Why and how do genre fiction writers use different pen names? We talk to three authors about how they use pen names.
A brief exploration of twin brother comic book superstars Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon known for DAYTRIPPER, THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY, and others
Bail and bounty hunters are popular plot points in crime fiction, but they're not always accurate. Here's what they get wrong about bail.
Tarot cards can be a great source of inspiration for creatives, as these writers who use tarot to guide their writing show.
Europa Editions has been publishing incredible books since 2005 including Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan Novels. Let's dive into their history.
What role can tarot cards play within a narrative? An exploration of the cards in creative and potent storytelling.
After a dispute with the British Museum, Yilin Wang discusses the importance of feminist poet Qiu Jin and the complex work of translation.
There’s nothing quite like a good punny title. Can you find the real punny title in this quiz or will you choose the fake one that I created?
These eight eye-opening graphic nonfiction and memoirs focus on politics and identity, and they're all published in the last few years, including The Black Panther Party: A Graphic Novel History.
While a court of law looks for nothing but the truth, depictions of courtrooms in mystery novels have no such restriction.