Author of LIKE VANESSA

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.

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Rioters recommend the March new releases they're most excited for!

Interview With Sloane Leong, Author and Artist of Prism Stalker

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.

How Fiction Treats Romantic Girls

On the unfair way fiction treats romantic girls (with one series that does it right).