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Josh Corman

Josh Corman is a writer and English teacher in Central Kentucky and a Contributing Editor at Panels. He also writes for Kentucky Sports Radio’s pop culture blog, Funkhouser. If he’s not reading, he’s hanging out with his wife and two young children or cheering on his beloved Kentucky Wildcats.   Twitter: @JoshACorman

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Read Harder 2019: A Humor Book

We've got recommendations for the 2019 Read Harder Challenge task asking you to read a humor book. Enjoy a chuckle with these great reads.

Why I’ll Never Get Tired of Reading Books About The Beatles

Read Harder: A Book of Social Science

Working on task #14 of the Read Harder Challenge? We've got a list of eight books of social science for you to check out!

Let’s Put Book Benches EVERYWHERE

My hometown is putting book-shaped benches all around the city! I hereby invite every city in the country to do the same. Book benches for all!

23 of the Best Bookish Onion Articles

Need a giggle? Check out these 23 hilarious Onion articles on books and reading.

Happy Hitchcock-tober: 10 Books Celebrating the Master of Suspense

Books about the man, the myth, and the movies.

Why the Wizarding World Warms My Cold, Cynical Heart

When I visited the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, I got a glimpse of just how deeply-felt fandom can be – and it was amazing.

Crush Your Summer Reading Assignment in 4 Easy Steps

Summer reading can be a chore AND get you off on the wrong foot when school starts. A former teacher offers 4 easy steps to make sure that doesn't happen.

Answer These 5 Questions to Pick Your Next Beach Read

Everybody loves a good beach read, but picking the book that goes best with all that sun and sand can be tough. Never fear. We've got just the thing.

And the Oscar Goes to… Wolverine?

Hugh Jackman has given nearly his entire career to playing Wolverine. After LOGAN, it's time he gets the recognition his brilliant turn deserves.

The ALIEN Franchise is Now One Big FRANKENSTEIN Story

Put the ALIEN franchise up against Mary Shelley's FRANKENSTEIN and prepare to be awed by their similarities.

Where Are All the Non-Superhero Comics Adaptations?

Superheroes rule the box-office, but would it kill Hollywood to send other kinds of comics to the big screen? (Hint: no, it would not.)

If Books Were Bands, Vol. 2

We're imagining bands.

Good Books, Good Luck, and Kissing FOMO Goodbye

On waiting until all the books in a series are out before you start it.