YA author Tom Mitchell on writing humor, his favorite adaptations, and how not every story needs to have a moral.
Clinical psychologist and #ownvoices author Michael Genhart talks about his newest children's book Rainbow: A First Book Of Pride.
All someone had to say were: ‘queer’, ‘retelling’ and ‘King Arthur’ - immediately I was like, DJ TURN IT UP, THIS IS MY JAM.
Book Riot sat down wtih V.E. Schwab to talk about creativity, transparency in publishing, and the re-release of her debut THE NEAR WITCH.
We took some time to chat with the Nonfiction Women Book Club to learn more about the club and to discuss the current state of nonfiction.
We chatted about Norse mythology, con stories, and more with THE DECEIVERS author Kristen Simmons.
We had a chat about indies, regional literature, and more with Tayari Jones, who was named this year's Independent Bookstore Day Ambassador.
We talked to illustrator and visual storyteller Feifei Ruan about the process, inspiration, and more behind creating cover art and other illustrated works.
You might not have known that you needed a bisexual time traveling samurai in your life, but you do. Come, meet Mirai, Alison Wilgus' CHRONIN.
We talked with Austin Kleon about being creative in a negative political climate, how Thoreau is extremely millennial, and, of course, books.
An interview with illustrator Christian Robinson, winner of the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor, and author/illustrator of his debut ANOTHER.
We chatted with clinical psychologist Dr. Sarah Bargiela and illustrator Sophie Standing, creators of CAMOUFLAGE, a graphic novel about autistic women.