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In Defense of Navel-Gazing: Why We Read Memoirs and Autofiction

Despite being dismissed by some critics as self-indulgent, memoirs have risen steadily in popularity. Here's why they're worth reading.

What Reading Looks Like When You’re a Full-Time Author

Being a full-time author has definitely changed the way I read, but what will never change is my love for books and reading.

Why “Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover” Is Bad Advice

Who says you shouldn't judge a book based on its cover? The cover has an important job: to capture your attention.

The Essential, Authoritative, and Indispensable Collection of Literary References in Calvin and Hobbes

If you love Calvin and Hobbes, you'll love this look at the literary references throughout the comic's history.

Eight Horror Books About the Ocean That Will Make You Glad Summer is Over

What lurks beneath is truly terrifying in these horror novels about the ocean, including Rise of the Jumbies.

10 Authors Like Shirley Jackson

From atmospheric, creeping horror to biting social commentary, here are several authors like Shirley Jackson who capture similar magic.

How Jane Austen Raised Seven Gothic Novels From the Dead

The "horrid novels" were especially fortunate to have Jane Austen cast a spotlight upon them. So what are they? And why these titles?

20 Unabashedly Bi Books for Bi Visibility Day

Celebrate love and representation with these 20 bi books for Bisexual Day of Visibility featuring bi+ characters loving and living life, including When We Were Magic by Sarah Gailey.

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