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A defense of fanfiction.
One Panelteer discusses solidarity in the comics sandbox
How reading books in translation can make you more compassionate, understanding, and open-minded.
We're too busy binge-watching Netflix to actually go to the movies. Here's why books fit right into our busy lifestyle.
Why diversity in comics is a good thing for the industry, and why there's been pushback from some fans.
Sometimes, the movie really is better.
The controversy surrounding the 2015 Hugo Awards.
Our guest Panelteer argues that there shouldn't be snobbery about superhero comics versus graphic memoirs.
Where do your books go after you donate them to the library? Here’s a behind-the-scenes look into the life of a book after you drop it in the donation box.
Rioter Rachel on the value of reading literature in chronological order in order to appreciate historical context.
A consideration of a new term for the concept of diversity and the meanings behind it, particularly in young adult literature.
One Panelteer argues that variant covers matter very much in comics.
Rioter Kate on the disappointment of subtle and repeated sexism in books.
Panelteer Jess laments the constant need to "fix" Wonder Woman, most recently though her costume changes.
Nameless protagonists in fiction are genius