Margaret Kingsbury

Margaret Kingsbury’s short stories and poems have appeared in Devilfish Review, Pulp Literature, Nonbinary Review, and Expanded Horizons. When she’s not writing BR posts, short stories, poems, novels, ANYTHING—or reading—she’s either chasing her book-eating baby or ogling books in the giant used bookstore she works at (or some other stray job she’s acquired). She and her family live in Nashville, TN and are the proud owners of many, many books. Follow her on Instagram @areaderlymom or @babylibrarians, and follow her kid lit reviews on babylibrarians.com.

2 New Dark Tower Teasers!

Two new trailers for the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King's DARK TOWER just dropped. Check them out!

Books to Read if You Like Wonder Woman

Like Wonder Woman and want more feminist heroines in your reading? Check out these 15 books featuring feminist fighters of many stripes.

The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula Le Guin in Development for Limited TV Series

A new Ursula Le Guin adaptation is in the works.

‘Women, Their Rights, and Nothing Less’: Literary Activists of the Woman’s Suffrage Movement

Some of the best feminist writers of the U.S. suffrage movement.

Poetry Through the Generations

How a reader's family visit revealed a passion for poetry that spans generations.

Teaching Students Who Hate Reading

One college composition course on dealing with students who have learned to hate books and reading.

Fairy and Folk Tale Collections That Aren’t The Brothers Grimm

Fairytales and Folktales that aren't The Brothers Grimm

8 Books Featuring Endangered, Threatened, or Extinct Animals

Novels about animals that might not be around much longer (or aren't around anymore).

How Fantasy Made Me a Feminist

How discovering her dad's feminist fantasy novels taught one reader about equal rights.

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