How to tell the difference between Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Shelley, and the Mary Wollstonecraft statue.
Why are teenage girls so scary? This reader takes a look at how a few frightening fictional teens are characterized.
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A gothic horror story should fill you with unease in its quieter passages and full-on dread at other times. Here are the best examples, including Crimson Peak by Nancy Holder and Guillermo del Toro.
How are pockets and women's suffrage related? Take a look at pockets in women's fashion as well as literary and historical media about women's pockets.
Help save the USPS and up your book nerdery with these bookish postage stamps you can buy right now.
The romance is excellent, the settings are igniting my wanderlust, and they are well-written escapism at its finest. Get ready for some fun summer romances.
Let's take a peek into the lives of writers with these compelling movies about authors, some of them truer to real life than others.
Perhaps you've never baked bread, or it's been a while. These tried-and-true bread books can get you started on your baking journey.
Have a quick bite of these excellent small press short story collections and anthologies sampling a wide variety of genres, themes, and perspectives.
If you enjoy Westerns and playing (or watching) RED DEAD REDEMPTION, don't miss out on these readalikes for fans of the popular game.
The concept of the Great American Novel has been debated and criticized. What exactly is this singular work of fiction? We're taking a look.
The 2020 Hugo Award finalists have been announced.
These short story examples are all free online, and every story has been paired with a novel in case you need more of that genre right away.
A bustling, fascinating city makes the perfect setting, or portal to, worlds of fantasy and imagination in these New York City SFF books for young readers.