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Danika Ellis

Danika spends most of her time talking about queer women books on tumblr and at the Lesbrary, as well as chatting about all sorts of bookish things on booktube. Blog: The Lesbrary Twitter: @DanikaEllis

QUIZ: Is It Censorship?

Censorship can be obvious, but some scenarios are up for debate. Take this quiz to see how well you know what counts as censorship!

Do Queer Books Still Need Happy Endings?

We need more queer books of every kind. The problem was never the existence of queer unhappy endings, it was that there was no alternative.

Reading Animal Figurines for a Bookish Fairy Garden

Start a fairy garden or just add a bookish element to your houseplants with these reading animal figurines.

Gamify Your Reading With This Readathon Board Game!

Prepare for Dewey's 24 Hour Readathon in April by challenging your friends to a round of this reading board game!

Bookish Dragon Goods Worth Roaring About

Book worms are out: book wyrms are in. From reading dragons on enamel pins to dragon's book hoards, check out these roar-worthy Etsy items.

Let Me Ruin Your Childhood: The Inequality of School Book Fairs

It's easy to be nostalgic about Scholastic Book Fairs, but for poor kids and underfunded communities, school book fairs look very different.

17 Free (Yes, Free!) Bookstores and Where to Find Them

They might seem too good to be true, but here are 17 free bookstores from around the world that won't charge you a penny for their books.

The Best Books You’ve Never Heard of (Winter 2021)

Not every book gets the publicity it deserves. Here are some of our favorite books that you probably have never heard of.

34 Middle-earth Map Decorations to Show Off Your Lord of the Rings Love

34 Middle-earth map decorations that will show off your love of Lord of the Rings, from prints and pillows to wallets and necklaces.

Disappointed But Not Surprised: The Ripped Bodice’s State of Racial Diversity in Romance 2020 Publishing Report

The Ripped Bodice, one of the first romance-focused bookstores, has released their annual report on racial diversity in romance publishing.