Demand for graphic novels is skyrocketing, but how do they make it onto the shelf? Here's what happens behind the scenes.
Many libraries are looking for cataloguing techniques as an alternative to the Dewey Decimal system. Here are a few options.
These sapphic New Adult books, including Juliet Takes a Breath by Gabby Rivera, explore the confusing world between being a teenager and being an established adult.
When looking for books to read this Pride, make sure to add a few Queer history classics alongside the new releases, like Black on Both Sides: A Racial History of Trans Identity by C. Riley Snorton.
If you've been using Goodreads for a while but are curious about StoryGraph, here's a great comparison on a few key points.
From adorable animal-themed book tabs to soothing neutral sets, these are the best book tabs to annotate your reading.
Move over cyberpunk. The best post-cyberpunk books, like Nexus by Ramez Naam, are a bit more hopeful, a little less dark, and incredible to read.
As subjective as poetry is, there are still some poets who inspire their contemporaries, and even generations. Here are a few of their works, like The Collected Poems of Audre Lorde by Audre Lorde.
Audiobook adaptations of comics, like The Sandman by Neil Gaiman, often come with a full cast and offer a whole new perspective on the story.
Exploring new genres through video games helped me to realize that I hadn't fallen out of love with books: I was just in a reading rut.