With the global pandemic turning every social media visit into doomscrolling, find refuge in these great historical mystery series.
Here's your Batman reading order to catch you up before the release of next year's feature film: The Batman.
Adaption always leads to changes from the source material, so here's a rundown of The Umbrella Academy: comic vs. show.
A look back at the history of the 100-year-old Shakespeare and Company bookstore in Paris.
That long list of San Diego Comic-Con panels can be daunting, so here are our favorite San Diego Comic-Con panels to get you started!
If I'm wearing it, it's fashion, right? As the pandemic rages on, you need more masks, so why not show your bookish side with some literary masks?
If thrillers with complicated relationships are your cup of murder-y tea, here are some audiobook thrillers to keep you in suspense.
Published poets like Henri Cole and Sachiko Murakami discuss their own difficulties and successes in writing poetry during a pandemic.
With two movies and a series coming to HBO Max, everybody is talking about Frank Herbert's Dune. Already read it? Here are 15 books like DUNE for your TBR!
So you want to read a Kindle book, but don't have a Kindle? Library physically closed? Here's how to read Kindle books on PC or Mac.
MFA student Chris M. Arnone took a freshman-level course, helped teach it, and learned more about YA books than he bargained for.
The position is a great honor, but what, exactly, does a Poet Laureate do? Find out what the Library of Congress asks of it Laureates here.
An intersex reader on the experience of reading Jeffrey Eugenides' MIDDLESEX, a story about an intersex character, and searching for representation.