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‘Bookshelf warning signs’ post spurs debate, dunking on Kerouac

It all began, as so many things do, with a simple tweet:What followed will, to the weary eye, perhaps...

Ibram X. Kendi Is Preaching the New Anti-Racist Gospel

On a good day, to be Black in America is to be minding your own business, perhaps eating your toast and...

Roald Dahl’s Fantasy Adaptations, Ranked

Roald Dahl was an RAF fighter pilot, an intelligence officer, the screenwriter of two Ian Fleming adaptations ( You...

New History Novel Somehow Includes Breath Of The Wild Recipe

A Traveler at the Gates of Wisdom is the latest historical novel from Irish author John Boyne ( The...

It’s July 29, 2020, the day George R.R. Martin said we...

We see you, George. Last year, George R.R. Martin, author of , promised that if the long-awaited sixth book...

Guillermo del Toro Dreams of Making a Multi-Part Frankenstein Saga

Guillermo del Toro's Frankenstein. The idea alone gives you chills. It's been the director's dream project for as long...

A Young Soldier Proves Her Might in a First Glimpse at...

The destinies of two women-one, a soldier; the other, a -become intertwined in C.L. Clark's , The Unbroken, a...

6 Things I Liked About the Dune Miniseries (and 6 I...

Every time I've told people I've been reading Frank Herbert's series, two things happen: 1) I'll learn what books I can skip,...

Harry Potter fan sites to stop giving J.K. Rowling attention

One of the clearest signs that a famous person has fucked up extremely bad is that when the really...

Here’s the takeaways from John Bolton’s book so you don’t actually...

John Bolton will publish a book next week in which the former national security adviser reveals that he, too,...