Isabelle Popp

Isabelle Popp has written all sorts of things, ranging from astrophysics research articles and math tests to crossword puzzles and poetry. These days she's writing romance. When she's not reading or writing, she's probably knitting or scouring used book stores for vintage gothic romance paperbacks. Originally from New York, she's as surprised as anyone that she lives in Bloomington, Indiana.

FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC: Glorious, Subversive Trash Turns 40

Why does FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC remain such a secretively pleasurable read for young people?

Shop Less, Give More: 4 Ways to Give Bookish Experiences as Gifts This Holiday Season

Four ways to give memorable bookish experiences this holiday season.

Call Me Enamored: Why I Love the First Line of Moby Dick

Why “Call me Ishmael,” the first line of Moby Dick, is among the most instantly recognizable and important first lines in all of classic Western literature.

Get Your Holly Jollies with 9 New Holiday Romances

No fireplace, no problem! This season, crank up the heat and warm up your heart with these wonderful 2019 holiday romance books.

3 Romance Novels for Sub-Genre Skeptics

Think you can't hang with one or a few romance subgenres? This skeptic is recommending a few romances that flipped the script by defying assumptions.

ELECTRIC ARCHES is Coming to Television! What Other Poetry Would Make Great TV?

With Eve L. Ewing's ELECTRIC ARCHES coming to the small screen, one reader chose collections for poetry adaptations and the small screen.