If you’re not that into horror, or easily creeped out, but want to get into the spirit of fall, check out House of Salt and Sorrows by Erin A. Craig and other eerie books for autumn.
Black immigrant stories are rarely explored. But Black immigrant literature is essential to our understanding of community and humanity.
Here's a list of short Southeast Asian novels by women for a quick read and an introduction to some of the region's literature.
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Want to read more about some of your favorite comic book characters? Get more of their stories from these novels inspired by comics.
When you take your next camping trip, be sure to pack one of the survival horror novels on the list below for something scary to read around the campfire.
This must-read list of fat-positive romance features queer representation and spans multiple sub-genres, including titles like Guarding Temptation by Talia Hibbert.
A villain today may be a hero tomorrow. Consider, for example, the characters in these books about villains who become heroes.
Here are some books you’ll want on your TBR for Banned Books Week, including The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi.
Missing the theater? Add a little razzle-dazzle to your shelves with these Broadway-inspired books.
There's high fantasy and there's low fantasy, but what about middle fantasy? Here's a primer on the sub-genre and some recommendations to get you started.
Looking to get into the works of prolific Indigenous author Louise Erdrich? Find your reading pathway here.
Explore some lesser-known titles by Indian writers and mostly set in India with this list of obscure Indian novels.