What happens on book Twitter usually stays on book Twitter. It's time to stop assuming it's an accurate reflection of a broader conversation.
I enjoy movies about authors. Or rather, I enjoy yelling at the TV about how much they get wrong—two equally enjoyable activities.
Books banners say sex in YA is age inappropriate, but that ignores that more than half of American teens have had sex by the time they're 18.
Here the most iconic, scariest, and weirdest of the original Goosebumps covers, from the truly terrifying to the frankly puzzling.
There's still a void of happily single women depicted in fiction, despite there being more single women in fiction.
A reader compares the experience of reading a graphic novel adaptation with that of reading the original text.
Why do we keep reading books we hate? A reader examines what is is that keeps us turning the pages of books we want to hurl across the room.
Bookstores are for profit businesses, so why do readers often feel obligated to help out when bookstores are struggling financially?
It's a fantasy series beloved by many readers, but that doesn't mean it works for every reader.
The Streisand effect claims that banning a book will only make it more popular. But that ignores the inequity of censorship.