Pop-up books weren't always for children. Here's an interview with Newberry curator Suzanne Karr Schmidt about Renaissance Pop-up books.
We sat down for a chat with Emily XR Pan and Nova Ren Suma to talk about their crowdfunded serial anthology, Foreshadow YA, publishing YA short stories.
Author and journalist Anna James talks to Lucas about her debut middle grade fantasy novel, PAGES & CO.: TILLY AND THE BOOK WANDERERS.
Author Maggie Ann Martin talks with us about her new novel TO BE HONEST, body positivity, and writing the story you want to read.
Tiffany Phillips explains how she opened the delightful Wild Geese Bookshop in Franklin, Indiana and how the space became more than just a bookstore.
Author Aminah Mae Safi chats with us about her upcoming debut novel, Not The Girls You're Looking For, feminism, and writing wonderfully messy friendships.
Joshua Winning is the debut author of Vicious Rumer, a dark and gritty YA thriller about a girl trying to escape the legacy of her mother.
We sat down with Alison Gaylin and Megan Abbott, creators of the comic NORMANDY GOLD, to talk about their latest work, their inspirations, and how women are viewed in media.
We chatted with Chip Reese, creator of METAPHASE, a comic with superhero thrills and an all-ages look at what it's like to live with a disability.
Aisha Saeed, author of WRITTEN IN THE STARS, reveals the cover for her new middle grade novel about indentured servitude in Pakistan.
Go beyond basketball and get to know Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the author of 'Mycroft Holmes' and 'Mycroft Holmes and the Apocalypse Handbook.'
An interview with Rachel Hildebrandt, literary translator and founder of Weyward Sisters Publishing.
Paul asks Brian K. Vaughan, writer of acclaimed comics such as SAGA, PAPER GIRLS, and Y: THE LAST MAN, six questions.