From hip hop to Yiddish works to sourdough starter, explore some of the most niche libraries and collections found on the globe and online.
They're alluring, dangerous, fanged, and they've given us some great classic and contemporary stories. Take the quiz and find your next vampire novel!
Many of us read the Harper Lee classic, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, in school, but how much of it went over our heads, and how much remains all too timely?
Taking a close look at one fictional, shifty, fairytale region. Consider Druhástrana, the Nightmare Country of Helen Oyeyemi's GINGERBREAD.
Beware prophesies and powerful women who know you better than you know yourself. Get to know MACBETH's Weird Sisters and their likenesses.
If you enjoy a tasty beverage and a good thriller, we've got a quiz to help you find your next thriller based on cocktail or mocktail preference.
Read Harder Challenge participants, we've got your recommendations for the fairy tale retellings by authors of color task.
If you're looking for non-book, unique holiday gifts for bookworms and writers--ones they'll actually use--look no further. We got you.
You know the big names in horror and have all the books, but have you checked out the new masters of horror? Get in the know here.
Whether their shadowy status is textbook or complicated, the characters and their circumstances in these books about villains are shudder-worthy.
Was it the kid with the Dutch oven? Was it supernatural forces or the landlady? Get on the case and find the culprit by taking this YA mystery quiz.
Hold up! Don't swipe right on the man with the seemingly ironic mustache and poetic profile just yet. Check out this list to make sure it's not Edgar.
The dynamic between criminals and those who work with them is fascinating and unusual. Want to know more? Check out these books for MINDHUNTER fans.
The femme fatale is a popular character in noir, but women inhabit the genre beyond those characters. Explore the world of noir by women.
These are some of the best creepy short stories that I've assigned (or WOULD assign) to keep my students intrigued (and terrified).