These short, snacky fantasy novellas are perfect for when you just want a quick bite of story, not an epic. Get to nibbling with The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo.
How does a person go from avoiding horror to craving it like a zombie craves brains? The answer is surprisingly simple: 2020.
These short story and essay collections are all fairly recent publications that are every bit as hard to put down as the most engaging novel. Check out Man Made Monsters by Andrea L. Rogers to get started.
These campus novels for adults raise questions around race, class, or gender or are simply set in or around campuses, including Real Life by Brandon Taylor.
These middle grade graphic novels have top notch writing, engaging illustrations, and valuable engagement with substantial topics and themes.
From Best Book with a Cat on the Cover to Best Book to Read in a Dark, Dark Place, these are the book award categories we really want to see!
Curl up with these magical cozy mysteries featuring parallel worlds, charmed baking, talking cats, and more.
These near-future dystopias are going to make you wonder whether these are contemporary realistic novels or not.
Whether you prefer romantic adventures, edge-of-your-seat thrillers, or even horror, these new vacation reads are perfect for your next trip.
These chilling reads by BIPOC writers will give you plenty of darkness to counter the lengthy daylight hours.