We're in a chaotic world, be a chaotic reader! Reading story collections out of order can be a wonderful tool for readers and writers alike.
Edith Wharton may best be known for THE AGE OF INNOCENCE and THE HOUSE OF MIRTH, but her haunting, spectral tales are what I love the most.
What makes a great story worth retelling, and what kinds of stories should we expect to see retold in the future?
Literary magazines depend on volunteer readers to sort through the hundreds of submissions they get. Here's how you can become one!
If you're planning to attend one or many book festivals in 2022, here is a list to bookmark to start planning your travels.
From classics to new and inventive publications, delight in the discovery of dark fiction with these horror literary magazines.
Familiars do more than pets in the mundane, real world. Here’s a look at some widely known animal companions plus some from newer reads, including Jiji from Kiki’s Delivery Service by Eiko Kadono.
Whether you're a reader looking for new fiction or a writer seeking community, online literary journals have so much to offer.
These nursery bookshelves beg young readers to pick up and browse through books. We don't blame you for wanting them, too.
Silkpunk does NOT apply to every speculative, science fiction, or fantasy book inspired by Asian history or culture. Here’s what it is, including reads like The Tea Master and the Detective by Aliette de Bodard.