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 Jen Wang, Author and Artist of THE PRINCE AND THE DRESSMAKER

Jen Wang sits with Book Riot to talk about her latest work, THE PRINCE AND THE DRESSMAKER, a graphic novel about fashion, gender identity, princes, and finding people who will love you as you are.

Reports Were Greatly Exaggerated: Death and Fatalities in Hero Comics

A reader on the ways death and mourning affect us, and how death is portrayed (and often cheapened) in superhero comics.

Best Reading Apps for Kids

The best reading apps for kids to inspire that love of books and reading.

Dear Pixar: We Deserve Better

One of Pixar's co-founders has taken a six month paid leave. It's because women have accused him of harassment. Priya Sridhar discusses her shock.

Interview with Ben Hatke, Author and Artist of MIGHTY JACK

Ben Hatke sits down with Book Riot to describe his recent graphic novel duology MIGHTY JACK. He also discusses gardening and fairy tales.

Interview: Eisner Award Winner Jason Shiga

We sat down with Eisner Award-winning comics creator Jason Shiga and talked about his graphic novel series DEMON, and his process.

Belief, Pumpkins, and Rocks: Halloween for Snoopy and Linus

A Peanuts fan on IT'S THE GREAT PUMPKIN, CHARLIE BROWN, and how the special explores the positive and negative side of imagination and belief.

Interview With Kat Leyh, Graphic Novelist of ROADKILL WITCH and SUPERCAKES

Kat Leyh, artist and illustrator, has a new graphic novel coming out in early 2019. She sits with Book Riot to discuss ROADKILL WITCH.

LGBTQ Works in the Time of Crisis

Coming out of the closet is not easy. The atmosphere has changed, so that people who are LGBTQ need more love, support, and fictional representation.

The Heart of the Bat, Part Two: Batman’s Modern Age

A look at the evolution of Batman, from 1980 through the New 52.

DuckTales, “Woo-ooo!”: A Review of The Pilot

Spoilers ahead! Now that Disney has posted the full forty-minute DuckTales pilot episode to YouTube, we have a review of the comic cartoon reboot.

Double Standards: Integrity and POC Women in the Literary World

The literary world has a different approach to white and POC female writers. A double standard is in place with recent events.

Our Stories to Tell: Reflections on Nadja Spiegelman’s Memoirs

Nadja Spiegelman chronicles the story of her mother's family, and her coming of age in the United States. She seeks to tell another side.

Are You Going to Watch the New Ducktales Reboot?

A look at the history of the Ducktales comics and shows, to celebrate the 2017 reboot!

Interview with Hope Larson and Rebecca Mock, KNIFE’S EDGE and COMPASS SOUTH Team

COMPASS SOUTH team Hope Larsen and Rebecca Mock sit down to discuss their latest collaboration, KNIFE'S EDGE.