" [Elizabeth] Scott's book is an intense read, but it reflects the horrifying reality that abducted women face... I remember thinking when I first saw [these titles on the list] that they must have been included because the issues they dealt with were important women's issues and thus of particular interest to the feminist reader."
Is a book removed from a list comparable to a book removed from a library shelf? This and other concerns are raised in this discussion about Bitch Media's removal of three YA novels from its published 'Best of' list.
The lure of mystery and dread in Catholicism that attracted the fatalistic author.
In Jane and the Stillroom Maid, The Devonshires provide the emotional flourishes, Mr. Collins provides the comedy relief, and early-19th-century medicine the fascination that drives this increasingly dark murder mystery.
From January 6 to the 9th, fans and scholars of H.P. Lovecraft gathered in Phoenix to celebrate and discuss the horror writer's work and legacy.
Marketing e-readers is about marketing the way we read, about marketing an experience. And that’s where Barnes & Noble could win.
For every moment of brief tedium in Sandburg’s masterpiece, the master suddenly hits the reader with a scene or a moment that is breathtaking in its prose and cold, dispassionate observation of life during wartime.
In 3 words or less, what does "Freedom" mean to you? Let us know and you have a chance to win a signed copy of Jonathan Franzen's new book.
The settings may seem improbable, but I often fine science-fiction protagonists to be the most believable.
Booker Prize winning author Salman Rushdie offers his thoughts on gods, mythology, and stories.