Everyone deserves a happy ending, and these two books about codependency — one romance, one a self-help book — can help you get there.
Join Tolkien Fan Club card-carrying member Jenn for a tour of the Lord of the Rings fandom as it stands today.
Take a deep dive into fantasy and science fiction awards with Jenn, as she looks at the many out there and why you should care.
A new homeowner muses about the books that shaped her garden, including a book of Indigenous wisdom and sci-fi about bees.
In honor of the Kung Fu reboot, one reader discusses several recent books featuring martial arts, each in their own unique way, including Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu.
There may only be one Hero’s Journey, but there are many ways to be a hero. Which brings us to this SFF hero quiz--what kind of hero are you?
Inspired by the Locus Recommended Reading List and the Nebula Award finalists, enjoy this beginner’s guide to SFF novelettes, including “Omphalos” by Ted Chiang from Exhalation.
Jenn muses on whether it's possible to be too bookish, who she is aside from a reader, and the ways that her hobbies inform her reading life.
It all started with Tiffany Dufu’s DROP THE BALL: the books that helped one reader become less productive — and feel okay about it.
Jenn finds reassurance, comfort, and inspiration in the revelations of rereading beloved series, including N.K. Jemisin's Dreamblood Duology.