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On books that blur the line between facts and fiction.
An ode to librarians out there who work without an MLS
A response to all those think pieces berating readers for wondering who Elena Ferrante really is.
I would like to set fire to the term “serious reader” and throw its ashes into the sea. That is ...
A proposed bill in Virginia would make it the first state requiring teachers by law to notify parents about books with sexual material in them.
Why reviewers should be honest, whether the book is self-published or traditionally published.
A response to a recent New Yorker piece bemoaning (incorrectly) the state of reading among teens.
This is a guest post from Hannah Engler. Hannah is currently an English major at the University of Michigan. She ...
Sometimes, making a movie different from the book on which it's based serves the story better.
What makes a bad sex scene and a good sex scene in literary fiction? It's all in the details.