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8 Collections Featuring Underrepresented Voices

Find some new to you authors to follow through these collections featuring underrepresented voices, including poetry, fiction, and essays such as The Good Immigrant edited by Nikesh Shukla.

Young People Have Always Been Radicals: Suffrage in YA Fiction

Young adult books featuring girls and women fighting for voting rights and taking hold of one’s own life instead of following what’s written, such as The Downstairs Girl by Stacey Lee.

8 of the Best YA Books Set in Post-Apocalyptic Cities

These YA books set in post-apocalyptic cities might seem too close to reality, but pick them up if you're in the mood for a compelling and thrilling read.

Bookish Stamps From the USPS

Help save the USPS and up your book nerdery with these bookish postage stamps you can buy right now.

Romance Novels for Enneagram Types

With varying motivations and fears, the nine Enneagram types are a perfect tool for matchmaking, and we've got your romance novels for Enneagram types.

Why I’m Too Scared to Watch Adaptations of My Favourite Books

Why one reader is hesitant to see her favorite books reimagined for the screen and would prefer to keep those stories in her head.

5 Books With Pansexual Main Characters

These books feature characters who are explicitly pansexual, including Reverb by Anna Zabo. Hopefully many more books with pansexual main characters will be published in the future.

7 Diverse Jewish Children’s and YA Books

Add to your library and expand your knowledge of the Jewish community with this selection of diverse Jewish children’s and YA books, like Color Me In by Natasha Diaz.

Dismantling White Supremacy in Public Libraries

American public libraries operate under white supremacy. It's time to dismantle it.

When Your Favorite Author Says the Wrong Thing

What do you do as a reader and fan when your favorite author makes problematic and harmful statements? Here are some thoughts from the book world.