#chick lit

Reading Pathways: 5 Books to Read by Jennifer Weiner

With more than a dozen novels with her name on them, Jennifer Weiner has a prolific catalog. And we've got the reading pathway to introduce you to her work.

Matchmaking, Arranged Marriages, And Meddling Families: 5 New Diverse Romantic Comedies

Can I Be a Feminist and Still Enjoy Chick Lit?

Yes, yes you can. A reader discusses her surprise at finding a one-star review that stated, "As a feminist, I cannot enjoy chick lit."

Jane Fallon: Chick Lit With A Messed-Up Psychological Edge

Jane Fallon's books are funny, vicious, and filled with tales of women taking overcomplicated, melodramatic revenge. Call them chick lit with an edge.

5 British Books to Look Out For in September

Look out for these excellent British books being published in the U.S. this September.

Chick Lit: It’s Not All About Shoes (Though Shoes Are Awesome)

Five books that are classified as "chick lit" and show that the genre can be diverse in subject and seriousness.

What I Learned from Reading Chick Lit for Research

What an academic learned about chick lit while reading it for research.

Where Is “Chick Lit?”

What is -- and where is -- "Chick Lit?"

“Jane the Virgin” and The Trope of the Woman Reader

Confessions of an Intense Thinker: On Reading the Shopaholic Novels

What is Chick Lit?

What if Great Fiction Was Written for Ladies?

Yesterday, author Maureen Johnson challenged the Twitter hive-mind to chick lit-ify the classics.

The End of Cosmos: Chick Lit in the Recession Age