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 can be found at 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.

How Shopping at a Local Indie Bookstore Made Me Feel Whole Again

How one reader realized the dream of spending a glorious chunk of time browsing the shelves of a local independent bookstore.

5 Great Books About Mary Tyler Moore for WJM Fans

Fans of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, we've got some great nonfiction reads all about your fave TV star in these books about Mary Tyler Moore.

How Gay YA Books Help Me Find Myself as an Adult

There is still a long way to go in the fight for LGBTQ+ rights, but in the meantime, reading YA books your younger self needed is a balm.

5 of the Best Sylvia Plath Biographies

Get to know the woman behind timeless classics, including THE BELL JAR, through these insightful Sylvia Plath biographies.

I Read Slower Now and Maybe That’s a Good Thing

A reader on how the pandemic has forced him to reevaluate why he reads quickly and to read slower as he returns to reading for pleasure.

It’s My Mess: How I’ve Scrapbooked My Way Through Mental Illness

No matter what messes life decides to throw my way, my scrapbook is there. It’s my mess, and I’m proud of it.

A Little Dirty Laundry: The Forgotten Legacy of Grace Metalious and PEYTON PLACE

Take a trip to PEYTON PLACE and learn about the legacy and turbulent life of Grace Metalious, author of the controversial classic.

Good and Tired: A Zillennial’s Perspective on Anne Helen Petersen’s CAN’T EVEN

This Zillennial has some thoughts about Anne Helen Petersen's cultural study on Millennial burnout and taking accountability.

14 Books About Pop Culture to Distract You From 2020

If you're into music, film, and, of course, books, and need some distraction, check out these engaging books about pop culture.

How Mary Laura Philpott’s I MISS YOU WHEN I BLINK Helped Me Come to Terms With My Type A Personality

How one reader came to understand their challenges as a Type A personality through I MISS YOU WHEN I BLINK.