Yes, social media platforms like Instagram weren't built for nuanced conversations. But that doesn't mean they aren't happening.
The idea of a millennial genre has been floating around for a while and seems to be here to stay. But what is it, and who does it cater to?
Conflict number one: readers are capable of separating fiction from reality, AND books can have profound effects on real life.
Whether or not AI will ever be as good as a real person isn't the issue; we should be interrogating the real goal of AI use and its impact.
One reader explains why Shakespeare isn't fancy, and how a contextual understanding of his work proves that point.
There’s an old credo told to many writers: Write what you know. But writers as protagonists? That trope needs to go.
There’s a trend of posthumous editing of classic fiction to update the works to for contemporary audiences. But is this what should be done?
Reviews are a response to an art, so enjoying them AFTER finishing a book is a whole different experience.
The U.S. favors stories with a redemtion arc, but who can be redeemed? Is just anyone allowed to redeem themselves, or is there more to it?
Spending any time online would lead you to believe there there's a right and wrong way to be a reader. How about we read and let read?