Discover the work of RK Narayan, a trailblazing writer of Indian literature who prioritized the Indian perspective over colonizer narratives.
A Court of Thorns and Roses fans, don’t miss out on a slew of read-alikes, like The Iron King by Julie Kagawa.
A big roundup of the best mafia books across several genres, including young adult and romance, fiction and nonfiction.
The best way to prevent literature from perpetuating the model minority myth is to show Indian American characters failing; here's why.
Taking a chance on a new author can be intimidating! Here's a guide full of resources that'll make the discovery process fun and productive.
These excellent books about high school reunions explore what happens when former classmate meet again after decades apart.
Ever heard the term "ex libris?" Dive into the history of bookplates and how they help collectors track history.
A personal essay on the merits of listening, i.e., listening to both audiobooks and podcasts, as well as how to avoid a content burnout.
Here are five books written by BIPOC authors that each detail the intricacies of different complicated families, including His Only Wife by Peace Adzo Medie.
These middle grade and YA fantasy novels by Indian writers are fresh and diverse stories that honor the history and culture of India, including The Library of Fates by Aditi Khorana.