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To read more about TinyCat’s Library of the Month feature, visit the TinyCat Post archive here. TinyCat’s October […]
We need to find a great new employee, so we’re offering $1,000 worth of books to the person who finds us one. What […]
Win free books from the October 2020 batch of Early Reviewer titles! We’ve got 72 books this month, and a grand total […]
In the past several months, we have been interviewing people in the book world with interesting perspectives on […]
“SENESCENCE” ISN’T QUITE THE RIGHT WORD for the stage the writers of the Baby Boom have reached. Sure, they may […]
Authors have long asked whether fiction is useful in times of crisis, a question that has been especially pronounced in […]
Most fiction about North Korea published outside of that country is by defectors and dissenters, and most of it tells […]
In today’s novels of disillusionment, every party has at least one person who doesn’t know why they’re there, who […]
I don't know why. Magical realism is my favourite genre, I've read Murakami, Rushdie, Kafka and the likes extensively. […]
I'm not really much of a reader, I'm more of movie/series guy, but I want to try some reading. I've read a few comics […]
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I generally take 1 whole month to finish a book of about 300- 400 pages. Some days I read 10 pages, 20 pages the next […]
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I just realize how stupid I am. I need to read more. I want to love reading. Please help me. I have a question. When […]
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EXCITING NEWS FROM THE COMIC-CON MUSEUM!Comic-Con Museum Long-Range Comprehensive Plan RevealToday marks an important […]
Here are bios for some of the panelists participating in SAM@Home 2020. Click here for the complete SAM@Home 2020 […]
Welcome to SAM@Home, the 2020 edition of SAM: Storytelling Across Media, presented by Comic-Con International. This […]
The gentle creator of a cartoon that became a far-right mascot talks about the years of litigation against the likes of […]
Forty years on from ‘the first masterpiece in comic-book history’, the Pulitzer-winning cartoonist talks fame, […]
On 15 October 1970, the under-construction West Gate Bridge, connecting Melbourne’s affluent eastern suburbs with its […]
This funny story of a student’s trip abroad with her new anarchist friend will resonate with anyone who has been a […]
In October, Simon Jenkins discussed the rise of Cultural Theory on campuses; Beverley Bie Brahic reflected on the […]
Thea Lenarduzzi and Lucy Dallas are joined by Lucy Scholes to revisit the work of the master of terror Shirley […]
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The A1 begins at the Bank of England on Threadneedle Street in the City of London, runs 393 miles north, and ends on […]
Mouradgea d’Ohsson was an exceptional man who produced an extraordinary book. Born in 1740 in Istanbul, this […]
Darth Vader got up to A LOT in between Episodes III and IV.
Sometimes the classic cats and dogs are just not super enough for the DC heroes.
Before the MCU's Scarlet Witch takes over the small screen, check out her biggest moments in comics!
Like The Avengers? Don’t worry, there are plenty more where they came from...
You may think Batman's most fearsome enemy is the Joker, but it's actually... the Eraser?!
Crime doesn't pay - especially when it comes to having a good backstory, apparently.
Okay, Universe is the story of one woman’s sojourn into the male-centric world of politics. Political biographies can […]
Jack Kirby has loomed large in my pandemic reading since the coronavirus arrived in the Forest City in March. No […]
An invisible, talking cat prowling Dundas Street and water nymphs swimming in the Thames River are some of the visions […]
It’s comforting to know the venerable publisher Scholastic is still around. As a kid in the 1970s, I got many […]
“Serpentine” — which features, once again, the unquenchably curious Lyra — juxtaposes light and dark, innocence […]
In Varian Johnson and Shannon Wright’s graphic novel “Twins,” sisters navigate a sometimes cruel and changing […]
“Becoming Muhammad Ali,” by James Patterson and Kwame Alexander, is a poetic retelling of the legendary boxer’s […]
In “Lupe Wong Won’t Dance,” a seventh-grade girl who dreams of becoming a major-league pitcher is horrified by a […]
The satirist who skewered the 1980s in What a Carve Up! is approaching elder statesman status. He talks about Brexit, […]
From ghostly spaceships to zombies in a haunted shopping mall, author Daisy Johnson selects tales to give you […]
The Crown Prosecution Service says it will not pursue case of woman who says sheikh assaulted her while she was working […]
For Halloween, writers including Neil Gaiman to Lauren Beukes and Joe Hill reveal the characters who have given them, […]
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From a profile written when he was a state politician to an excerpt from his forthcoming memoir, the former President […]
Bruno Jasieński’s strange novel about an epidemic, from 1929, is a beguiling and disorienting read in 2020.
A petition has called for moving the remains of the two poets, who engaged in one of literature’s most famous love […]
The author reads her story from the November 2, 2020, issue of the magazine.
Pen Vogler explores the conventions surrounding food in her new book Scoff. The historian suggests the way we eat and […]
Eleanor Herman explores the philanderers in the White House. She writes about Thomas Jefferson who impregnated one of […]
In 2017, Lee Shulman bought a box of anonymous amateur photography slides online. He loved the insight they gave into […]
English rugby fans know Eddie Jones as a hard man capable of reducing burly prop forwards to whimpering jelly. But his […]
In advance of a panel, "Crazy Rich Asians" and "Sex and Vanity" author Kevin Kwan on the wonders of living in Los […]
Heather Clark fuses new discoveries and eye-opening analysis in an inspiring biography, "Red Comet: The Short Life and […]
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"Memorial," Washington's followup to his acclaimed story collection, "Lot," pays homage to Houston, Osaka, and the […]
Marlon James chats during the Festival of Books about his novel, "Black Leopard, Red Wolf," winner of The Times' 2019 […]