Jeffrey Davies

Jeffrey Davies is a professional introvert and writer with imposter syndrome whose work spans the worlds of pop culture, books, music, feminism, and mental health. In addition to Book Riot, his writing has appeared on HuffPost, Collider, PopMatters, Spectrum Culture, and other places. Find him on his website and follow him on Twitter @teeveejeff and Instagram @jeffreyreads. He is also the co-host of a Gilmore Girls podcast, Coffee With a Shot of Cynicism.

Beyond the Circulation Desk: What It’s Like Being a Medical Librarian

Librarians work in a wide variety of fields. Here's what it's like behind the scenes to work as a medical librarian for a hospital.

How Allison Larkin’s THE PEOPLE WE KEEP is the Quintessential Portrayal of Found Family

One writer speaks on how The People We Keep by Allison Larkin is about finding your own family and the healing power of certain books.

Why I’m Not Impressed By How Many Books You’ve Read

In an era where talking about how many books you read, are we overlooking a conversation about books as a coping mechanism?

Lenient Amusing Shore: The Literary Life of Fire Island

Fire Island, a safe haven for queer people, has a rich literary history that includes some of literature's greatest writers.

8 Literary Adaptations You Can Stream Right Now

Seeing your favorite book come to life on screen can be a transformative experience, so here are a few adaptations you can stream right now.

Don’t Make It a Monster: Overcoming My Toxic Relationship with the Library

How the library because a toxic habit for one reader and the ways they found a way to make it a safe space again.

Will the Real Bird Lady Please Stand Up?: A Brief History of Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes

What is the true story of Mother Goose? Is she a bird? Is she an older lady? Unraveling the mythology around the storyteller.

The Age of Un-Innocence: Feminine Loneliness in BRIDGET JONES’S DIARY and SEX AND THE CITY

How does loneliness and the single life as portrayed in '90s classics Sex and the City and Bridget Jones's Diary resonate today?

Writing What You Need to Read: One Quote Shared by Countless Authors

"Write what you need to read" is a quote attributed to dozens of authors. But who really said it and who said it first?

12 Books for Gay Teens Who Have Just Come Out

A list of books for gay teens who have just come out, from books that helped me when I came out to reads for people of varying backgrounds.