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Why Latin American Horror Hits Close to Home

I can't deny that Latin American horror books hit very close to home. There is a certain kind of terror in the everyday terrors they depict.

8 Incredible 2023 Releases by Trans Women & Transfeminine Authors

2023 has been a banner year for trans lit. Here eight unforgettable new books by trans women and transfeminine authors you need to read.

8 Graphic Novels About Undocumented Immigrants

These graphic novels about undocumented immigrants show why caring more about paperwork than human beings is never a reasonable solution.

How to Get Students Back Into Reading After Summer Break

The summer slump can set back children's progress in reading. Here are some tips on how to keep them reading over summer break.

8 Upcoming Nonfiction Books to Get You Excited About Fall

From long-awaited new books from beloved authors to celebrity memoirs like Making It So by Patrick Stewart  and more, here are the Fall 2023 nonfiction books to preorder now!

Why the Hockey BookTok Controversy Screams Toxicity

BookTok has not been without controversy. The latest over hockey romances is one worth exploring more deeply.

Hot Summer 2023 New Releases by Women in Translation 

Celebrate Women in Translation Month with this exciting list of new summer releases by women in translation, including The End of August by Yu Miri, translated by Morgan Giles.

I Needed Phonics to Learn to Read. Other Kids Do Too.

I struggled to learn to read until I began receiving more phonics instruction in school, and I'm not alone.

Books About Queer Elders Give Me Hope for the Future

I've found that I look for books about queer characters who are older than me as of late, books like Matt Cain’s The Secret Life of Albert Entwistle that assure me that it's going to be okay.

What’s It Like to Be a Disabled Writer?

What's it like being a disabled writer? In this article, one writer looks at how publishing is — and isn't — accessible to disabled writers.