We chatted with Dr. Annalise Ophelian, the force behind LOOKING FOR LEIA, to get the deets on the forthcoming docu-series.
A new graphic novel is part of the increasing movement to elevate 16th-century painter Artemisia Gentileschi to her rightful place as a Renaissance master.
We sat down for a chat with Natasha Lioe, the founder of Capsule Stories, to talk about the service and the importance of feeling in literature.
We chatted with author Bethany Rutter to discuss writing a fat heroine for her YA debut, NO BIG DEAL.
We talked about grieving the loss of a sibling with Melissa Stephenson, author of DRIVEN: A WHITE-KNUCKLED RIDE TO HEARTBREAK AND BACK.
We chatted with Terry Blas and Claudia Aguirre, the team behind HOTEL DARE, a fantasy graphic novel about hotels that hide doorways to magical worlds.
We're chatting with author Kennedy Ryan about her RITA win, writing romance, and showcasing love that shines brightest under pressure.
Debut author Lana Wood Johnson's TECHNICALLY YOU STARTED IT is your fav new YA beach read. Get the deets from the author!
Ann Dávila Cardinal talks about FIVE MIDNIGHTS, her new novel based on the el Cuco myth, as well as Puerto Rican identity, history, and aid.
Sophie Cameron chats about LAST BUS TO EVERLAND, her new YA novel featuring magical realism and LGBTQ heroes, set in Scotland.
We talked with debut author Kaytalin Platt about her YA fantasy novel THE LIVING GOD, magical powers, and rebellion.
We chatted with debut author Tabitha Bird to discuss her time slip novel, A LIFETIME OF IMPOSSIBLE DAYS.
We sat down with author Sarah MacLean to talk about her newest romance, BRAZEN AND THE BEAST, writing fat characters, feminism in romance, and more.
A Rioter chatted about faerie, the foster care system, and more with Sarah Porter, author of YA contemporary fantasy NEVER-CONTENTED THINGS.