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Win free books from the August 2020 batch of Early Reviewer titles! We’ve got 79 books this month, and a grand […]
To read more about TinyCat’s Library of the Month feature, visit the TinyCat Post archive here. TinyCat is […]
LibraryThing is interviewing people in the book industry who are affected by current events. This month, we caught up […]
Win free books from the July 2020 batch of Early Reviewer titles! We’ve got 91 books this month, and a grand […]
Greek life is enough of a pop-culture staple that it’s easy to forget how little attention fraternities and […]
Julianne Pachico’s The Anthill is a story of homecoming and return in urban postwar Medellín. Yet like […]
In Andrew Martin’s new story collection, we’re with the critics, who are also writers, who often […]
“I don’t know why I keep coming back here,” muses Marion Lafournier, the gay Ojibwe man at the center […]
A universe so full of characters (where even the dead ones were as interesting as the living) and plot, intrigues and […]
Yes, the world building is phenomenal. The appendix alone was outstanding in its depth. But the setting feels wasted on […]
Yesterday I was browsing the library and was reminded of all of the book series I used to enjoy as a kid, especially […]
Title says it all really. Recently I got interested in the the philosophy of stoicism. I sometimes have the feeling […]
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THANKS FOR JOINING US FOR COMIC-CON@HOME!Comic-Con@Home LIVES!The dates for Comic-Con@Home may have passed, but the […]
COMIC-CON INTERNATIONALSuperVolunteer Series Volume 6Celebrating these SuperVolunteers on our last day of […]
Welcome to Comic-Con Museum@Home! While Comic-Con 2020 has been cancelled (we’ll return in 2021!) and the […]
Information regarding the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards.
With wit and brutal honesty, Tomine examines the absurdity of the comic-book industry and his own fragile egoIn his […]
It’s safe to say the US cartoonist is ambivalent about his own success. His latest book charts the everyday […]
Time for Lacanian sculpture and the semiotics of string in this third outing for Walter Scott’s winningly messy […]
Scores of women are publishing details of their relationships with the Transmetropolitan writer, who they say offered […]
On June 27, 2020, Princeton University decided to remove the name of Woodrow Wilson from its School of Public and […]
Throughout August, we are revisiting books roundups from previous years, to give you a chance to catch up on all that […]
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In this new book, her first since My Brother Was an Aztec (2012), Natalie Diaz writes to find ways in which love can be […]
Many poems in Citadel, Martha Sprackland’s full-length debut, appeared first in two pamphlets. Readers familiar […]
How does Deathstroke: Knights and Dragons stack up against DC's animated roster?
Looking at the many times the Clown Prince of Crime has kicked the bucket.
It's no Mask of the Phantasm, but Mystery of the Batwoman is still a fine DCAU film.
So Cyclops abandons his wife and child, and we're all just cool with it?
...Is that Guy Fieri?
Even the Justice League have faced ther fair share of trauma and heartbreak.
Angels, Demons, Supervillains; they've all been part of the Justice League.
Can you believe the Clone Saga was almost good?
No other graphic novel does a better job of capturing the free-wheeling joy of jazz music than Southwestern Ontario […]
Co-written by London’s Travis Mazereeuw, Martyrs of Revelation is an old-fashioned adventure story dressed up in […]
Forget your traditional summer beach thriller or love story – Londoners want to read this year about race. […]
Emma Donoghue has no crystal ball to predict the future, but The Pull of the Stars suggests otherwise. […]
True to form, London novelist Emma Donoghue writes, once again, in the moment. Her terse take on the influenza pandemic […]
Wilkerson describes the ideas about race in America that fuel her new book, and David Hill discusses “The […]
She popularized the term “femicide,” to highlight the killing of women “because they are women” […]
Two new books look at World War II from the perspectives of outsiders on the fringes of conflict.
The author’s stories have influenced countless works, including the new HBO series “Lovecraft […]
This plodding retelling of the first book from Edward’s perspective is a 750-page exercise in toothless tediumSet […]
Novelist asks CEO of social media platform to remove quote he claims far-right groups have falsely attributed to […]
We remember the horrors of the first world war but not the 1918 Spanish flu, which was mostly ignored by literatureThe […]
Ahead of her latest, unnerving novel Sisters, the youngest ever author shortlisted for the Booker discusses her […]
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Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan, episode 5 Alternative names: Peter Grill and the Philosopher's Time Rate this episode […]
Kanojo, Okarishimasu, episode 5 Alternative names: Kanokari, Rent-a-Girlfriend Rate this episode here. Reminder: Please […]
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Enen no Shouboutai: Ni no Shou, episode 6 Alternative names: Enen no Shouboutai Season 2, Fire Force Season 2 Rate this […]
By comparing white supremacy in the U.S. to the caste system in India, her new book at once illuminates and […]
David Lehman writes a flash-fiction story, “Tales Told to Tevye,” which presents three tales about Judaism […]
Alexandra Schwartz writes a review of Kate Zambreno’s new novel, “Drifts,” a work of autofiction that […]
From The New Yorker’s archive: John Hersey’s celebrated work, and a selection of related articles.
Jonathan C. Slaght has penned a book about his quest to track down and protect the biggest owls on earth. Blakiston's […]
David Kynaston, one of the most prolific and admired historians of the modern age, recalls the 2016-17 season, as […]
Novelist David Nicholls is currently reading Small Pleasures by Clare Chambers. He would take Charles Dickens to a […]
Stuart Ritchie who is a lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience at King's College, London, […]
After postponing from April, the 25th Festival of Books, Stories & Ideas will be held as a four-week virtual event […]
Christina Hammonds Reed was only 8 when L.A. erupted and slowly awakened to Black disadvantage. So does the narrator of […]
Veteran biographer A.N. Wilson takes on one of the most popular, prolific and puzzling writers in English literature in […]
Sara Faith Alterman's "Let's Never Talk About This Again" is a memoir about strange family dynamics, love, grief and […]
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