Having built a devoted following on social media, the Canadian writer is moving into TV, movies, and books
The popular book-centric social network will be part of Amazon’s Internet empire
We’re interviewing the author next week—and we might throw in a few of your questions
Talk about a mouthful!
One of the authors of the new book ‘Vintage Tomorrows’ selects examples of steampunk culture for the uninitiated
Beth Reekles, author of “The Kissing Booth,” is the latest writer to go from publishing online to scoring a lucrative book deal. And she’s still in high school
Just in time for International Women’s Day, an analysis of pronouns in literature reveals that, for some writers, it’s as if women don’t even exist
It’s a world-wide celebration, so why does it take place on different days in different places?
Batman’s iconic sidekick just met an untimely end — and fans wonder when he’ll be brought back to life. Why can’t dead superheroes stay dead?
In his strange and wonderful second novel, Ned Beauman puts an utterly singular spin on the coming-of-age novel
Long criticized for being one-dimensional (and way too-powerful), Superman deserves more respect from fans
‘Beautiful Creatures’—the movie of which is in theaters Feb. 14—isn’t the only book to feature paranormal beings new to its readers
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