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We sat down to chat about comics with Graham Annable, the creator of a new graphic novel that's perfect for young readers, PETER & ERNESTO.
Seems like books about mushrooming, mushrooms, and the people who love fungus like to expose the strange, subterranean aspects of mushrooms and mushrooming culture.
Social engagement can make for some engaging reading, so visit our comments section and tell us your favorite fiction about activism!
I find that novels about teenagers in New York are like candy to me: I just can't get enough. Here are a few YA novels set in New York City and some I'm looking forward to reading.
Hey there, male novelist with an impressive eye for character detail. Are you extending that eye to the women in your book? Here are some signs, to be taken with the sodium chloride compound of your choice, that your female characters might be underdeveloped.
If the Netflix documentary WILD, WILD COUNTRY piqued your curiosity about the Rajneeshnee community in Oregon, these books tell more of the story.
A reader offers some tips and tricks for navigating and indie book festival, learned first-hand from a first experience at the GET LIT! Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio.
This May, PBS launches an eight-part series on the search for America's #1 Best-Loved books with The Great American Read. The list of 100 finalists contains books spanning five centuries and from 15 different countries.
As research has shown, children reap so many rewards from having books read to them, but what about the parents? We consider the benefit of reading to your child from a parental angle.
"Is there anything more ‘Australian’ than rejecting the greatest writer we’ve ever produced?"
Watch the trailer for this summer's Crazy Rich Asians, the movie version of the bestselling novel by Kevin Kwan, starring Constance Wu and Michelle Yeoh.