Romance novel retellings of the Hades and Persephone myth, like Neon Gods, are increasingly common. What gives this relationship such staying power?
If your review is peppered with the words "I wanted", it doesn't mean the book was bad. But it probably means you've written a bad review.
From handwritten letters and zines to LiveJournal and then TikTok, bookish fandoms continue to reinvent themselves to stay relevant.
Food insecurity and low literacy overlap in countless ways, which make community food pantries the perfect place to promote books and reading.
Fire Island, a safe haven for queer people, has a rich literary history that includes some of literature's greatest writers.
While the term "beach read" wasn't coined until the 1990s, summer reading has been a staple for more than a century.
Most self-published books have a bad reputation. So where do we find ones that are worth our time and money?
What makes a controversial book opinion controversial and not just boring?
From classics to comics, annotated editions add new depth to beloved books. But how are they made? Two annotated edition editors explain.
A society's monsters reflect its fears, so what does our long-running obsession with zombies represent about us?