Ann Foster

Ann can often be found walking very slowly through the aisles of bookstores, making sure that nothing new has come out she doesn’t know about yet, and then eagerly telling people about them. She writes about women from history at, and about books, film, TV, and feminism at various other sites. She prefers her books to include at least three excellent plot twists, which is why she usually reads the end first. Twitter: @annfosterwriter

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Middle grade graphic novels for readers (of any age) who love Raina Telgemeier!

Why It’s Time to Stop Talking About Jack the Ripper

The identity of Jack the Ripper has been a topic of conversation for more than a century. A new book challenges us to shift our focus to the victims.

5 Witchy Books For Fans Of Baba Yaga

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5 Books For When You’ve Finished Marathoning Schitt’s Creek

These books channel a similar spirit of joy, sweetness, heart, and hilarity as the cult Canadian sitcom. Try these books for Schitt's Creek fans.

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