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Our Favorite BFFs in Fiction
Even first love is a blip on the radar compared to the earth-shattering impact best girlfriends have on each other. At their uneasy, euphoric best, girl...
10 Books I Didn’t “Get” Until I Was Older
I started reading almost before I could walk. This isn’t saying much, given that I probably could have walked much sooner but was a lazy youth. I...
A 10-Quote Argument for Reading Tao Lin’s
Sometimes the most important literature out there is the kind that’s so depressingly relatable, you can’t help but fall into a spiral of...
Where I Write
Dan Kennedy Writes Everywhere
In Dan Kennedy’s debut novel, American Spirit, a 40-something former exec reacts to the implosion of his middle-class life in ways both...
is the Best in Paranormal Romance
There are a lot of excellent paranormal romance series out there—J.R. Ward’s Black Dagger Brotherhood, Karen Marie Moning’s Fever sequence, Sherrilyn...
Embarrassed About Reading YA? Don’t Be!
More than half of the young adult books sold in the US are bought by adults—adults who 78% of the time are buying the books for themselves, not a teen....
The Next Big Thing in YA Dystopia
I think we as a society don’t give our young adults enough credit—we’re continually underestimating what they can understand. That’s why I love...
A Re-Imagining of Jane Eyre—With Faeries
Editor’s note: Joel is reading his way through the finalists for the 2012 Nebula Award for best sci-fi/fantasy novel. Read his introduction here....
The 10 Best Vampire Novels No One Has Read
Just because a novel is on a national bestseller list—or sells hundreds of thousands of copies—doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good. The reverse is...