Gabino Iglesias sits down with Book Riot to talk about his new book and leading an influx of great indie lit written about/from the immigrant experience.
A look behind the scenes of how books are made, including insight into why acquiring paper is becoming more challenging for publishers.
Diane Setterfield's new novel, Once Upon a River, is a love letter to Victorian- era literature. We got to ask her a few questions about her newest book.
G. Willow Wilson has given us her own story, magical tales of djinn, and Kamala Khan. Now, she's the guiding force behind Wonder Woman's latest adventures.
She Is Booked, a charity project from author E.J. Mellow and Natasha of Book Baristas, is making its mark in the book community through its bookmarks.
Dana C. Carpenter, author of BOOK OF THE JUST, sits down to talk about coming to the end of a series, her audience, and more.
We chatted with Alaska Native Ruth Dan to discuss how Netflix's AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER can be an opportunity to represent Inuit...
Taran Matharu sits down and talks to a student from Glenthorne High School about his Summoner series and the power of reading.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar brings us his second novel, MYCROFT AND SHERLOCK, dropping October 9th. Catch up with the author, his TBR pile, and his hero.
An interview with author Cole Williams of DR . BRAINCHILD & RADAR, a new book for young readers (& the young at heart).