What do murder mysteries get wrong about the food industry? A look behind the kitchen doors with two mystery writers.
I’m tired of being told that I should be grateful for “better than nothing.” “Better than nothing” is not equitable access.
Less than 20 percent of romance readers are men, but here are the many reasons this number should be higher.
What would a perfectly inoffensive school library look like?
Censorship attempts and book bans are at an all time high, but even a handful of people in a book club can make a difference. Here's how.
For those who loved The Catcher in the Rye as teens, how does the book hold up to an adult rereading? One writer explores.
Is it time to reconsider the label "reluctant reader?" And if so, what would a better label for these readers be?
That description on the back cover or dust jacket is wasted on me. I'd rather jump into a story headfirst, with no spoilers or expectations.
A disabled and chronically ill reader shares how audiobooks, and the accessibility they afforded, gave her a life-long love of learning.
For abled folks, entering the world of disability literature is exciting. Get to know a bit more about why and how disability lit works.