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This Artist Created A Postpartum Depression Graphic Novel To Illustrate How Heartbreaking It Really Can Be
Teresa Wong's Dear Scarlet is an intimate and moving graphic memoir.
"Life is a conundrum of esoterica."
The McElroys and illustrator Carey Pietsch discuss the second graphic novel in the series based on The Adventure Zone podcast.
The future of English class is memes.
We have great expectations...
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Three words: The Baby-Sitters Club.
Summon all your wizarding powers to pass this quiz.
Invite queer women from different decades to hang out with you from this mix of older and modern classics.
This quiz will be one for the books!
When critics on social media “cancel” a YA writer or book, it’s really about ongoing frustrations with an overwhelmingly white publishing industry.
“Hope is the only thing stronger than fear.”
Five years ago, Kathleen Hale wrote an essay for the Guardian — about targeting a Goodreads reviewer — that nearly ended her career. Now, she’s back with a new book that some people say never should have been published.
If you don't get enough right, you're not allowed to read again.
I've experienced menopause as a kind of "ungendering." The transition has been disorienting, thrilling, and freeing. (An excerpt from Flash Count Diary.)
Because niche characters deserve the spotlight too.
"If I die, spread my ashes where they filmed the Twilight baseball scene."
And there's a theory that the main character could be our girl Mags!
Make the Grinch proud!
A check list for anyone that who still jams out to "Hakuna Matata" and "I-2-I."
When I was born, my grandfather gave me an alpaca blanket to keep de por vida. Nearly 40 years later, it’s one of the only things connecting me to the man who was, in many ways, my first father.
“Go on with what your heart tells you, or you will lose all.”
For starters, the whole thing takes place in Australia.
"For goodness' sake!" —Shakespeare
Check Off All The Young Adult Books You've Read And We'll Tell You If You're In Your Teens, 20s, Or 30s
Can we read between the lines?
The Eat, Pray, Love author talks about her new novel City of Girls, women’s desire, and life after loss.
"My dog interrupts my workflow a few times a day to demand a trip outside, which is good because it reminds me about things like 'other people' and 'the sky' and 'things that aren't work,' or whatever."
A love triangle involving a student, her professor, and her mother; a poetic meditation on the Chicago race riots of 1919; a fable of a girl born with a torso twisted into a knot — and much more.
Librarians: They're smarter than all of us.
Do you solemnly swear you'll do well on this quiz?
Hard-to-read screenshots of paywalled book industry websites dominate Literary Twitter.
Fans Are Reacting To Judith Kerr's Death By Sharing Memories Of Reading Her Beloved Children's Books
"She was a legendary author and illustrator, whose stories and illustrations gave pleasure to millions around the world."