Zoe Robertson

Zoe Robertson is a horror fiction writer and lover of bizarre books, literature in translation, and vampires.

9 ‘Braw’ Contemporary Scottish Books You Need to Read

Looking for Scottish literature from contemporary writers? We got you with these books, including The Memory of Love by Aminatta Forna.

Reading Mecha Manga in Lockdown

The themes of self and other, of person vs machine, in mecha manga are engaging and thoughtful--even more so in our current times.

10 Great Books for Young Gamers

Know a young gamer? Find some excellent YA and middle grade books matched with popular games, including Warcross by Marie Lu for Fortnite fans.

A Book for Every Song on Mother Mother’s O MY HEART

From Hayloft to Arms Tonite, which book should you read based on your favourite song on O My Heart'? Find books like O My Heart here.

4 Poetry Collections That Break the Mold

Find unconventional poetry that will challenge you and the conventions we have become so dependent on, to reconstruct a new perspective, with collections like Don’t Call Us Dead by Danez Smith.

10 MangaTubers You Should Be Watching

For manga enthusiasts looking to dive into the Mangatube subgenre of Booktube, where should they start? Check out these creators!

Even More Books to Read Based on Your Dungeons & Dragons Class

All adventuring parties should be able to double as a book club! Here are even more reads to dive into based on your D&D class.

5 Fiction Books To Read If You Want to Get Really Mad About Capitalism

Are you angry about capitaism? These thought-provoking works of fiction examine its history and consequences, including Night Theater by Vikram Paralkar.

Foretelling the Future of Vampire Books

What kind of batty bloodsuckers will come knocking on our chamber doors in the near future, and what shape will they take?

Terror in Translation: 6 International Horror Novels You Need to Read

Take a tour of the terrors of the world with this list of horror offerings from across the globe with these international horror novels, including Tender Is The Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica, translated by Sarah Moses.