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After the outrage over Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’s new cover, here are some more reimagined books.
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The dark, subversive cover has been branded inappropriate and “sexualised”.
A cautionary tale from Lev Grossman, author of The Magician’s Land, the stunning conclusion to The Magicians Trilogy.
Author Roxane Gay on being a bad feminist and how you can be one too.
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Cuarón is a genius. This was epic.
The greatest magic of J.K. Rowling’s books? Reducing prejudice.
Sure, we like to Shire. Sorry, but we’ve never read or seen anything related to Lord of the Rings.
J.K. Rowling’s classic books are getting a new look thanks to incredible artist Jonny Duddle.
You call ‘em book covers, I call ‘em escape hatches.
Stop trying to make “I Spy” happen.
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When The Giver takes on a whole new meaning.
Eat, Pray, Love? More like Sleep, Sleep, Sleep, am I right?
These are the books bibliophiles dream of.
Catherine Lacey, author of Nobody Is Ever Missing, on how writers both are and are not their characters.
Secrets! Shade! Sass! Wow, this was a long film.
An annotated playlist culled from Rowell’s own Spotify mixes. “When you’re connecting to a song and it’s making you feel open … I’m trying to reach that point when I’m writing,” Rowell tells BuzzFeed.
Book and cat lovers, this is fur you.
The Sorcerer’s Stone...or illuminati propaganda?
An unpublished 30,000 word novella focusing on “Drarry”. H/t The Bookseller.